Support SEA

Support SEA

Why Give to SEA?

For 40 years, SEA has offered exciting and challenging academic programs in ocean studies. Through a rare blend of theoretical learning and hands-on application, SEA's multidisciplinary curriculum offers students a unique opportunity to combine the world of marine science with an offshore sailing and research experience.

SEA is influencing a new generation of young people whose understanding of and appreciation for the world’s oceans will have an impact on our future. SEA depends upon the generosity of alumni, parents, and friends to:

following SEA

  • Sustain the quality of its programs
  • Provide scholarship funds for prospective students
  • Attract and retain quality faculty members
  • Provide state-of-the-art research sailing vessels as platforms for learning
  • Maintain a residential campus in Woods Hole, Massachusetts

Following SEA Online

Following SEA is published once a year. Beginning with the Fall 2005 issue Following SEA is available online. The contents will be archived and available as new issues are published.

Download the Newest Following SEA: Winter / Spring 2013

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Alumni Contact

Why Give?

Sea Education Association has enjoyed more than three decades of education under sail. From our first program in 1971 aboard Westward to the construction of our campus in 1985, a second ship in 1988 (the Corwith Cramer) and the launch and commissioning of the Robert C. Seamans in 2001, SEA's reputation continues to grow.

Contact Us

Kerry Sullivan

SEA Online Giving & Volunteers Coordinator
(800) 552-3633, ext. 520development@sea.edu