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Current position of the SSV Robert C. Seamans. Click on the vessel to view position history. Use the tools, top right, to change the map style or view data layers. Dates and times use GMT (Greenwich Mean Time).


SEA Currents: SSV Robert C. Seamans

July 26, 2021

Musings from Dawn Watch

Caleb Rosen, Teaching Assistant/Deckhand

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Happy Local Apparent Boxing Day!


Alexia Wagner, A Watch/ Roger Williams University

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Today is Local Apparent Christmaka! A watch had dawn watch this morning, and night watch tonight, so it was extremely temping to sleep through the whole day, but I’m so glad I didn’t. I am so grateful for the group that we have on this ship and the effort they put into arranging this holiday with very limited resources after the decision to have a Christmas in July was suggested only a few days ago.

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Sophia Garms, A Watch, St. Mary’s College of Maryland

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It was the night before (Local Apparent) Christmas and all the ship, not a sailor was snoring, not even a bit.

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July 23, 2021

A Day on the Seamans

Noah Rixom, A Watch, East Tennessee State University

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Today started as many other do. I was lying awake in my bunk when my fellow watch mate, Kelly stopped by to make sure I was awake and ready to attend today’s watch meeting.


July 22, 2021

Type Two Fun

Kelly Morgan, A Watch, University of California, Berkeley

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We have turned east, rounding the upper curve of our grand circle through the North Pacific Gyre.

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Christina Netta, B Watch, New York University

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Hi readers.  I reckon that today’s blog title makes little sense. So let me explain; these are what I think should be the subheadings to fragment the past 24 hours. We’ll get to it soon.

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July 20, 2021

A Day of Night

Ava Stasiw, Chief Mate

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By now, it’s no surprise to our readers that life is patterned differently out here on the ocean. Time is no exception.

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July 19, 2021

A Fine Day

Ian Scott, C Watch, Carleton College

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Today was a mighty fine day.

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Sam Fisher, B Watch, Georgia Gwinnett College

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Today was a fairly normal day aside from the squalls, rainbows, and the tuna we caught (which was extremely exciting).

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Haylie Schwarzenbach, B Watch, Hawai’i Pacific University

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Aloha one and all! First, I’d like to say thank you for following along on our journey through the Pacific - all of us on the ship are so excited to share these little blurbs with you.

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