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USVI Reef Expedition

Ship: SSV Corwith Cramer

Sail Dates: 4-9 April 2020

Board: 4 April at 2:00 pm sharp in Christiansted, St. Croix. Disembark: 9 April 9:00 am in Christiansted, St. Croix.

Cruise Track: St. Croix-St. John-St. Croix

Program Price: $1,000 per person

Program Age: 14+

Learn about reef systems and biodiversity on the island of St. John, USVI by participating in guided snorkel expeditions and reef surveys (no experience required). You will join a watch team and participate in vessel operations as part of the crew by standing watch, handling sail, navigating, helping in the science lab, cooking, cleaning the ship, and enjoying the community of shipboard life.

Physical Activity Level:

Vigorous. Watch standing occurs on a 24-hour cycle in all weather conditions. There will be time when you are on watch in the middle of the night. You need to be able to climb ladders, haul lines under tension, crouch, swim without assistance, walk 2 miles or more without assistance, and be able to snorkel.

You will need a valid passport (expiration date no closer than six months from sail date) and be medically cleared by SEA to sail. Additional required forms will be emailed to you upon registration.

Guest Policy:

You are welcome to bring one guest, age 14+.

Required Forms:


A Dash of SPICE

Ship: SSV Robert C. Seamans

Sail Dates: 13-19 May 2020

Board: 13 May at 2:00 pm sharp. Disembark: 19 May at 9:00 am

Cruise Track: Pape'ete - Pape'ete, Tahiti
Includes a port stop, weather dependent, at one or more local islands

Program Price: $2,500 per person

Program Age: 14+

SPICE is short for Sustainability in Polynesian Island Cultures & Ecosystems, a twelve-week SEA Semester program where students examine the cultural, economic, and environmental pressures facing island nations. In Dash of SPICE, an abbreviated version, you will learn about Polynesian culture, island environmental sustainability, and the challenges of preserving both. You will join a watch team and participate in vessel operations as part of the crew by standing watch, handling sail, navigating, helping in the science lab, cooking, cleaning the ship, and enjoying the community of shipboard life.

Physical Activity Level:

Vigorous. Watch standing occurs on a 24-hour cycle in all weather conditions. There will be time when you are on watch in the middle of the night. You need to be able to climb ladders, haul lines under tension, crouch, walk and swim unassisted, and snorkel.

You will need a valid passport (expiration date no closer than six months from sail date) and be medically cleared by SEA to sail. Additional required forms will be emailed to you upon registration.

Guest Policy:

You are welcome to bring one guest, age 14+.

Required Forms:


Reserve Your Bunk(s):

Full payment or 50% deposit per person is required to reserve bunks. Bunks will be filled on a first come, first served basis and are held by credit card at the time of booking. Program fees are non-refundable.

By Phone: 508-444-1912

Reserve Your Bunk(s) Online

Questions?

Please contact Victoria: vsmith@sea.edu or 508-444-1912