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SSV Corwith Cramer Blog

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C244a - Harvard

Wednesday, 09 January 2013, 09:20
Position: 24° 03’ 24.00” N x 81° 38’ 52.80” W

Greetings all,

The Corwith Cramer welcomed a new group of student sailors aboard Monday afternoon.  All arrived safe and sound to the dock in Key West and safety training and orientation started soon after.  The first order of business was to get the ship off the dock and move to an anchorage in the harbor, where the distractions of land were less and we could focus on learning about life aboard Corwith Cramer. 

As I type this Key West is sinking below the northern horizon as Cramer sails south towards the Gulf Stream, we are anticipating our first scientific deployment this evening and the weather is fair and warm. Our new sailors are finding their sea legs and getting accustomed to life at sea aboard a brigantine.  Keep us in your thoughts, and thank you for checking in on our trip.  Please continue checking here for updates to our adventure!

On behalf of the crew of C-244a,
Tom Sullivan, Captain



C244a - Harvard

Tuesday 08 January 2013, 10:30
Position: 24° 33’ 21.60” N x 81° 49’ 02.40” W

C244a departed Key West Monday, January 7th.  They will return to Key West on Sunday, January 13th.