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SEA Currents: Oct 2019


October 26, 2019

Reflections on the Last Leg

Renee Chen, C Watch, Wellesley College

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(First and foremost: Happy birthday, Mom! I love and miss you so much!)


October 25, 2019

32 Things to Know Before Going to Sea

Olivia DeWitt, B Watch, University of Denver

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As the sun sets on day 32 of our voyage, I thought it was time to share some things I’ve learned (32 to be exact) while at sea that would be important information to anyone, oceanically inclined or otherwise.


October 25, 2019

Phase Change!

Alicia Pane, B Watch, Middlebury 2023.5

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Life on a tall ship is very different from life on land. Everything is always moving, you sleep at the weirdest times, and six meals a day is totally normal. However, at just over two weeks in, the Cramer feels like a home and all these eccentricities feel as though it is just how life is meant to be.


October 24, 2019

SEA’s Dr. Richard King Traces Natural History of Moby-Dick (PLUS: Event Nov. 5 in Sandwich)

SEA Semester in the NEWS
SCIENCE
“Looking beyond its literary merits, a historian traces the natural history of Moby-Dick”
By Christopher Kemp

Review of AHAB’S ROLLING SEA, a new book by Dr. Richard King, SEA Visiting Associate Professor of Maritime History and Literature.

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October 24, 2019

Two Weeks in

Izac Raker, A watch

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Hello friends, family and anyone else who is reading this blog.

Today marks two weeks in to the sea component. It is amazing how quickly it has gone by. We have been having an amazing time here on board the Corwith Cramer.

Categories: Corwith Cramer,Atlantic Odyssey, • Topics: c288  life at sea  gap year • (5) CommentsPermalink

October 23, 2019

Loving Life at SEA

Frederik Hoffmann, C Watch

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These past couple of days has shown all of the Ship’s company exactly what the ocean has to offer. From a storm that forced us into hiding and made Cap stay up all night (poor guy) to the beautiful deep blue waters of the North Atlantic.


October 23, 2019

Trading Knowledge

Adrianna Calamita, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

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Hello again mateys! Everything has been going well in Suva, Fiji and we are nearing our last day in this unique city before we begin our last leg towards New Zealand (crazy!).


October 22, 2019

A Super Science Station Morning

Sarah Acker-Krzywicki, A Watch

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As I rose from my nest (aka my bunk) this morning, the smell of warm zesty muffins wafted my way. I climbed up the ladder to lab approximately 30 minutes after breakfast to begin morning watch from 0700-1300. After turnover, the A watch lab crew for the day (Jordan 2nd scientist, Riley sailing intern, and I) realized we had a nice busy day ahead of us.

Categories: Corwith Cramer,Atlantic Odyssey, • Topics: c288  gap year  science  sailing • (0) CommentsPermalink

October 22, 2019

New Friends in Suva

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Yesterday morning began bright and early for A watch, as we stood watch on our short journey into the port of Suva, Fiji. After a brief motor-sail from our anchorage to the mouth of the harbor, we were met by a Fijian pilot who helped guide us through the fringing reef into the safe and sheltered harbor.


October 22, 2019

VIDEO: BU Student Recounts Research in Phoenix Islands

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SEA Semester in the NEWS
THE BRINK, Pioneering Research at BU
“Field Report: What’s It Like to Sample Sea Life in the Remote Pacific”
Video by Devin Hahn

Article and video about Allie Cole, who sailed with S-287, Protecting the Phoenix Islands, during the summer of 2019.

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