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SEA Currents: Oct 2021


October 25, 2021

Bagel Day!!!

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As demonstrated by today’s blog title, this morning started off with something very exciting: bagels!!!


October 24, 2021

Music of the Mind

Megan O'Brien, A Watch, Colorado College

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It is truly remarkable what your mind will do when faced with nothing but open ocean, the horizon line, and your own thoughts.


October 23, 2021

A lot of time for self-reflection, drawing, reading and sailing (things I normally don’t do)

Robert Murdock, B-Watch, Scituate High School

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Today was my Birthday!


October 23, 2021

Time Well Spent Out on the SSV Cramer

Becky Volk, A-Watch, Eckerd College

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Family, friends, family of friends and all other avid C-300 SSV Corwith Cramer blog followers - hello all and thank you for coming along for the ride.


October 22, 2021

SEA Students Conduct Beach Clean-Up in Falmouth

Erin Bryant, Assistant Professor of Ocean and Coastal Policy

SEA Semester

Students from SEA’s Caribbean Reef Expedition Class, C-301, collected 33 pounds of trash from a 1/2-mile stretch of Trunk River Beach in Falmouth in breezy, 68-degree weather today, Friday, and were pretty happy about it.

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October 21, 2021

1000 Nautical Miles

Zuzanna Witek, C-Watch, Greenways Academy

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We woke up to calm seas and 24 degrees Celsius weather, which is my favorite temperature.


October 20, 2021

A Thimble of Gimbals

Alec Duffy, A-Watch, Walter M. Williams High School

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Today we find ourselves as nothing but a thimble of gimbals, tilting amongst the crashing waves of the vast ocean.


October 19, 2021

It was a dark and stormy night - for the third time in a row

Jenna Lilly, 2nd Scientist

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As I write this blog, we are hove to on a port tack, in the midst of a blustery gale with easily 15 ft waves in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean - an experience few people have, but none will easily forget.


October 18, 2021

Learning Our Lines

Kayla Davis, B Watch, Eckerd College

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From the day we step foot on the boat, we began our journey to becoming sailors.


October 17, 2021

We’re Becoming Sailors!

Taylor Hunt, C-Watch, Coastal Carolina University

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“Who would have thought that a small, volunteer deckhand position that I started at 15 would lead me to this ship, my dream, and all of you who I now call family” - A thought I had while on watch the other day.


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