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November 03, 2019

Daughter of Oceania

Letauaeletise Hunkin, C Watch, University of Washington, Seattle

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“If I have courage, it is because I have faith in the teachings of my ancestors. With that courage you can travel anywhere in the world and never be lost.”

  - Mau Piailug


November 03, 2019

Excited about our First Port Stop

Alicia Pane, B Watch, Middlebury College

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As we get closer and closer to our first port stop, Dominica, I am filled with mixed emotions. I am eagerly awaiting our first glimpse of land (and to see who will win the Land Ho bet) and to find out if you can really smell land like some people have said.


November 02, 2019

The Flaming Aces

Natalie Chiapperi, A-Watch, Ithaca College

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Dutch Blitz: A high intensity card game of skill, speed, and sometimes plain luck (very similar to Pounce if anyone has ever played that). But this is not just a simple game of cards. It is a way for so many of us to come together, take a break, laugh and have a small bit of everyday land life brought onto the ship.


November 02, 2019

A Culture of Creativity

Riley Palmer, Sailing Intern, A Watch

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Growing up, I wasn’t allowed to watch TV or movies and the only entertainment we had was the entertainment we created for ourselves. My childhood was marked with grand, fantastical make-believe adventures lasting for weeks at a time

Categories: Corwith Cramer,Atlantic Odyssey, • Topics: c288  life at sea  sailing • (0) CommentsPermalink

November 01, 2019

Steering by Stars

Eliza Davidian, C Watch, Whitman College

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Ropes and lines cascade down from the top of the mast, to the end of the spreaders, and all the way down to the deck, adorning our ship like a spider web that’s been stretched across the rig.


November 01, 2019

Day 21

Frederik Hoffmann, C Watch

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Today marks our 21st day on the Corwith Cramer. Three weeks and many long nights later we are almost at the end of our journey.


October 31, 2019

The Haunted Ship

Cameron Gallant, A Watch, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Wow! The crew really went all out today to create a haunted ship experience for us. Complete with leftover ground sausage, beets, and ketchup over the victim and villain in the galley, screams, spooky lights, someone floating in a harness suspended from the ceiling (wow Ava!), and a lot of other hidden surprises.


October 31, 2019

Halloween Fun

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Halloween festivities included:
- Decorated ship with home-made donuts to start the day!  Thanks Galley


October 30, 2019

Cleanliness is a State of Mind

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Hi there! While the fore deck has become a waterpark ride, I am here to talk to you about something very important but not at all glamorous: being clean!

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October 30, 2019

Half Way!

Charlotte Pontifell, C Watch

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Over the course of the past few days, it has become increasingly common to overhear people exclaiming how quickly our time on board is passing. Today marks our 20th day – we have officially passed the halfway point of our journey!


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