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SEA Currents: SSV Corwith Cramer

Heather Page, Chief Scientist

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We wrapped up the second session of Science at SEA, C-297C, this past Wednesday.

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Bela Filstrup, Benny Seidman & Nadya Babushkin, The Chapin School, South Eugene H.S., Skyline H.S.

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August 2nd on the Cramer meant another beautiful day.

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Ezra Danzig & Julia Walker, Payton High School & Morgan School

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At 01:00 dawn watch started. B Watch took the deck and began tending sails and processing the samples collected by the previous watch.

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July 31, 2021

Sailing all day!

Riya Singh & Curtis Corzine, Milton Academy & East Helena High School

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We left our anchorage in Narragansett, Rhode Island near Judith Point.

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July 30, 2021

Wind Farm

Rachel Grundy & Anna Sheehan, A Watch, Concord Carlisle High school & B Watch, Urban Assembly New York Harbor School

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We left our Anchorage in Cape Judith, Rhode Island, and headed to Block Island Wind Farm! There were some heavy winds, so we reefed the Mainsail.

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July 29, 2021

45 Degree Angle

Jamie Kretschmer & A’Janae Samaru-Aguillera, Huntington High School & Urban Assembly New York Harbor School

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Today started off very slow. Dawn watch sailed us through the Cape Cod Canal where they were greeted by the sunrise.

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July 27, 2021

Message in A Bottle

Alice Crawford-Muscat & Nicholas Pabotoy, C Watch, Amherst Regional High School & A Watch, Urban Assembly New York Harbor School

Today was a bit calmer and more routine than the previous days and was the second day of 24/7 watches and sailing. People were starting to get into more of a routine of going to sleep during the day for midnight watches. In the morning the ship was hove to off of Cashes ledge and we did multiple science deployments.

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July 26, 2021

Here Comes the Sun

Tess Madnick & Gabby McCalpin, A Watch/ Ethel Walker School & New York Harbor School

What a great day! Today was a first for everything as we all transitioned into A, B, and C watches!


July 25, 2021

Motion in the Ocean

Lucy Katzman -Tranah & Eden Raich, Tamalpais High School & The Berkeley Carroll School

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Today was quite a day. From our first day of official sailing through 4-6 foot swells with 5 force winds on the Beaufort scale to whales breaching very close to the ship, we have had our share of exciting experiences.

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July 24, 2021

We’re Underway!

Kate Kringel & Ari Harris, Richard Montgomery High School & Cambridge Rindge and Latin School

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Today we started our first “real” watch rotation!

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