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SEA Currents: SSV Corwith Cramer

November 11, 2019

Character Studies

Weronika Konwent, Sailing Intern, B Watch

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We’re moving towards the end, solidifying friendships, falling into easy routines, becoming confident and competent. More than skills and learning, our personhood is shining through, and as Megan mentioned at the end of our last watch, we are working towards bettering ourselves. Here we are:

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November 11, 2019

Return to Sail

Charlotte Pontifell, C Watch

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A couple days have passed since our port stop in Dominica and we are now getting back into the rhythm of watch cycle and exploring our new responsibilities in Phase 3.

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November 10, 2019

Next Level

Sonia Pollock, Assistant Engineer, E watch

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As the assistant engineer I have spent a long time familiarizing myself with our engineering spaces and the things we keep in them. We have vast, organized stores of tools, materials, knick-knacks, and thingamabobs so that in any problem-solving scenario we may have the supplies on board that we need to fix just about anything that could pop up.


Megan Frey, 3rd Mate, C Watch

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Well, I am writing my blog entry a few days after I was signed up to write one, but better late than never!  One would think that when you say you’re going sailing for 6 weeks, that the days under sail, no engine, and a following steady breeze would be a given, but this is not always the case.

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November 07, 2019

Little Snorkel Session

Izac Raker, Film School

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Hello again… another day here on the Cramer. OMMMMGGGGG this is such a beautiful place. We are so blessed to be able to live on such a beautiful ship.

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November 06, 2019

First Taste of Land

Natalie Summers, B Watch

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After weeks out at sea and a day anchored near shore, being enticed by the commotions and buzzles of land, today we would finally be able to taste the sweetness of land once again.

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November 05, 2019

Ha Ha Moments

Lydia Wasmer, B Watch

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There once was a land-lubber named Lydia who decided to join SEA’s new Gap Year program (Atlantic Odyssey) as a Residential Advisor and then aboard the Corwith Cramer as a Sailing Intern. After much residential advising, she decided that the sea would be a grand reprieve from the cumbersome land legs she had.

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November 04, 2019

Dreamboats and Soul Food

Sarah Whitcher, Assistant Steward

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Well we did it! Izac sighted our first land, the northern tip of Guadeloupe today just after 12! Ollie was closest to betting the exact time but went over by about half an hour, Wika was the winner with 8 am today - well done all around!

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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

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

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