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SEA Currents: SSV Corwith Cramer

Craig Marin, Maritime Studies Faculty

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The program “Ocean Exploration, Caribbean,” C-251, has now begun.  Thirteen students from ten different American colleges and schools have boarded the Corwith Cramer and have started their orientation for life aboard a tall ship—their “sea component.”  Some students arrived in San Juan a number of days ago with friends and family and have begun the “port stop” exploration that will be an integral part of the program.  The sixteenth-century walled city of Old San Juan will provide an excellent starting point for comparing and contrasting the histories, cultures and economies of the Caribbean island nations we visit.

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The students of C-251, Ocean Exploration, will arrive in San Juan, Puerto Rico to board the SSV Corwith Cramer by Friday, February 14th. They will end their voyage in St. Croix around Monday, March 24th.

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