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SEA Currents: Atlantic Odyssey

October 20, 2021

A Thimble of Gimbals

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


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


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


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


“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.

October 16, 2021

Phoenix’s blog

Phoenix Norwood, A Watch, Washington International School


Dear Mom, and Zoey and Annabelle. I know it’s been a while since you’ve heard from me, but just know I’m thinking of you, and miss you dearly.

October 15, 2021

Afternoon thoughts

Aleea Crandell, B Watch, Desert Ridge High School


As I look out into the horizon, I wonder how these days could get any better.

October 14, 2021

A Still Day on the Slimy Seas

Brier Ward, C Watch, Johnston Community College


Dearly Beloved,
I write to you from the beautiful blue of the open ocean.

October 13, 2021

Ooh, Ahh, Science Report!

Katherine Rigney, A watch, 3rd Scientist


At this point, everyone onboard knows the science report song, a tantalizing snippet of which is the title of this blog post.

October 12, 2021

Radioactive Dolphins Ho!

Anna Ravine, Futures Academy


Another busy day as everybody is still getting used to the watch schedule as well as the disorientation that comes with the floor, or rather soles, being constantly in motion.

October 11, 2021

Cramer Culture = Sailing and Science

Jeff Schell, Chief Scientist


It has been a busy couple of days and it can be a challenging transition: shore life to a life onboard a sailing scientific research ship at sea!

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