SEA Currents: News
Our Oceans & Climate students boarded the Robert C. Seamans this afternoon after a few days’ vacation on the island of Moorea. All are happy, in excellent form, and delighted to have joined the vessel. They are now true members of the crew and have begun learning the ways of their ship. Today a series of orientation sessions focused on cleaning the galley after meals, an introduction to the engine room, conducting a Boat Check to ensure all is well and safe onboard, and getting to know their Watch Officers and the watch routine.
S-252 is officially underway! More to follow tomorrow.
The students of S-252, Oceans & Climate, will join the SSV Robert C. Seamans by Saturday March 22, in Tahiti. They will sail across the equator and end their voyage in Hilo, Hawaii around Friday, May 2nd.