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July 30, 2018

A Whaley Good Day in Stellwagen Bank

Ruthann Monsees, Deckhand

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Hello, all! Last night, although anchored, we began having the students incorporated into their watch rotations. C watch had the dawn anchor watch and began getting comfortable with hourly boat checks/ weather and half hour anchor checks.

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July 29, 2018

Orientation Station Rotations

Spenser, Kai, & Warren

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Ahoy Land lubbers!

We woke up at 0700 to the ringing of the breakfast triangle.

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July 28, 2018

The expedition begins!

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High school students enrolled in SEA Expedition 2 boarded the SSV Corwith Cramer in Boston Harbor on Saturday, where they spent their first night.  They anchored in Nahant on Sunday and are currently under sail en route to Stellwagen Bank in search of whales.  Stay tuned for updates from the students!

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July 22, 2018

SEA Expedition arrives in Boston!

Bridget McElroy, Deckhand, A-Watch

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Greetings from the Corwith Cramer!

SEA Expedition Session I has arrived safely in Boston! We were lucky to find many family members waiving excitedly as we emerged from the thick fog.

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July 19, 2018

Humpbacks at Stellwagon Bank

Alex

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Good Morning! Thursday got off to a great start with beautiful weather and hash browns and sausage for breakfast. B Watch completed a busy morning watch, including working on projects, setting the JT sail, and sailing towards Stellwagon Bank (a marine preserve.) We left the open ocean and saw many other boats for the first time in days. Soon the shores of Cape Cod were visible, and for a bit we sailed along them using no motor.


July 18, 2018

Sextants and seahorses

Katie, A Watch

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Ahoy!

Last night, both C and A watch endured some scattered thunderstorms with lightening, fog and rough seas. However it cleared up around 0500, and the crew’s spirits remained high. Although we were experiencing these rough conditions, we all had fun wearing our foul weather gear, and the dolphins from our bow.

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July 17, 2018

Blog 7, and a haiku

Bristol and John, C Watch

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Ahoy to whom it may concern!

We awoke at 0300 for our dawn watch and witnessed a glorious, yet distant thunderstorm under a starry sky. We then witnessed a majestic sunrise under which we continued to celebrate our glorious line chase victory. The line chase is a relay where we test our knowledge of the ships lines.

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July 15, 2018

Report from SSV Corwith Cramer

Nate S and Alex H, C Watch

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Ahoy Land Lovers!

The crew of the Corwith Cramer woke up to a delicious breakfast of blueberries and breakfast sandwiches, composed of fried eggs, bacon and other toppings.  In the morning, C watch took the helm from 0700-1100 after A watch’s dawn shift from 0300-0700.

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July 14, 2018

Sailing with dolphins

Alex K and Louis, A Watch

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Hello all,

The crew woke up to a delicious breakfast of hash browns, cereal, eggs, and strawberries. Soon after, most of the students began to take their watches, do chores, or take a nice nap.

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July 13, 2018

Day Four for Sea Expedition!

Annie Stewart & Miya Khoo

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Ahoy!

Day four here on the SSV Corwith Cramer.  Today we finally left anchor, and are taking on the open ocean!  A relatively relaxing day here, filled with sunny skies and a gentle breeze from the south-east. After a fantastic breakfast of cheesy grits and a spread of fruit, we embarked on our daily watches and learned all about Neuston Booms with J-bear (our first scientist).


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