SEA Currents: News
June 03, 2014
So we’ve been officially underway for a full day and night now, and we’re all started to get settled into swing of things! It’s definitely a different experience being out on the rolling ocean and applying all the things we’re learning in real-time. There’s a lot of terminology and information to know and process, but getting the hang of things is turning out to be a rewarding experience!
June 02, 2014
Hey everyone we’re sailing!!! Since we left good old Woods Hole’s dockside yesterday afternoon, we have been flooded with tons of new sailing, science and safety terminology. We have learned so many new and important bits of information about our new home for the next month that some of us do “knot” even know what to do with our selves! But it’s great because we all are in the same boat learning and helping each other out every step of the way. After we had great anchor watches we all settled down into our comfy new bunks last night.
June 01, 2014
Having completed their brief shore component at SEAs campus in Woods Hole, the student crew of C253 boarded the SSV Corwith Cramer at 1400 this afternoon. After an initial round of orientations, we departed Dyers Dock at 1700 and headed over to Marthas Vineyard.
May 29, 2014
The students of C-253, Transatlantic Crossing, will join the Corwith Cramer on Monday, June 2nd. Their voyage will end around Saturday, June 28th, in Cork, Ireland.