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Current position of the SSV Corwith Cramer. Click on the vessel to view position history. Use the tools, top right, to change the map style or view data layers.

SEA Currents: SSV Corwith Cramer


Feb

07

C-277: Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean

C277 map

Proposed cruise track for C-277, Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean.

The students of C-277, Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean, will join the SSV Corwith Cramer on February 13th in San Juan. They will depart in Key West on March 24th after port stops in St. John, Dominican Republic, the Bahamas, and Jamaica.

Ship's Company

Captain: Sean Bercaw
Chief Mate: Rebecca Johnson
2nd Mate: Kevin Murray
3rd Mate: Ceili Chilcott
Engineer: Clare Feely
Steward: Ger Tysk
Chief Scientist: Jeff Schell
Assistant Scientist: Janet Bering
Assistant Scientist: J.J. McDowell
Assistant Scientist: Bonny Clarke
Maritime Studies: Craig Marin
Voyager: Genevieve Davis
Instructor: Peter Stone
TA: MJ Fernandez
Voyager: Gary Nielsen
Instructor: Rick Jones

Students

Natalia Atuesta Escobar, Universidad de los Andes
Jordan Churchwell, Colorado College
Abigail Mai Colby, University of New Hampshire
Kyle Cramer, Canisius College
Louisa Page Crane, Wellesley College
Anna Rose Golub, Lafayette College
Teahelahn Koreal Keithrafferty, Kenyon College
Matthew Xin Lin, Cornell University
Alexander Linares, Barry University
Karen Elizabeth Lynch, Knox College
Aidan McEnroe, Tabor Academy
Lauren Kelly McLaughlin, Bowdoin College
Claire Mepyans, Colby College
Haley Gael Peterson, Smith College
Katherine Rigney, Carleton College
Meredith Ellen Sackett, Sewanee: The University of the South
Nicholas Anthony Sette, St. Michael's College
Laurel Sheufelt, Evergreen State College
Soraya Simi, University of Southern California
Maya Sokolow, Bard College

Categories: Corwith Cramer, • Topics: ships company  study abroad  c277 • (3) Comments
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Comments

Leave a note for students and crew to read when they reach their next port and have access to the internet!

#1. Posted by Enríque Atuesta on February 09, 2018

Good luck ti all.
We are exited with the beggining ofrece this experiencia


#2. Posted by Stacey Strong on February 11, 2018

Hola a todos!  (I think you will be in Puerto Rico when you read this note) 

Just wanted to let you know that my students in in the Marine Technology club at Sturgis Charter Public High School will be reading your blog throughout this voyage.  We are very interested in the work you will be doing with underwater sound recordings.  (Captain Sean Bercaw told us a little about the project.  I hope I heard him right—that you will be recording whale songs??)  Our club is going to be building hydrophones this month—we are looking forward to reading about how you explore sound in the sea!

Fair winds and following seas!

Stacey Strong
Sturgis Charter Public School


#3. Posted by Sandi smith on February 12, 2018

I am so proud of you, Teahelahn, and all the students who were picked for this mission. Enjoy your journey! My thoughts and prayers are with you!


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