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SEA Currents: SSV Corwith Cramer

February 10, 2019

C-284: Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean

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Proposed cruise track of the SSV Corwith Cramer.

Following five weeks of coursework at the SEA campus in Woods Hole, students join the SSV Corwith Cramer in St. Croix on Feb 12th.  Their sea component ends March 22 in Key West, Florida, following port stops in St. John, the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas, Jamaica, and Grand Cayman. 

Students

Emily Brooks, The University of New Hampshire
Alexandra Brown-Law, Carleton College
Natalie Bryce, University of Miami
Jacob Cooper, Univ. of Washington
Mariana Moran, Universidad de los Andes
June Eikeland, Boston University
Andrew Foley, Lawrence University
Allison Gaydeski, Northfield High Schol
Julia Grady, Colby College
Brison Grey, University of Washington
Delphine Griffith, Sarah Lawrence College
Mica Hastings, Bard College
Asia Richard, Montgomery High School
Skylah Reis, Harvard University
Emma Saas, Whitman College
Emily Scott, Boston University
Mark Sheehan, Oberlin College
Jie Sheng, University of Washington
Lucas Stevens, Berklee College of Music
Allyssa Stevenson, American University
Sasha Vukasovich, Reed College

Ship's Company

Master: Bill Burke
Chief Mate: Allison Taylor
2nd Mate" Rocky Bonner
3rd Mate: Sarah Whitcher
AB: Ava Stasiw
Engineer: Henry Cylkowski
Steward: Laurie Weitzen
Steward: Cat Quinn
Assistant Steward: Cody Schmieding
Chief Scientist: Jeff Schell 
Assistant Scientist: Helent Dufel
Assistant Scientist: Emily Burke
Assistant Scientist: Courcelle Stark
Maritime Studies Faculty: Craig Marin
Illustration Instructor: Victoria Smith
Teaching Assistant: MJ Fernandez

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Reactions

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

#1. Posted by Sandy Young on February 12, 2019

Jacob Cooper
I’m hoping to follow this interesting voyage you are on. Great opportunity. Enjoy and write home.


#2. Posted by Anne-Lise Eikeland on February 13, 2019

For en fantastisk lærerik opplevelse for skoleungdom.Ønsker mitt flotte barnebarn June Eikeland (Boston Universitet) og alle dere andre ombord en flott seilas.Mvh.Anne-Lise Eikeland Norge.


#3. Posted by Jill Bryce on February 13, 2019

Natalie & everyone-Can’t wait to read all about this adventure!
Have fun!  ❤️


#4. Posted by Michelle Gaydeski on February 13, 2019

Bon voyage!  May the seas be calm and the skies be sunny for all aboard the Corwith Cramer!  I can’t wait to hear about all your adventures when I see you in Key West: @ Allison!
Love- Mom


#5. Posted by Lee Wheeler on February 13, 2019

Looking forward to hearing all about Natalie’s new adventures. What an exciting time for all! Enjoy and love you Natalie.
G.


#6. Posted by Shaylin on February 13, 2019

Have fun out there Em Scott!! I’ll miss ya but I can’t wait to hear about all your discoveries xoxo


#7. Posted by Ellen Herb on February 22, 2019

Emily Scott:

I look forward to hearing stories and seeing your photos.
Aunt Ellen


#8. Posted by Lee Wheeler on February 22, 2019

Natalie, Thinking of you and looking forward to seeing you.
Enjoy, love & miss you. G.


#9. Posted by Jen and Mike on February 25, 2019

All -
We love reading the blogs and following your great adventures at sea. We miss you, Julia, and hope your friends are taking alot of pictures with their dry phones.

Love you,
Mom and Dad


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