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SEA Currents: SSV Corwith Cramer

February 12, 2016

C-264, Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean

Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean

Proposed cruise track for C-264.

The students of C-264, Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean, will join the SSV Corwith Cramer in St. Croix by Monday, February 15th. They end their voyage in Boca Chica, Dominican Republic, around March 25th, with planned port stops of St. John, San Juan, Samana, Santiago de Cuba, and Port Antonio.

Ship's Company

Captain: Chris Nolan
Chief Mate: Eric Romelczyk
2nd Mate: Rocky Hadler
3rd Mate: Ryan Loftus
Engineer: Alex Myers
Steward: Tia Leo
Chief Scientist: Jeff Schell
1st asst. scientist: Kelsey Lane
2nd asst. scientist: Janet Bering
3rd asst. scientist: Marah Dahn
Maritime Studies: Craig Marin


Shane Bannon, Wesleyan University
Caroline Bowman, Stockton University
Kathryn Condon, University of Michigan
Kianee De Jesus, Hamilton College
Pamela Maria de Lange, De La Salle University Manila
Emma Fichtner, Muhlenberg College
Aiden Ford, College of the Atlantic
Taylor Gallahan, American University
Martin Green, Carleton College
Taylor Haist, Bowdoin College
Elliott Hiller, Colorado College
Michelle Joseph, American University
Leah Kaplan, Wellesley College
Cora Knauss, University of Washington, Seattle
Riley Mehring, Whitman College
Hailey Mischler, Ripon College
Katie Morrison, Sewanee: The University of The South
Sophia Prisco, College of the Atlantic
Timothy Rajotte, College of the Holy Cross
Theresa Saburn, Saint Michael's College
Madalyn Taylor, Barnard College
Melissa Weiss, University of Vermont
Catherine Williams, Carleton College

Guest Voyagers

Peter Stone, natural history illustration instructor (St. Croix to Samana, DR)
Julianne Gurnee, visiting NOAA whale researcher (San Juan to Jamaica)
Kimberly Ulmer, Tabor Academy (Jamaica to Boca Chica, DR)


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 Caroline Bowman on February 15, 2016

Hi Caroline, it’s CC, just trying this out since I don’t know what I’m doing. So excited for you and can’t wait to see what’s next after Woods Hole.
Love you, Sea Sea

#2. Posted by Tish Saburn on February 16, 2016

Best wishes for a safe journey through the Caribbean, C264!!
I can’t wait to hear all about it and see lots of pictures! Enjoy!

#3. Posted by Pauline de Lange on February 17, 2016

Hi Pam! Hello C-264!

Looking forward to seeing all your blogs and photos from your voyage! Have fun and make the most out of the next 39 days!

Pauline de Lange
Manila, Philippines



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