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June 02, 2016

C-267: Transatlantic Crossing

Transatlantic Crossing

Proposed cruise track for C-267, Transatlantic Crossing.

The students of C-267, Transatlantic Crossing, will join the SSV Corwith Cramer in Woods Hole on June 3rd after completing their brief shore component. They will depart Dyer's Dock, bound for Cork, Ireland, arriving around Thursday, June 30th.

Ship's Company

Captain: Chris Nolan
Chief Mate: Scott Spillias
2nd Mate: Cassie Sleeper
3rd Mate: Rocky Bonner
AB: Lydia Mathewson
Engineer: Alex Myers
Steward: Becky Slattery
Chief Scientist: Deb Goodwin
Assistant Scientist: Matt Hirsch
Assistant Scientist: Jessica Donahue
Assistant Scientist: Erin Adams
Sailing Intern: Leona Waller
Sailing Intern: Courtney Moore
Sailing Intern: Allisa Waller
Sailing Intern: Nina Whittaker


Kate Armstrong, Mount Holyoke College
Brianna Cahill, SUNY Stony Brook
Mary Christman, St. John's College
William Corson, Skidmore College
Duff Dean, University of Texas, Austin
Emma Guyot, Bowdoin College
Margaret John, Goucher College
Ian Kasaitis, McDaniel College
Molly Lapointe, Mount Holyoke College
Sarah Nickford, SUNY Stony Brook
Kaylie Plumb, University of South Carolina
Kiara Reed, Colby College
Ian Selig, Wesleyan University
Katherine Sipple, Delaware County Community College

Categories: Corwith Cramer,Transatlantic Crossing, • Topics: c267  ships company • (9) Comments


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 Christ and Mary Sagos on June 03, 2016

As grandparents of Mary Christman and alumni of her (our) college we plan on using the links to monitor her progress (with a great deal of envy and lots of love) - 6/3/2016

#2. Posted by Karen on June 03, 2016

I am so excited to follow the journey of Kate and the rest of the voyagers. Wishing each of you great adventure, lots of learning and years of memories. Bon Voyage!

#3. Posted by Ellie on June 06, 2016

I’m so excited to read about Katie Armstrong’s journey at sea!! She is amazing smile

#4. Posted by Gale/dick Moore on June 06, 2016

can’t wait to hear how all are faring!

best of luck!

#5. Posted by PEGGY PARR on June 09, 2016


#6. Posted by Bev Jankowski on June 12, 2016

I am so enjoying the day to day voyage of my nephew, Ian Selig, and all the ship’s company.  Such a fun learning experience for all!  What a great idea to have a daily blog from the students!

#7. Posted by Sharon Petrosky on June 18, 2016

Such a wonderful opportunity for the all of the students !  We can not wait to hear from our nephew Ian Kasaitis. Ian, take a lot of pictures and once you arrive in Ireland enjoy all it has to offer! Safe travels !

#8. Posted by Doug Keller on June 23, 2016

Katie Armstrong, have a great voyage !!  Thinking of you out there.

#9. Posted by Ohmama Marshall on June 24, 2016

Good Golly Miss Molly.  What a grand adventure you’re on.  Have a beautiful summer and embrace the challenge.  Haven’t seen you since freshman year but I follow you whenever Doug posts pictures and stats about your amazing athletic journey.  Same today, without his post I would never have known about this amazing journey you’re on.  Take care beautiful girl and be safe.  Maybe we’ll cross paths at commencement.  BTW - every once and a while when I’m having a “DAY” at work I put on that super awesome video of you and Zoe singing McFly and it instantly brightens my day.  Be brilliant sweet pea and enjoy the journey.  L.



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