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SEA Currents: SSV Corwith Cramer

May 23, 2016

S-267 Pacific Reef Expedition begins!

Pamela Coughlin, Captain

The professional crew on provisioning day.

Ship's Log

Souls on Board

Welcome aboard!

The Sailing School Vessel Robert C. Seamans is gracefully secure alongside the dock Epi Sud 4, Papeete Harbor, Tahiti, French Polynesia. 

We are delighted to share that all hands are safely aboard, full of positive energy and ready to begin their academic adventure as crew members for our voyage - S-267 Pacific Reef Expedition. 

Since May 10th the professional mariners have been working diligently aboard to provision and prepare the ship for our voyage in which we study and explore the unprecedented events unfolding across the central Pacific Ocean - the strongest El Nino event ever recorded (according to several different indices). 

Our mission is to observe, document, and share what we learn with the rest of the world.  This is an important responsibility that requires the diligence and dedication of each and every member of the crew.  We wish you well as you stay-tuned, because we have much more to follow.

Respectfully,
Pamela
 

Categories: Robert C. Seamans,Pacific Reef Expedition, • Topics: s267  port stops  polynesia. • (8) Comments

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#1. Posted by Rod Hennig on May 24, 2016

Praying for a safe voyage and an awesome experience for all.  Please tell Kylie Bold I say hello.

Thanks,
Rod


#2. Posted by Carole Ertel on May 24, 2016

God Speed, Fairwinds & Following Seas ⛵️


#3. Posted by Meg Evans on May 24, 2016

Heave ho and have fun to the great assistant engineer!
Best wishes to all!


#4. Posted by Candy Urdahl on May 24, 2016

Stay safe, work hard, have fun, & come home.


#5. Posted by Sarah Sevilla on May 24, 2016

Have a great voyage!  give a hug to Jessica Sevilla from her mom.  You all are incredible folks!  And thanks for having this blog and postings, really helps to feel what you all are working so hard at.  Hugs Sarah Sevilla


#6. Posted by Daphne Cannon on May 25, 2016

How is things going? Can’t wait to hear from all of you and see more pictures. Hope all of you are fine. Tell Heather Crosby hello from all of us!!


#7. Posted by Lynn and Jim Musgrave on May 25, 2016

Wishing you all a safe and wonderful journey!  We’re so grateful to the SEA faculty and staff for this fabulous opportunity.  Can’t wait to hear more as you move along.  Appreciate the blog and pix.  (Big hug to Andrew!)  Aloha!


#8. Posted by The Pica Family on May 25, 2016

Happy and safe sailing to everyone!  We are looking forward to following your incredible journey in the days ahead.  So grateful that we can take a peek at your days at sea. Have fun and be safe!  Hugs to Alex!!!


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