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SEA Currents: SSV Robert C. Seamans

November 12, 2021

S-301 Oceans & Climate

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Students enrolled in Sea Education Association class S-301, Oceans & Climate, board the SSV Robert C. Seamans on Catalina Island, CA, on November 15th.  Their voyage ends in Honolulu, Hawai'i on December 23rd. There are no port stops.

Students
Adam Young,  Emory University
Cassandra Ferrante, Colgate University
Sylvia Hover, University of Washington, Seattle
Carly Cooper, University of South Carolina, Columbia
Carolyn Mavretish, Amherst College
Eva Hart, Guilford College
Itai Bojdak-Yates, Lawrence University
Hannah DelVecchio, The George Washington University
Katherine Boback,  Amherst College
Sophia Lacambra, Barnard College
Stevie Walker, Boston College
Alice Hough, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Nicholas Romano, University of San Diego
Bella Duati, Syracuse University
Matthew Robertson, Muhlenberg College
Yakira (Carly) Becker, Northeastern University
Rachel Meyne, Colgate University
Colin Buse-Ruppert, University of Southern California
Audrey Cardwell, Brevard College
Carson Hill, University of Connecticut, Avery Point

Crew 
Captain: Sean Bercaw
Chief Mate: Chrstine McCormick
2nd Mate: Megan Frey
3rd Mate: Darcy Cogswell
Engineer: Nate Bears
Engineer in Training: Abby Werner
Steward: Ashley Look
Steward in Training: Talia Buchman
Chief Scientist: Jan Witting
1st Scientist: Emily Dailey
2nd Scientist Lila Glansberg
3rd Scientist: Duncan Jackson
Deckhand: Abby Colby
Deckhand/RA: Hannah Lipstein

Categories: Robert C. Seamans,Oceans & Climate, • Topics: s301 • (0) Comments
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