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Current position of the SSV Robert C. Seamans. Click on the vessel to view position history. Use the tools, top right, to change the map style or view data layers. Dates and times use GMT (Greenwich Mean Time).


SEA Currents: SSV Robert C. Seamans

September 29, 2015

S-262 Students Have Arrived

The students of SEA Semester class S-262, Sustainability in Polynesian Island Cultures & Ecosystems, are all safely aboard the Robert C. Seamans. They will spend some time becoming oriented with their new home before beginning their ocean voyage. Watch this blog for updates from the students & crew over the coming weeks.

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#1. Posted by Meredith and Bea on September 30, 2015

Meredith and Bea!
So fun to celebrate your departure around 71% W Longitude!
What is your Lat/Long now?

Bea, Box is on it’s way. You had a steady hand on the tiller, you will be great at the helm!

Love you Mere!

Love,
Dad/Tom


#2. Posted by Meredith and Bea on September 30, 2015

Oops, correction

41% N
73.6 W

Was our Lat/long for Spagetti!

Love,
Dad/Tom


#3. Posted by Nicole Kure on September 30, 2015

Sending love and hugs to Annelise!  Muffy misses you!!


#4. Posted by Tom & Marie on October 04, 2015

Greetings Chris,

Wishing you and the students and crew a great Voyage!!

Enjoy every minute!!!

Love,

Mom, Dad, Jenn & Greg


#5. Posted by Tom Clark on October 04, 2015

Hi Mere!

Your boat, DG-S262 won 2nd place in all boats under 17” at the Binney Park Model Boat race. 1st of 10 or 12 Hammer Class models from IHYC!

I chartered the boat to the Drew Oliver family for a nickel.
We raced against them on Wednesday many times.

Looks like you are in Samoa? When do you leave? Write in the ships blog.

Love, Dad


#6. Posted by Jan and Rick on October 06, 2015

Greg,

We see that you are on the move right now!  Wind of 26 knots sounds great, but average speed of 2 knots?  Who’s at the helm?

Hope you are enjoying it.

Love,

Mom and Dad


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