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SEA Currents: SSV Robert C. Seamans

March 29, 2016

S-265, Ocean Exploration

Ocean Exploration

The proposed cruise track for S-265, Ocean Exploration.

The students of S-265, Ocean Exploration, will join the SSV Robert C. Seamans in Lyttelton/Christchurch, New Zealand by April 2nd. They will end their voyage around May 10th, in Tahiti, with planned port stops in the Chatham Islands, Raiatea and Moorea.

Ship's Company

Captain: Jason Amster
Chief Mate: Sara Martin
2nd Mate: Patrick Finn
3rd Mate: Tristan Feldman
Engineer: John Cavacas
Asst. Engineer: Dylan Whitney
Steward: Lauren Heinen
Chief Scientist: Charles Lea
Assistant Scientist: Abigail Cazeault
Assistant Scientist: Gabrielle Page
Assistant Scientist: Nicholas Dragone

Students

Adrian Britt, George Washington University
Madelyn Karman Cook, Kenyon College
Sara Ebb, Oberlin College
Jacob Flanzenbaum, Cornell University
Calvin Chi Fok, Humboldt State University
Jaeger Hodge, University of Southern California
Amanda Jacobsen, Connecticut College
Charlotte Lynch, The College of William and Mary
Siri McGuire, Wesleyan University
Simon McIntosh, University of Vermont
Dana DeCrane Norton, College of Charleston
Luca Pejretti, University of Turin
Amanda Marie, Quasunella Albion College
John Quirk, Brewster Academy
Erin Rea, Middlebury College
Laura Rea Whitman College
Gabriel Rodriguez, Colorado College
Robert Sande, Carleton College
Patorn Sangruchi, Chulalongkorn University
Tristan Thamm, Fairview High School, CO

Categories: Robert C. Seamans,Ocean Exploration, • Topics: s265  ships company • (2) Comments
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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 Al Rea and Liu Yi on April 03, 2016

It was great to see the ship and meet the crew. Thank you so much! Bon voyage!


#2. Posted by laura on April 17, 2016

HOLA MI MARINERO!!! ESPERO QUE ESTES VIVIENDO LA MEJOR EXPERIENCIA DE TU VIDA!!!!
TE ADORO!!!

LALA


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