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November 07, 2019

Little Snorkel Session

Izac Raker, Film School

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Hello again… another day here on the Cramer. OMMMMGGGGG this is such a beautiful place. We are so blessed to be able to live on such a beautiful ship.

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November 07, 2019

Now and Then

Emily B. Hite, Faculty, University of Colorado Boulder

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Not so long ago, in the not too distant past, a younger version of myself embarked across the North Pacific on the SSV Robert C. Seamans. I was an eager and adventurous little explorer following a dream to sail across the sea.


November 06, 2019

First Taste of Land

Natalie Summers, B Watch

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After weeks out at sea and a day anchored near shore, being enticed by the commotions and buzzles of land, today we would finally be able to taste the sweetness of land once again.

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November 06, 2019

Haere Mai, Class S-289!

Jeff Wescott, Professor, Climate & Society

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Students and faculty arrived safely in New Zealand today, surprisingly energetic considering the long hours across the Pacific Ocean.


November 05, 2019

Sunshine on My Shoulders (or, Thoughts from Lookout)

Carlin Schildge, A Watch, Colby College

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Dear old world, you are very lovely, and I am glad to be alive in you.” – Anne of Green Gables, LM Montgomery


November 05, 2019

Ha Ha Moments

Lydia Wasmer, B Watch

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There once was a land-lubber named Lydia who decided to join SEA’s new Gap Year program (Atlantic Odyssey) as a Residential Advisor and then aboard the Corwith Cramer as a Sailing Intern. After much residential advising, she decided that the sea would be a grand reprieve from the cumbersome land legs she had.

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November 04, 2019

Johns Hopkins Student Recounts SEA Semester Research

SEA Semester

SEA Semester in the NEWS
Johns Hopkins; Arts & Sciences Magazine
“Field Notes; Semester Abroad”
By Brennen Jensen

Conducting scientific research at sea is challenging—you’re isolated, subject to rough weather, and must rely solely on the supplies and equipment on board. Conducting scientific research at sea on a 134-foot brigantine, a type of two-masted sailing ship, is even more challenging. But it can also be a grand adventure.

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November 04, 2019

The Definitive Top 5 mugs of the SSV Robert C Seamans

Grace Callahan & Catherine Czajka, Wellesley College & University of Delaware

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Hey all!

Its Grace here, reporting from the New Zealand EEZ (exclusive economic zone) just one day away from Auckland.


November 04, 2019

Dreamboats and Soul Food

Sarah Whitcher, Assistant Steward

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Well we did it! Izac sighted our first land, the northern tip of Guadeloupe today just after 12! Ollie was closest to betting the exact time but went over by about half an hour, Wika was the winner with 8 am today - well done all around!

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November 03, 2019

Daughter of Oceania

Letauaeletise Hunkin, C Watch, University of Washington, Seattle

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“If I have courage, it is because I have faith in the teachings of my ancestors. With that courage you can travel anywhere in the world and never be lost.”

  - Mau Piailug


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