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November 14, 2018

C-283: Caribbean Reef Expedition

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Proposed cruise track of C-283, Caribbean Reef Expedition.

After six weeks at SEA's Woods Hole campus, SEA Semester students of Class C-283, Caribbean Reef Expedition, begin a 12-day shore component in Grenada on Nov. 15th. They join the SSV Corwith Cramer on Nov. 27.  The class's cruise begins in Grenada and ends in St. Croix, USVI, after port stops in Tobago Cays, Montserrat, and Barbuda.

Students

Maria Alfaro, SUNY ESF
Laura Blum, Middlebury College
Sharil Deleon, University of Rhode Island
Colleen Dollard, University of Connecticut, Avery Point
Mahalia Dryak, Reed College
Shane Felde, Eckerd College
Davi Hertz, Rhodes College
Chloe McKinley, Beloit College
Lindsay Moon, Syracuse University
Ryanne Murray, Eckerd College
Bryce O'Brien, Bates College
Hannah Stevens, Smith College
Nina Strand, Carleton College
Alesandra Tejeda, Colorado College
Christian Watson, University of Indianapolis
Alyssa White, Bard College

Ship's Company

Captain: Sean Bercaw
Captain: Doug Nemeth
Chief Mate: Kevin Murray 
2nd Mate: Adrienne Wilber 
3rd Mate: Rocky Bonner 
Engineer: Annika Savio
Asst Engineer Andrea Williams
Steward: Ger Tysk
Chief Scientist: Jeff Schell
Asst Scientist: Brittany Mauer
Asst Scientist: Steve Kielar
Asst Scientist: Bonny Clarke
Sailing Intern: Emma Hayward
Sailing Intern: Mike Gestal
Sailing Intern: Rose Edwards
Maritime Studies Faculty:  Ben Kochan
Maritime Studies Faculty:  Matt McKenzie
Lab hand: Jessica Sevilla

Voyager: Lauren Zike 
Visiting Scientist: Kalina Grabb
Voyager: Chase Buffonge
Voyager: Kienan James
Voyager: Andy Estep
Voyager: Heather Page

Categories: Corwith Cramer,Caribbean Reef Expedition, • Topics: ships company  c283  study abroad • (6) Comments
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#1. Posted by Stacey Strong on November 15, 2018

Hello C-283!

Welcome to Grenada!
The Sturgis ROVers marine technology club in Hyannis will be following your voyage!  We are very curious to learn about ways that technology is used to study coral.

Soak up this time at sea!

Stacey Strong
club advisor and math teacher
Sturgis Charter Public School
East Campus


#2. Posted by Eileen Lashinsky on November 16, 2018

Hi Davi,
Thinking of you, hope you are having a GREAT time!
Keep following your dreams & ENJOY!!
Love,
Mom


#3. Posted by Diane & George Moon on November 16, 2018

Hi Lindz! 
Hoping all is well after a rough start! 
Soak it all in and enjoy every minute!!
Love & Miss you already,
Mom & Dad


#4. Posted by Cheryl mckinley on November 20, 2018

Hello to Sean Bearcaw from Cheryl of W1


#5. Posted by Alex Hackworth on November 29, 2018

Hannah, I love and miss you! I can’t wait to hear from you.


#6. Posted by Mary Stevens on December 03, 2018

Sounds like you’re continuing to have a wonderful experience!!  We love you, Hannah!  Thanks for the blog post!  Mom and Pops Stevens


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