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March 22, 2019

C-284 Successful Conclusion

Bill Burke, Captain

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Above: Alumni and crew of C284 bid each other and the Corwith Cramer a fond farewell. Below: sargassum!!

Current Location
24° 34’ N x 081° 43’ W

Ship’s Heading & Speed
Safely alongside Stock Island Marina. 

Weather
A brisk easterly breeze and scattered clouds.  A lovely day for farewells.   

Souls on board

After six weeks together and 2139 miles sailed, SEA Semester Class C-284 has come to a close. Following a wonderful "swizzle" last night on the quarterdeck and this morning's graduation ceremony, students are heading on to all sorts of spring endeavors: back to college, internships, jobs or travel.  It's been a great voyage, we wish all our shipmates all the very best!

Categories: Corwith Cramer,Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean, • Topics: c284 • (0) Comments
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