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February 13, 2017

C-271: Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean

Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean

Proposed cruise track for C-271, Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean

The students of C-271, Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean, will join the SSV Corwith Cramer in St. Croix by February 14th. They will depart in Key West around March 25th, after port stops in Dominica, Samana, Port Antonio and Santiago de Cuba.

Ship's Company

Captain: Chris Nolan
Chief Mate: Sara Martin
2nd Mate: Patrick Finn
3rd Mate: Tristan Feldman
Engineer: Mickey Cavacas
Steward: Becky Slattery
Chief Scientist: Jeff Schell
Assistant Scientist: Abby Cazeault
Assistant Scientist: Gabrielle Page
Assistant Scientist: Marissa Shaw
Sailing Intern: Kate Enright
Sailing Intern: Sophie Davis
AB: Lydia Mathewson
Maritime Studies: Craig Marin
Other (Artist): Peter Stone
Other (Sleep Study): Matt Van Winkle
Other: Heather Heenehan


Justin Bongi, Oberlin College
Amina Carbone, Smith College
James Egan, Knox College
William Fitzgerald, Knox College
Michaela Kenward, University of New England
Perla Lara, Boston College
Thomas Lippert, Kenyon College
Madison Ouellette, University of New England
Elizabeth Phillips, Whitman College
Maya Pollak, Barnard College
Dalton Sheehan, Northeastern University
Michaela Squier, Oberlin College
Lukas Stocker, Whitman College

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#1. Posted by elizabeth talbot on February 13, 2017

WILL - How much I would enjoy to share your experiences on
SSV Cormith Cramer!  May your winds be kind, your sails
be full, your shifts with others make you appreciate how
necessary it is to save what is left of our natural world.

Much love, GrandZ

Brig Beaver 11, May,1973 - Galley
Mehitabel, 14’catboat until no-name storm

#2. Posted by Libby Pollak on February 16, 2017

It looks as if you’re all having a great adventure!  Thanks for keeping us posted.  This means a great deal.

#3. Posted by Farah Chandu on February 16, 2017

Amina- Thinking of you and can’t wait to heat about your journey! We love you betijaan.

#4. Posted by Allan Talbot on February 20, 2017

According to my screen, you are about to make port in the Azores. This suggests that either: a) I’ve got the wrong boat on the screen or
b) your navigator is incompetent and I want you off that ship and you should get the first MATS flight back to the states.



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