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December 23, 2017

End of Caribbean Reef Expedition C-276

Chris Nolan, Captain

Caribbean Reef Expedition

Position Moored Old San Juan, Puerto Rico Weather: Winds east at 15 knots Caption: Throwback to being anchored in Tobago Cays

Position
Moored Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

Weather
Winds east at 15 knots

Souls on Board

The crew of the Corwith Cramer has arrived in San Juan to mark the end of SEA Semester's first Caribbean Reef Expedition program.  All hands had a great time snorkeling and sailing in the waters of Grenada, St. Vincent, Montserrat, Antigua, Barbuda, and the USA. 

Along the way we collected tons of data regarding the health of reef systems throughout the eastern Caribbean. In addition, we talked to dozens of local partners to get a better sense of coral reef conservation and policy on the ground.

Although sad to be departing the ship, everyone is eager to return to families for the holiday season. 

Best wishes to all C-276 alums, wherever life takes you!

- Chris

Categories: Corwith Cramer,Caribbean Reef Expedition, • Topics: c276  port stops  caribbean.  study abroad • (0) Comments

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