SEA Currents: Robert C. Seamans
September 25, 2018
Next Stop: Tonga
14ᵒ 16’ 479”S; 170ᵒ 41’ 589”W, alongside in Pago Pago, American Samoa
Ship’s Heading & Speed
Winds light ENE, harbor conditions calm
All students, faculty, and staff have safely arrived aboard SSV Robert C. Seamans. After a full day of ship orientation yesterday, today’s mission is to enjoy an umu—a traditional Samoan earth oven feast—with our good friends Reg and Su’a Fitiao, at their home in nearby Leone. It is a mission we gladly accept. Tomorrow, we will be underway, sailing on to Tonga. Great news: that’s what ships are for.
More about our adventures to come. Watch this space.
- Jeff Wescott, Anthropology Professor, Sea Education Association