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February 28, 2014

C251 Web Blog - 28 February 2014

Emily Tradd


After spending about two days ashore in beautiful Antigua it is sad to say goodbye but it is good to get back to the routine of watch schedules, class, meals, etc. My time spent in Antigua was filled with exploration of Falmouth Harbor and St. Johns and much time spent at Pigeon Beach. This peaceful beach was pretty unpopulated and overlooked the harbor where many incredible yachts were anchored. Some of these boats just finishing up a 600 mile race. I met many wonderful people from places such as New Zealand, England, Brazil and more.

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February 26, 2014

C251 Web Blog - 26 February 2014

Jade Moret


Today was adventure day! The wonderful crew of the Corwith Cramer cared for her while the students took a trip to the other side of the Antigua from Falmouth Harbor to the port town of St. John, where the massive cruise ships dock, and tourists are plentiful. There was a juxtaposition of deteriorating buildings with small market shops and the area immediately available to cruise ship patrons, a brick street lined with common brands such as “Sunglass Hut” and “Timberland” shoes.

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February 25, 2014

C251 Web Blog - 25 February 2014

Kirsten Johnsrud, Second Mate and Bosun


We motored under staysails all night to arrive this morning at 0700 at a waypoint three miles off of the entrance to Falmouth Harbor.  We had adjusted our course and speed to arrive at first light to a place so few of us have been.  We stood in for the anchorage and let go the starboard hook at 0756.  Ever since then we have been on anchor watches which are shorter and less strenuous than regular sea watches but are very important never the less.  Anchors are funny things and they can grab hold or not as they choose. 

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