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June 04, 2015

Anchors Aweigh and a Happy Birthday

Rebecca Jordan, Olin College of Engineering

Transatlantic Crossing

After a calm night at anchor, we students were awakened bright and early at 0630 today, to the smell of a delicious breakfast (mmm, pancakes and bacon!) Over the next few hours, I learned more than I ever have in that span of time, possibly excluding yesterday’s orientation. Our orientation continued with the lab and engine room where, speaking as an engineering student, I can assure you there is an excellent and well-organized array of wrenches.

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June 03, 2015

C-260 Gets Underway

Audrey Meyer, Chief Scientist

Having completed their brief shore component at SEA’s campus in Woods Hole, the student crew of C260 boarded the SSV Corwith Cramer at 1400 this afternoon. After an initial round of watch meetings, we departed Dyer’s Dock at 1700 and headed over to Martha’s Vineyard. We are now anchored for the night in Vineyard Haven Harbor, with the lights of East Chop in clear view along the nearby shoreline.

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June 03, 2015

C-260: Transatlantic Crossing

Transatlantic Crossing

SEA Semester class C-260, Transatlantic Crossing, will depart Dyer’s Dock in Woods Hole, MA on Wednesday, June 3rd. The SSV Corwith Cramer will arrive in Cork, Ireland around Thursday, July 2nd.

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June 02, 2015

SEA Semester Makes Front Page of Cape Cod Times

SEA Semester® in the News:
“Students aboard Corwith Cramer prepare for monthlong journey to Ireland”
Cape Cod Times | June 2, 2015
by Sean F. Driscoll
   
WOODS HOLE — This village is no stranger to ships of all shapes and sizes on its waterfront. Barely anyone strolling down the street blinks an eye at ferry boats, deep-sea submersibles or Coast Guard cutters launching or landing from its docks.

But even for Woods Hole, the sight of a brigantine’s mast poking above the rooftops is far from an ordinary sight.

Read the whole story here.

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