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December 03, 2020

Time For A Refresher

Lindsay Campbell, B watch, Stevens Institute of Technology

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Today brought about some changes aboard the Cramer in a few different ways.

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November 12, 2020

Looking forward and looking back (with six days left)

Olivia Carson, A Watch

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Sitting on the quarterdeck in the hot sun and listening to my classmates present the many things they’ve discovered through their research projects, I reflect on a smaller discovery of my own: my favorite sentence in the world is, “Nobody really knows.”

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November 08, 2020

Not Your Typical 21st Birthday

Ethan Dewald, A-Watch, College of William & Mary

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So, I sat there at the dinner table, eating cake and sipping daintily on a drink.

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November 07, 2020

Cloudy with a Chance of Squalls

Lyle Given, A Watch

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On this lovely, squally Saturday, my day started dark and early at 0020 when I was woken for Dawn Watch.

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October 25, 2020

The Gulf Stream and Mini-boats

Sean S. Bercaw, Captain

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Gulf Stream ho!!

Last evening we sailed into the Gulf Stream and entered a current flowing briskly to the East at better than 3-knots.

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November 10, 2019

Sailing Past Nevis and Saint Kitts

Megan Frey, 3rd Mate, C Watch

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Well, I am writing my blog entry a few days after I was signed up to write one, but better late than never!  One would think that when you say you’re going sailing for 6 weeks, that the days under sail, no engine, and a following steady breeze would be a given, but this is not always the case.

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November 03, 2019

Excited about our First Port Stop

Alicia Pane, B Watch, Middlebury College

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As we get closer and closer to our first port stop, Dominica, I am filled with mixed emotions. I am eagerly awaiting our first glimpse of land (and to see who will win the Land Ho bet) and to find out if you can really smell land like some people have said.

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