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October 18, 2021

Learning Our Lines

Kayla Davis, B Watch, Eckerd College


From the day we step foot on the boat, we began our journey to becoming sailors.

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September 09, 2020

Virtual High School Program, SEA Quest, is a Summer Success

Craig Marin, Assistant Professor of Maritime Studies

SEA Semester

Conceptualized and designed by several dedicated and creative faculty and staff members and delivered by a three-person team, the two-week programs, offered twice, incorporated some of the best of what SEA’s in-person programs offer with interactive online delivery.

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July 21, 2020

SEA Quest Session I Nautical Science

Liz Maloney, SEA Quest Faculty

SEA Semester

Students in Nautical Science and Leadership spent the first class getting oriented to their own surroundings.  Each figured out their Latitude and Longitude, as well as where North is relative to their home.

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January 16, 2018

SEA alumnus donates custom tall ship teaching model

Capt. Chris Nolan

SEA Semester

Captain Shawn Deweese, of South Yarmouth, MA, recently donated a custom crafted teaching model to Sea Education Association. The working model is designed to demonstrate the function of all nine sails and rigging aboard SEA’s two tall ships, SSV Corwith Cramer and SSV Robert C. Seamans.

“I was an alum of the high school program in 1996, so it was really great when I got the chance to sail aboard Cramer twenty years later as a guest,” said Captain Deweese. “It definitely hit home for me that sail training is still really valid for students in today’s day and age.”

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