SEA Currents: s258
After a few exciting days in the beautiful country of New Zealand, we are now under way and headed to our first stop, the Chatham Islands. Together we have traveled to the other side of the planet (with FAR too many mishaps…), explored foreign places, hiked great peaks, and so much more. However, the time has come to set sail into the South Pacific.
S-258 Sea Component Begins
Greetings from Lyttelton, New Zealand! Twenty four S258 students and one Visiting Scholar joined the ship’s company this afternoon and have spent the last several hours learning their way around the Robert C. Seamans, settling into their bunks, and enthusiastically meeting the professional crew.
Class S-258, Oceans & Climate
The students of S-258, Oceans & Climate, will join the SSV Robert C. Seamans in New Zealand by March 25th. They will end their voyage in Tahiti around Friday, May 1st.
S-258 Students Tackle Tricky Ocean Policy Challenges
Before they set sail from New Zealand next week, class S-258 showed us that they’re not only ready for an unforgettable voyage: They’re also well on their way to thinking like professional ocean policymakers.