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January 20, 2019

Williams-Mystic students join SSV Corwith Cramer

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Greetings from SSV Corwith Cramer!

On Sunday, January 27, the Williams-Mystic S19 class joined SSV Corwith Cramer in San Juan just in time for lunch.  For the last 48 hours or so, we have been busy learning ship operations, getting used to walking on a rolling ship, and enjoying being out at sea.

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June 29, 2018

Welcome home, Westward!

Peg Brandon, President, Sea Education Association

SEA Semester

A model of the R/V Westward, built by SEA Captain Carl Chase in 1980, has been restored and returned to the Woods Hole campus.

The model was built as a training tool to teach SEA Semester students about sail setting and striking and was used in class for many years.  Now Carl has completed the model’s “38-year refit” on the same workbench in his shop where he originally built it!

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May 31, 2018

SEA Semester Alum Allison Taylor Takes Command of Tall Ship Lettie G. Howard

SEA Semester

SEA Semester alumna Allison Taylor (S-186), is a veteran crewmember of tall ships, and has served on the SSV Corwith Cramer and, most recently, as Chief Mate on the SSV Robert C. Seamans.  She’s now captain of South Street Seaport’s tall ship Lettie G. Howard, a fishing schooner sailing out of Erie, Pennsylvania. She was recently profiled in this feature article in GoErie.  Congratulations on your new position, Allison!

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March 01, 2018

Tall Ships America honors Brandon, Haddock

Doug Karlson, communications@sea.edu

SEA Semester

Tall Ships America, a national organization dedicated to youth education, leadership development, and the preservation of maritime heritage, recognized two members of Sea Education Association at its Annual Conference of Sail Training and Tall Ships, held Feb. 15 - 17 in New Orleans.

SEA President Peg Brandon, W-48, received the Tall Ships America Leadership Award. Given for the first time this year, the award honors “a member who has made a significant contribution to sail training through the demonstration of leadership at the executive / senior level, and whose impact has been felt by the training community at large, beyond that of their own organization.”

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