C-290: Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean

February 9, 2020

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Cramer Full Sail
Cramer Full Sail

Students of Class C-290, Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean, join the SSV Corwith Cramer in San Juan, Puerto Rico on Feb. 10th.  The voyage ends March in St. Croix, US Virgin Islands on March 18th, after port stops in St. John, St. Martin, Montserrat, Dominica, Bequia, and Grenada.

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Students
Courtney Boucher, Sewanee: University of the South
Jessica Brewer, University of New England
Anna Capitano, College of the Atlantic
Jessie Floyd, Bard College
Kate Gonzalez, Harvard University
Ela Keegan, College of the Atlantic
Dillon LaViale, The George Washington University
Zoya Mohsin, Cornell University
Savier Morales, College of the Atlantic
Greta Nelson, Vassar College
James Parker, Not Enrolled
Will Robinson, University of Connecticut, Avery Point
Molly Ryan, University of Vermont
Norah Storniolo, Harvard University
Kaitlyn Sweeny, University of Rhode Island
Fiona Thomas, University of New England
Annaleena Vaher, College of the Atlantic
Henry Wasserman, Brandeis University
Kaylie Williams, Beloit College
Oscar Zahner, University of Washington

Crew
Master: Allison Taylor
Chief Mate: Kevin Murray
2nd Mate: Megan Frey
3rd Mate: Biz Wallace
AB/MIT: Geoff Geis
Engineer: Dylan Whitney
Steward: Cat Quinn
Steward-in-Training: Adam Travaglione
Chief Scientist: Jeff Schell
Assistant Scientist: Bonny Clarke
Assistant Scientist: Jordan Eckstein
Assistant Scientist: Olivia Lord
Maritime Studies Faculty: Craig Marin
Teaching Fellow: MJ Fernandez
Faculty: Peter Stone
Sailing Intern: Sophie Davis

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