End of the Program (Science at SEA Session 1)
July 18, 2021
Science at SEA #1 has concluded after returning from sea. Along the way, students developed skills in oceanography, maritime studies, and seamanship, and we are proud to have a new group of Tall Ship Sailors and Ocean Stewards heading out in the world. Congratulations on a job well done!
- Captain Chris Nolan
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