Stanford@SEA Voyage Begins
The dream of sailing aboard the Robert C. Seamans came alive today in Honolulu Hawaii for the Stanford@SEA class of 2022. Now in the 20th year, 29 Stanford participants including 26 students, 2 postdocs and Dr. Block joined 11 shipmates from Sea Education Association including Captain Greg and Chief Scientist Jan Witting to sail together out of Honolulu Hawaii for a 35 day voyage to Palmyra Atoll and Kingman Reef.
Blogs from the voyage are available at the Stanford@SEA website: http://stanford.sea.edu/
A voice for our home earth.
Back in Mo’orea, where our story in French Polynesia began, we saw one part of our cyclical story come to a close. As the sun hid [...]
Jeff Schell, Chief Scientist Ship's Log Log 2172 Nautical miles Ship Speed and Location Anchored in Cook’s Bay, Mo’orea, French Polynesia Winds and Weather NNW Beaufort [...]
Coconut Appreciation Post
Nils B-watch No Nut Can Compare Coconuts oh coconuts I love you so, You give me shade on the beach, Provide me with nutritious water that [...]
Flukes, Fathoms, and Farewells
Elliott Bates, C Watch Ship's Log Noon Position 14° 54.093’ S 147° 42.079’ W Ship Heading and Speed 225°at 4.3 nm/hr Log (nm) 1967 nm Weather [...]
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