Welcome Aboard C303F Students!

July 21, 2022

Chief Scientist Blaire Umhau & Captain Ryan Loftus

Students hanging out on deck

Students enjoy dinner on the quarterdeck.

Ship's Log

Noon Position

42°19.87’N, 070°57.97’W

Weather / Wind / Sail Plan

Anchored in Boston Harbor

SEA Expedition II welcomed students aboard the SSV Corwith Cramer this afternoon in Boston, MA. We will spend the next two weeks exploring the waters of southern New England, using the extensive scientific capabilities of our ship. We will sail up to Appledore Island, and then head out towards Georges Bank before ending our voyage in Woods Hole, MA. We are looking forward the discoveries that we will make as a community along the way, both about the environment around us and about who we are as community members.

Chief Scientist Blaire Umhau

Captain Ryan Loftus

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  1. Christine Ament July 22, 2022 at 10:10 - Reply

    Thanks for the pictures!

  2. Ainslie Sugarman July 22, 2022 at 18:16 - Reply

    So exciting! Thank you for the information and the photo.

  3. Jennifer Nolen July 24, 2022 at 11:44 - Reply

    Bon Voyage! We are tracking your adventures and look forward to hearing more.

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