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10/10/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Twenty Five

St. Michael’s

Ryan K.

The usual 07:00 wake up rolling out of bed was difficult even though the crew members woke us up with a beautifully sung Christmas song, “All I want for Christmas is You.” Then came a delicious breakfast of ham, egg and cheese. For our afternoon activity we went to the Chesapeake…

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10/09/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Twenty Four

Chesapeake Bay

Geoffrey H.

0500-0600: Lila, Jaimes and I started our anchor watch. We were anchored in Eastern Bay, MD. Anchor watch consists of checking the level of the bilges, the weather, the sea state, the inverter chargers, the batteries, and the depth of the water. 0600-0700: We got to go to bed a…

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10/08/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Twenty Three

Chesapeake Bay

Henry A.

This cool Tuesday in Baltimore started off with a delicious breakfast of hearty eggs with bacon and high anticipation to get underway toward our next port in St. Michael’s. Although some may have been upset to leave the city of Baltimore after successful shopping and snack stockp…

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10/07/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Twenty Two

Baltimore, MD

Birgit

It is Monday and we had a pretty good day - we did regular boat chores in the morning and Ms. Rags made us a good breakfast. After that we all took the water taxi to Fort McHenry and we learned about the War of 1812. Everyone was pretty tired, but we powered through. Ms. Rags bro…

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10/06/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Twenty One

Baltimore, MD

​Chloe M​.

So, after our 0500-0600 watch, Birgit and I took off with Ms. Ragland to the farmer’s market where we found lots of fresh food and herbs for upcoming meals. Our Uber driver there had an amazing story of fleeing his home country of Nigeria because he spoke up for people who didn’t…

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10/05/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Twenty

Baltimore, MD

Jaimes S

Dear voyage log, My day started bright and early when Cole woke me up for anchor watch. I was half asleep and confused but Cole soon said, “wake up Jaimes... there are Oreos for midrats!” I was awake for sure now. We are in Baltimore and that anchor watch was a chilly one! I soo…

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10/04/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Nineteen

Chesapeake Bay

Lila B.

Dear voyage log, Today was a very good and special day for all of us here on the Roseway. Yesterday we were rocking and rolling all the way to Cape May and went through the Chesapeake and Delaware canal and we ended up anchoring right outside of it. Today was beautiful especiall…

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10/03/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Eighteen

Delaware Bay

Griffin S.

Dear voyage log, My log is going to be different from other people’s logs, in that I am going to show you what a day in a life on Roseway looks like... 0000 - On deck for the 0000-0400 watch. Running down wind along the NJ shoreline in around 25-30kts of wind and 6-8ft seas. …

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10/02/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Seventeen

Off the coast of New Jersey, Atlantic City in Sight

Billy B.

Dear voyage log, Usually, 0400 wake ups do not come pleasantly, however aboard Roseway, getting up at this hour means that the most relaxing day that our watch schedule provides is a comin’! Starting the day with a mandatory wake up at this hour forced me to witness a beautiful …

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10/01/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Sixteen

New York Harbor

Madeline B.

Today was quite a day. I had a wonderful full night of rest. Because we were anchored everyone got to catch up on a little sleep, with only 1 hour and 20-minute watches last night. So our day started off with chores, a morning swim and literature class. The great part about being…

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