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11/09/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Fifty Five

Atlantic Ocean

Cedar K.

Dear voyage log, It is absolutely crazy to think that there are only two weeks until this is all over, it feels impossible in fact. Waking up I expected just a normal day, or at least as average as a day on Roseway can be. Boy was I wrong though. The day began with the morning w…

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11/08/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Fifty Four

Atlantic Ocean

Kerri

Today we began for me at 0000. The midnight to 0400 watch can be challenging to stay awake for but what always makes night watches fly by is gazing at the stars. On a crystal clear night miles from land the stars are more than heavenly. Last night I learned that Orion's belt poin…

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11/07/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Fifty Three

Atlantic Ocean

George M.

Dear Voyage Log, Today wasn't particularly interesting. We sailed along at around 4.5-6 knots, gradually making our way to St. Croix. We are around 300ish miles away from the island. Our weather so far has been great, apart from rough seas in the beginning, we have had a ton of …

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11/06/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Fifty Two

Atlantic Ocean

Zach S.

Dear Voyage Log, Today was absolutely beautiful. I had the 0400-0800 watch so I got to see an awesome sunrise. I went aloft solo to tend to a stranded watch flag. Honestly going aloft is terrifying but I still love it. I took a bucky after watch more to play in the water than to…

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11/05/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Fifty One

Atlantic Ocean

Emilina

Dear log of da voyage! I come to you from the salon of the Roseway, just after a lovely dog watch with all my A Watch compadres. While I enjoyed every minute of my watch earlier, I am very appreciative of the moments I am allowed to sit down and rest my feet. Also something impo…

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11/04/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Fifty

Atlantic Ocean

Ian

Wohoo, 50 days, like what? How are we 50 days after our first day at Camp Kenwood on September 16. It's been so long and everyone is so close now. Though one could say it's been quite the uneventful day. That would be a lie because every day is crazy on Ocean Classroom. So even t…

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11/03/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Forty Nine

Atlantic Ocean

Kara

Today was a Sunday which means no class and much appreciated rest. For me, the day started at 03:15 for A watch's 04:00 to 08:00 watch. The usual wake up is 03:30 but I was already awake so I got up. Saturday involved a lot of rest as well so I wasn't sleepy. At around 01:00 I fe…

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11/02/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Forty Eight

Atlantic Ocean

Cole K.

Wow this is weird to write because this is my last voyage log I will ever write for Ocean Classroom. But apart from that I will tell about my day. I woke up and immediately had the 8 to 12 watch, so that was fun. It was very basic and I did very little but we did start to encount…

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11/01/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Forty Seven

Atlantic Ocean

Olivia

Happy November 1st Voyage Log! Wow I can't believe we have 22 days left until we're boarding the plane to fly home. That is so crazy. We left Charleston at 1400 today to begin the long voyage toward St. Croix. One of our second to last port stops... :( This whole experience has f…

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