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10/30/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Forty Five

Charleston, SC

Geoffrey H.

0600-0700: Ryan Kellogg and I started our first anchor watch in Charleston, SC.0700-0800: I went back to bed for a half an hour to get as much sleep as possible. It sounds a little weird to sleep for a half an hour but on Ocean Classroom you try to get as much sleep as possible. …

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10/29/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Forty Four

Arrival in Charleston, SC

Henry A.

Sup voyage log, Today was Tuesday and my watch C-Watch had the early 8-12 watch. This was exciting as we were on our way to Charleston. We arrived into Charleston around 12AM, we could have gone in much sooner but wanted to enter the channel to time the tides correctly. Once we …

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10/28/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Forty Three

Savannah River

Birgit P.

Today we left Savannah and got ready for the overnight to Charleston. We had an all hands history class and Brooks got to join in. We sang some shanties and read our Humans of the Port papers. It was interesting to hear the comparisons between Norfolk, VA and Savannah, GA. We had…

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10/27/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Forty Two

Savannah, GA

Chloe M.

Today began with an early morning run and swim in the hotel pool for some of us early risers, with a fresh water hose shower for the sunrise. Today was one of those days that I felt really, extra lucky to be here. We got some sad news today, that one of our mates was leaving, w…

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10/26/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Forty One

Savannah, Georgia

Jaimes

Dear Voyage Log, Wow this has been a great day! It is nighttime in Savannah, Georgia and I am sitting amidships looking out at the city’s river, reflecting on my day. It seems that my days all blend together (in a good way), and seeing up at the top of the page that it is “Day 4…

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10/25/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Forty

Arrival in Savannah

Lilia B.

Dear voyage log, What a day. We started the day still hove-to from yesterday. My watch (C-Watch) got us underway at 2:15 AM this morning. That was during our 0000-0400 watch. A and B watch got us going to Savannah during their watches, and when it was our turn again, we entered …

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10/24/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Thirty Nine

Griffin S.

A story of close encounters with King Neptune, on our second night sailing from Norfolk, VA to Savannah, GA, after getting into the Gulf Stream around 30 miles off Cape Lookout. The sea state started to build from about 5ft to 8ft, as well as the wind from 20kt to 30kt. My night …

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10/23/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Thirty Eight

Off the coast of North Carolina

Billy B.

Good evening voyage log, What a day! Who would have thought that waking up at 4 in the morning would lead to one of the most hectic watches we will have (“knock on wood”). I actually woke up at 0230 because I couldn’t sleep. This was a result of the pummeling that we were receiv…

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10/22/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Thirty Seven

Around Cape Hatteras

Madeline

Just as I thought the day had ended I awoke to dripping water on my face and knee that this was only the beginning. I went to bed on the earlier side knowing that I had an early watch, however there was no sleep last night due to crazy weather. The foc’s’le swayed back and forth …

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10/21/19 - Ocean Classroom 2019: Day Thirty Six

Cape Henry

Pete K.

Today my day started at 0120 when I got awoken by Maddie for our anchor watch with Griffin. After an hour and 20 min. we went back to bed. The next time I was woken up was 0745 for breakfast. The contrast of the wake-ups was apparent because while I slept C-Watch got the boat und…

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