Winter Ocean Classroom 2021: Day 52

Winter Ocean Classroom 2021: Day 52

Christiansted, St. Croix

Teige W.

March 1, 2021

It's March! Which means there are 4 days left on our adventure on the high seas. :( Although we are all excited to take some much needed real showers and flush a toilet, I think I speak for the Junior Crew when I say we aren't ready to leave Roseway just yet. However, I must say that I am extremely excited to finish Marine Science! Today we have our final presentations about a variety of different Marine Science subjects that we have been taught over the course of the winter term. Sam and Jack started it off with a zoomed in analysis of a 1x1 meter of coral. Then Lou and Kara talked about the life of a water bottle and what you can do to stop polluting the oceans. Cam and I were up next to talk about the ecology of fishing in the Caribbean, and Casten and Ang finished with a class about waves. After class we welcomed the CCBGVI kids aboard and had a great educational sail until 1500, the Junior Crew then stepped off the ship for some off time at the park. It's honestly shocking to me how fast everything is flying by right now, we only have 4 days left. Wow.

Signing off (for the final time)

Teige Wright