Viewing entries posted in April 2018
Posted on 27 April 2018 @ 4:30pm
A fight for what is right, and we’re always right!
Posted on 25 April 2018 @ 2:35pm
We entered port of St. Georges on the north side of the island of Bermuda on the 7th of April. It was an overcast and windy day and it promised to continue like that for the duration of our time there, or so we thought.
Posted on 24 April 2018 @ 7:24pm
CLASS AFLOAT TOP TEN
Selection criteria: Photos must be taken by a Class Afloat student and must have been posted on Instagram (not necessarily taken) during the month for which they are to be considered for Top Ten.
Posted on 24 April 2018 @ 4:31pm
As spring arrives, we know that many students are in the midst of making final decisions regarding where to go and what to do next year. For graduating students, this can mean accepting a position at a university or college or taking some time-off to figure out what exactly the future has in store.
Posted on 17 April 2018 @ 8:53pm
Harvard University recently released a statement encouraging admitted students to defer their enrolment in favour of a Gap Year. In lieu of graduating high school only to rush straight into college or university, the Ivy League university has started encouraging students to take a year off and travel, pursue a special project or spend time in another meaningful way.
Posted on 11 April 2018 @ 4:47pm
Why should you spend a semester or year at sea with class afloat?
Great question. And we're dying to tell you! Join us at our next virtual information session, taking place in May including a quick Skype presentation followed by a casual Q&A with our Director of Admissions. We'll answer all your questions and share all the reasons (cough cough looks great on university applications) you should seriously consider spending a semester or full year at sea with Class Afloat.
Posted on 10 April 2018 @ 7:34pm
I am writing the beginning of my blog sitting in the mess on the 23rd around lunchtime. All around me, people are talking, laughing and watching movies. The atmosphere is relaxed and cheerful given that our midterm exams are behind us and parent port is right in front of us! It really feels like the last day before Spring Break. It is safe to say that we are all imagining our upcoming reunion with our loved ones. The past seven weeks have passed unbelievably fast and part of me still does not fully realize that it is the coast of Cuba that I am seeing through the porthole.
Posted on 9 April 2018 @ 8:00pm
Day watch is an essential part of everyday ship life. Whether it be at sea or in port, day watch influences the lives of students and crew. The hours spent doing maintenance on the ship, performing sailing maneuvers, or keeping watch over the ship’s safety is something that all students have done, and it has created many amazing memories of life aboard the Gulden Leeuw.
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