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Ship Life: Ascension to Barbados

Posted on 21 April 2017 @ 12:40am

Ship Life: Ascension to Barbados

On the 20th of March we left Ascension Island.

Ottawa Information Session

Posted on 7 April 2017 @ 6:54pm

Ottawa Information Session

Class Afloat is coming to Ottawa!

Ascension Island Conservation Work

Posted on 31 March 2017 @ 5:56pm

Ascension Island Conservation Work

Ascension Island is a small volcanic island in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean.

Class Afloat Discovers Ascension Island!

Posted on 30 March 2017 @ 8:06pm

Class Afloat Discovers Ascension Island!

On the 17th of March, we cruised into view of the volcanic Ascension Island.

Who Knew Solubility Could be so Beautiful?

Posted on 30 March 2017 @ 7:16pm

Who Knew Solubility Could be so Beautiful?

Chemistry students enjoy a nice little lab out on the aft deck while anchored on the coast of Fernando de Noronha. Who knew solubility could be so beautiful?

Saving Sea Turtles and Hiking Green Mountain: Class Afloat Discovers Ascension Island - Day #1

Posted on 27 March 2017 @ 12:20pm

Saving Sea Turtles and Hiking Green Mountain: Class Afloat Discovers Ascension Island - Day #1

The tropical blue waves washed on to the white sand beach under the looming red volcano.

Discovery of a Dream!

Posted on 24 March 2017 @ 9:32pm

Discovery of a Dream!

Today is the 17 of March, and we just dropped anchor in the bay of Ascension Island.

Ship Life: Cape Town – St. Helena

Posted on 13 March 2017 @ 5:47pm

Ship Life: Cape Town – St. Helena

Cape Town to Saint Helena - what a trip!

Port Stay: Cape Town, South Africa

Posted on 24 February 2017 @ 3:12pm

Port Stay: Cape Town, South Africa

After spending 34 days at sea, making our way across the Atlantic (again), we finally arrived in Cape Town on the morning of February 16th.

Sailing from Tristan da Cunha, UK to Cape Town, South Africa

Posted on 21 February 2017 @ 6:38pm

Sailing from Tristan da Cunha, UK to Cape Town, South Africa

Our visit in Tristan da Cunha, however brief, was an experience I know none of us will ever forget.