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Posted on 19 December 2017 @ 3:36pm
Join our Ho-Ho-Holiday Information Session!
Grab a cup of hot cocoa and some holiday cheer and join us for a quick presentation followed by a casual Q&A with our Director of Admissions.
Posted on 14 November 2017 @ 3:10pm
Join us Via Skype!
If you're interested in learning more about joining Class Afloat for a semester, school year or gap year at sea, then don't miss this month's virtual information session taking place on November 15th, from 7:30-8:30pm (EST).
Posted on 27 October 2017 @ 4:39pm
After a short sail from Sardinia, we arrived in Toulon. Excited and anxious to explore Toulon, we had to wait a full day at the dock. As the anticipation grew that night, we had the port presentation that was presented to us by the French class. Steve then explained to us all the wonderful port programs that we were going to do.
Posted on 20 October 2017 @ 2:42pm
Details of the Trek
The crew sailed from Porto on October 1st with Porto Cervo in our headway. We’ve passed through the Straight of Gibraltar and right next to the coast of Spain, Ibiza, Mallorca, and Minorca.
Posted on 6 October 2017 @ 2:50pm
After more than two weeks spent adjusting to life at sea, ship routines, galley duties, night watches, new classes and scheduling, Class Afloat students arrived in Porto on the morning of September 26th and were thrilled to plant their feet on solid ground.
Posted on 6 October 2017 @ 1:52pm
October information session
Ahoy! If you're interested in learning more about joining Class Afloat for a semester, school year or gap year at sea, then you're invited to join us for our very first virtual information session.
Posted on 16 April 2015 @ 6:36pm
What a busy port program! First we all went to a museum where we watched and interacted with different sorts of volcano images and volcanic rock. At the same location we were able to walk up a lighthouse to look at the oldest piece of land that was over 50 years old. It was made by a volcano that erupted underwater and came to the surface, hardened and became land. After that we drove to the beginning of our 12km hike up Faial Caldera, the volcano on the island. Although it was very foggy and hard to see down into the volcano, it cleared up every once and a while to let us see the beautiful view. It was a great port program after being at sea for 19 days to get out and stretch our legs.
Olivia O. Alberta, Canada
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