30523 – 12.03.2023 – We are sad to leave Azores

Yesterday was departure day from the Azores. Everyone tried to squeeze in one last adventure before our 2pm curfew. My group left early to go on a hike to a…

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30423 – 06.03.2023 – The suffering of the waves was finally coming to a temporary end

And here is the 6th… did you receive this one?   Yesterday, students got excited for their arrival into port, even more so when the schedule for the Azores went…

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30423 – 05.03.2023 – We are FINALLY in the Azores.

We are FINALLY in the Azores. After the daily colors we  scrubbed the ship until it shone and then listened to our trusty ship dad David give us the port…

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30423 – 05.03.2023 – “Noooo it’s salty!”

The 4th of March was a quite spectacular day with bright sunshine, some useful wind and my birthday. By a quirk of fate, I was also on the colours rota…

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30423 – 04.03.2023 – It has been an interesting North Atlantic

Hi all… A student just told me that her Mum never received her daily update. I checked my sent folder and it wasn’t there. I checked my draft folder and…

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30423 – 03.03.2023 – today the sea was very calm

Today was the first day in the last 2 weeks where we could walk in a straight line without getting thrown into a wall. The sea was very calm and…

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30423 – 02.03.2023 – Which a lot of effort was put into!

“Daily update” an excerpt from Poetic Passionate Poems from Pash By Pasha Jones   Yesterday, I woke up from a rocky night’s rest, My watch is 8 to 10, so watch 4 is…

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30423 – 01.03.2023 – The weather began getting nicer again

Tuesday started with colours on deck, which was a nice change to having colours below deck due to many stormy days back-to-back. Classes started back up again after having a…

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30423 – 27.02.2023 – a night of aggressive rock and roll

After a night of aggressive rock and roll (from the ship), everyone woke yesterday morning for another day of regular classes on the Atlantic ocean. Overheard are some tips for…

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30423 – 26.02.2023 – Large waves coupled with 40 to 50 knot winds

On February 25th, students, faculty, and the crew members were treated to a beautiful display of the ocean’s power.  Large waves coupled with 40 to 50 knot winds mesmerized the students on watch and the onlookers…

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