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 up in the mess. The suffering of the waves was finally coming to a temporary end, and a well-earned break…...
30423 – 05.03.2023 – We are FINALLY in the Azores.
30423 – 05.03.2023 – “Noooo it’s salty!”
30423 – 04.03.2023 – It has been an interesting North Atlantic
30423 – 03.03.2023 – today the sea was very calm
30423 – 02.03.2023 – Which a lot of effort was put into!
30423 – 01.03.2023 – The weather began getting nicer again
30423 – 28.02.2023 – a crazy day
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 the best sleeping positions to prevent being tossed from your bunk: with toes wedged under mattress, with pillows/packing cubes surrounding…...
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 from the stern. It was an epic school day, with students and teachers sliding back and forth in the mess…...