Also see Sea Education Association
Spend a semester on a tall ship!
SEA Semester2 is a twelve-week
academic program offering seventeen undergraduate credits for college
students. The SEA Semester program is run by the Sea Education
Association. The program includes onshore
study at the SEA Madden Center campus in Woods
Hole, followed by a migration to
the SEA tall ships where the coursework continues with hands-on oceanography as well as
assuming all aspects of operating the SSV Robert C.
Seamans, or SSV Corwith Cramer, SEA's
two sailing schooners.
In addition to the SEA Semester program, SEA offers summer programs for high school students and K-12 teachers. Check www.sea.edu for more information.
SEA1 (pronounced Ess Eeee A, not cee), is a small, private, non-profit
oceanographic school in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. SEA offers high
and college-level multidisciplinary courses that combine oceanography, nautical
science and maritime studies.
Fair winds and following seas!
1 The SEA website:
2 SEA Semester Program Details:
Note: See Sea Education
Association for further information.