San Juan Islands Aug. 23–27, 2016
Join Dennis and Charlot Nelson Singleton Professor of Biological Sciences
Bart De Stasio ’82, Zodiac crewmember Dana Raugi ’06, and other Lawrence alumni for the trip of a lifetime, exploring the magnificent waters of the San Juan Islands aboard the historic Schooner Zodiac!
Sailing the Zodiac is an experience like none other. We’ll spend five blissful days learning to sail following the wind and the currents, and if we’re lucky, maybe some whales too. Guests are encouraged to pitch in to raise Zodiac’s 7000 square feet of sails, help with sailing maneuvers, and take a turn at the helm, all under the guidance of the Zodiac’s experienced captain and crew. While wind will guide our sails, marine biology will guide many of our experiences, including the opportunity to learn about local underwater environments using a remotely operated vehicle (ROV). Each evening, we’ll pick a secluded bay and drop the anchor. Optional shore excursions may include touring a picturesque lighthouse, tasting artisan beers, wines, or chocolates, hiking, and playing in tide-pools. Or make use of Zodiac’s kayaks or sailing dinghy while the sea lions and harbor seals look on in curiosity. Swap stories from your time at Lawrence or compare notes from the day’s sailing over a delicious meal as the sun sinks behind the Olympic Mountains, then retire to your cozy bunk or stateroom. While wind will guide our sails, marine biology will guide many of our experiences
Wind will never feel the same.
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For further information please contact:
Director of Alumni and Constituency Engagement
Phone: (920) 832-6556