It was an historic moment that was over five years in the making: brigantine Matthew Turner left the dock for the first time and motored under its own power. Under the full moon on the night of Friday, May 17th, a team of Matthew Turner volunteers and professional crew successfully piloted the vessel from
Call of the Sea advocates for on-the-water ocean environmental literacy for all. Latitude 38 covers the story and features our Director of Education and Seaward's crew.
Alan Olson’s Update: Our state-of-the-art propulsion system is installed! The system works as such: Two electric propulsion motors produce 265 horsepower each; two large six-cylinder Cummins generators create 265 KW each; two lithium battery banks, located in steel cabinets, have a holding capacity of 45 KWH. All energy created by generators or by regeneration
By Dr. Dax Ovid, director of education programs at Call of the Sea Have you visited the ocean before? Whether you see the ocean regularly or not, the impact of the ocean on our climate and planet is too profound to ignore in K-12 environmental and outdoor education. Learn below why Call of the