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Follow the Voyages 2015

Our cadets will have a lot to write home about this summer – literally!  Four different international voyages are planned for cadets this summer.

The voyages are part of Cal Maritime's specialized, experiential-based curriculum that requires all cadets to travel abroad while taking courses and gaining experiences important to each major. The international experiences are one important way that Cal Maritime ensures each of its graduates obtains an international perspective that prepares them for success in today's global economy.

Click the links below, to learn more and follow along, as our cadets embark on their international voyages, making memories that are sure to last a lifetime! 

Training Ship Golden Bear Cruise 2015

Feel free to view last year's cruise. Stay tuned for 2015.

Follow this summer's training cruise on our Follow the Voyage Blog chronicling the training voyage of the Golden Bear as it crosses the Atlantic Ocean.

Cruise 1 begins on April 22 (1600) and the ship departs on April 26 at 0800.  The change out will take place in Boston, MA.  Cruise 2 begins on June 25 and ends in Vallejo, CA on August 25.

Northern Europe Summer Experience 2015

Feel free to view past trips. Stay tuned for 2015 updates.

Follow along on Facebook as Team Northern Europe chronicles their preparation for and participation in their international study tour. (Note: You don't have to be a member of Facebook to follow along)

Japan/Taiwan Summer Experience 2015

Feel free to view past trips.  Stay tuned for 2015 updates.

Follow along on Facebook as Team Japan/Taiwan chronicles their preparation for and participation in their international study tour. (Note: You don't have to be a member of Facebook to follow along). 

Vietnam Summer Experience 2015

Feel free to view past trips.  Stay tuned for 2015 updates.

Follow along on Facebook as Team Vietnam chronicles their preparation for and participation in their international study tour. (Note: You don't have to be a member of Facebook to follow along)