The Science Education at Sea (SEAS) program is conducted entirely on a boat! This program sails out of Cape May/Wildwood and educational activities aboard the vessel cover a broad range of subject areas including plankton, specimen collection, animal handling, horseshoe crabs and dolphins and/or crabbing. All SEAS programs are aligned to New Jersey Academic Standards and the North American Association for Environmental Education K-12 Guidelines for Learning, and are tailored to the needs of our visiting teachers and schools.
Grade Levels: 4th-12th grade
Time: The SEAS program is a 3 hour trip. The morning trip runs from 9:00AM to 12:00PM. The afternoon trip runs from 1:00PM to 4:00PM. These start times are flexible, so please contact us if there are time constraints.
Prices: $25/student. Smaller groups, please note the minimum charter rates below.
Cape May Wildwood groups smaller than 60 people will need to pay the charter minimum of $1500.00.
If your group is smaller than the required number of people, there is a great chance we can join your group with another group. Please contact us for details.
For specific program details, please click here: Cape May/Wildwood
“By far, in my seven years of teaching, this was the BEST field trip. Colleagues, parents, and students have all expressed the same feelings.”
– Carolyn McGaughey, Starkweather Elementary School, Westchester, PA
40 Years of Science Education at Sea
on Best of Captain Jim – Click to read article