SUNY Maritime Ships Sets Sail

Monday, May 09, 2011
(Photo: C. Croly)

The Empire State VI, ’s training ship departed today on schedule on its annual training cruise to .  Students will complete on-board training that will qualify them for US Coast Guard issued Deck and Engine licenses.  More than 400 students, as well as over 100 faculty, staff and crew are on-board. The ship is scheduled to return to the SUNY Maritime College Pier on August 6, 2011.


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