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  • Sea Term 2015

    Cadet information regarding the annual semester at sea
  • Follow the Voyage 2015

    Follow our cadets during Sea Term 2015 online!
  • Sea Term Open Ship Tours

    We welcome you aboard the T.S. Kennedy for an Open Ship experience during our annual Sea Term. During Open Ship you will walk the decks, man the rails and speak with our amazing cadets and crew while docked in Port Everglades or San Juan.

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  • Canal Centennial Exhibitions on Campus

    Visit MMA to view artifacts, photographs, and graphics representing the different stages of the Canal's life.

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  • U.S. News and World Report

    The magazine’s 2014 rankings of “Top Public Schools - Regional Colleges North” place the Academy third!
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    Follow their journey as cadet bloggers chronicle their adventures navigating life on-campus and around the world...
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  • Look Who’s Not On the Water

    January 26, 2015 - Massachusetts Maritime Academy now offers seven majors. That’s a long way from the early nineties when there were just two, Marine Engineering and Marine Transportation. Graduates are not locked in to seagoing jobs. They can do lots of things … and … they do. Look who’s NOT on the water.


    Look Who Else Is Not On the Water!

    January 21, 2015 - Regardless of the fact that the Academy now has seven majors, it is not unusual for a grad to work outside of their major. The self confidence fostered by the Academy prompts these alums to believe they can do anything. And, they often do!


    Mass. Maritime cadets embark on annual sea term cruise

    January 12, 2015 - Family members huddled together and raised farewell signs for the 582 Massachusetts Maritime Academy cadets headed to St. Thomas, Puerto Rico and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for their winter semester at sea.


    Following the Voyage

    January 05, 2015 - On most days, if you drive down to the Cape in January and February you’re not going to find too many people walking about — unless of course you visit to Taylor’s Point on Buzzard’s Bay!


    Oceans 14

    December 29, 2014 - On September 14, 2014, 1/C Gale McGilvray, Plymouth South High School (MA), Class of 2011, 1/C Jillian Stronk, Cheshire High School (CT), Class of 2011, 1/C Alexander Geist of Acton-Boxborough High School (MA), Class of 2011, and Ensign Sarah Lewis of Barrington High School (RI), Class of 2003, (all MMA Marine Engineering majors) made their way to the Great White North to participate in the OCEANS Engineering Conference in St. John’s Newfoundland.


    Drilling for Gold

    December 15, 2014 - To date, they have struck silver – several times – but the Regimental Drill Team, 2014 edition continues to compete in pursuit of some “gold”!


    Shopping For a Future

    December 09, 2014 - This is one time you don’t need to wait for Black Friday or Cyber Monday to get the best deal. Massachusetts Maritime Academy provides one of the best educational deals in the nation. And that means shopping for the dream job, can be less headache and more FUN!


    Back Up From Down Under

    December 01, 2014 - Forty hours to get to Tasmania, Australia and forty hours home! These three cadets left town to attend the 2014 IAMU Conference with their carefully crafted research in hand. They returned with jet lag and accolades!


    Tall Tale or .. Fish Story

    November 24, 2014 - 4/c Patrick Kearney started fishing when he was 3 years old. He grew up soaking bait with family and friends and when he turned 12, started working summers as a mate on the WHITE CAP and later on the FORTUNA and ELIZABETH MARIE out of Scituate Harbor. When it came time for the BC High School grad 2013 to make a decision on selecting a college, the choice was easy.


    Even In Rough Seas

    November 17, 2014 - The Coastal America Foundation recently awarded cadet Alyssa Palmer the Student Marine Scientist of 2014 Award and a $500 stipend. “She exemplifies the dedication it takes to get marine science data from the field to the laboratory, even in rough seas,” noted William Hubbard, Executive Director and Director of Marine Science for the Foundation.