The SeaHawk 3U CubeSat program is funded by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation of San Francisco, and managed by John Morrison of the University of North Carolina-Wilmington (UNC-W). Cloudland Instruments is developing HawkEye for SeaHawk. HawkEye is a multispectral ocean color imager of SeaWiFS quality with 120 meter nadir resolution from an orbit altitude of 540 km to provide observation of sub-mesoscale variability for insights into poorly understood mixing dynamics. 120 meter imagery improves ability, relative to SeaWiFS 1km resolution, to monitor fjords, estuaries, coral reefs and other near-shore environments where anthropogenic stresses are often most acute and where there are considerable security and commercial interests. The optics, filters, and arrays comprise a cube 10 cm on a side to fit a 3U CubeSat manufactured by ClydeSpace of Glasgow Scotland, and provide a 350 km swath cross-track.