Latitude: 
40° 14' South
Longitude: 
143° 57' East
Conditions: 
NE'LY BREEZE
PAST 24 HOURS

FABULOUS AFTERNOON ON KING ISLAND WITH ALL YOUTH CREW VISITING THE WONDERFUL SIGHTS INCLUDING THE FAMOUS KING ISLAND DAIRY. THE TOUR GUIDE PROVIDED MANY INTERESTING ACCOUNTS OF THE ISLANDS HISTORY AND COLOURFUL CHARACTERS. RETURNING ONBOARD FOR A WELL EARNED TEAK DECK BBQ FOLLOWED BY THREE WAY TALKS WERE YOUTH CREW HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK ON BEHALF OF FELLOW SHIP MATES. OVERNIGHT EVERYONE KEPT AN HOURLY ANCHOR WATCH TRICK IN GROUPS OF THREE. AFTER COLOURS AND MORNING BRIEF YOUNG ENDEAVOUR SAILED FROM GRASSY HARBOUR SETTING ALL
FORE AND AFT SAILS FOR THE PASSAGE NORTH. ALL WELL

YOUTH CREW IMPRESSIONS

BEC, CRONULLA. HAVING AN AWESOME TIME WEATHERS BEEN A BIT ROUGH AND HAD TO CLIMB THE BOOM TO TIE THE SAIL UP.. VERY HARD! LEAVING KING ISLAND TODAY AND HEADING BACK UP THROUGH BASS STRAIGHT SO PROBLABLYMORE ROUGH WEATHER WE HAVE 4 HOUR WATCHES EACH NIGHT BUT THEY ARENT TOO BAD!

JO FROM CANBERRA. HI MUM AND DAD! I'M HAVING SO MUCH FUN HERE! IT IS DAY FIVE AND I AM THOROUGHLY OVER MY SEA SICKNESS AND FEELING
FANTASTIC. MY WATCH IS A LOT OF FUN AND THE CRAZY CREW ARE GREAT.
KING ISLAND WAS VERY PRETTY AND THE CHEESE WAS YUMMO.

MEGAN FROM BALLARAT. IVE BEEN HAVING AN AWSOME TIME, ALTHOUGH I DID FEEL A BIT SICK FOR THE FIRST COUPLE DAYS, I WAS THE ONLY ONE IN MY WATCH WHO DIDNT SPEW YAY GO ME. THINGS GOT HEAPS BETTER AS SOON AS WE HIT KING ISLAND IT WAS REALLY GOOD TO BE ON SOLID GROUND AGAIN. EVERYONE SEEMS TO BE MORE ENERGETIC AFTER VISITING KING ISLAND.

YOURS AYE

BRENTON WITT
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, RAN
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR