Latitude: 
24° 52' South
Longitude: 
153° 33' East
Conditions: 
GREAT SAILING WEATHER
PAST 24 HOURS

YOUNG ENDEAVOUR MOTOR SAILED CLEAR OF MORETON BAY AS YOUTH CREW WERE CONDUCTING SAIL SETTING DRILLS. OFF CALOUNDRA THE SHIP CLOSED UP TO TACKING STATIONS AND COMPLETED TWO SUCCESSFUL MANOEUVRES. A GREAT EFFORT BY EVERYONE CONSIDERING THIS IS THE FIRST TWENTY FOUR HOUR MARK OF THE VOYAGE.

THE SHIP LAYED A COURSE NORTH TOWARDS BREAKSEA SPIT SAILING ALL THE WAY AN ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS OUTCOME.

OVERNIGHT ALL WATCHES REFINED THEIR LINE HANDLING, SAIL SETTING SKILLS, INTRODUCED TO THE HELM AND CONDUCTED ROUNDS KEEPING YOUNG ENDEAVOUR SAFE. THE SHIP'S MOTION HAS A FEW FEELING SEEDY AS THEY GAIN THEIR SEA LEGS.

MORNING BRIEF PROVIDED A LITTLE HUMOUR INTO THE DAY BEFORE
HAPPY HOUR AND THE RENOWNED SET OF ROPE RACES. THIS IS WHERE WATCHES COMPLETE AGAINST IT OTHER ON SHIPS KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY TO TYE KNOTS.

YOURS AYE

BRENTON WITT
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, RAN
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR