Last night we enjoyed a comfortable night in the anchorage off Portland.
Last night we enjoyed some excellent sailing, making the most of 25-30 knot nor-westerlies by setting just about everything that resembled a sail.
Last night we spent a little time getting to know all of the crew by introducing someone else to the group. We then spent the night in Guichen Bay and awoke to a gorgeous sunrise.
After a few days at sea we arrived about an hour ago here in the anchorage off Robe. All being well we will remain here overnight and head ashore tomorrow for a few hours.
We awoke in the vicinity of Kangaroo Island after our first night at sea and were met by a small pod of dolphins that stayed with us and played in the bow-wave for most of the forenoon.
Greetings all and apologies to anyone who spotted the Spencer Gulf mistake in last night's entry. Today has been a big day of learning about safety onboard, line handling and sail setting.
Our new youth crew joined us this afternoon and soon after we headed down the river toward the Spencer Gulf. We will spend tonight in the anchorage here, with the lights of Adelaide as our backdrop.
Our night at anchor was perfect. The sunset was awesome and the concert was well prepared and hilarious.
Command Day completed this morning after an the YC sailed the ship up from Kangaroo Island and at the stroke of 0630 hours this morning anchored the ship in her allotted anchorage.
After all the wind we've had during the Voyage, we got very little of it today.