At anchor in Sydney HarbourToday has been a great day for all hands. At morning brief
Salty Sea-Dog Chooka answered the great conundrum-why two-six heave?
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It was a relatively quiet but productive set of night watches last night. As we made ground to the Nor'East the watch-on-deck
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Voyage V23/02 commenced this morning when the Ship sailed with a full Youth Crew of 24 young Australians onboard. This voyage is the
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After the long 24 hours of command day, all hands were worn out and happy to spend the night at anchor. Sunrise was accompanied
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Tonight's Captain'Log will be compiled by the Youth Crew who will discuss Command Day.

Woody, Brisbane, Qld
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The anchorage in Broken Bay provided a good night's sleep for all hands with watches reduced to only an hour. Early morning brief
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Overnight the Watch-on-Deck was kept busy conducting single watch tacks as the Ship maintained a position Nor'East of Broken Bay.
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The team building exercise the watches conducted last night was very valuable and highlighted the need for tolerance and
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After a peaceful night at anchor and a chance to catch up on lost sleep, all hands were called on deck at 06:30 for some early