Yesterday afternoon was enjoyed by many at anchor near Tangalooma in Moreton Bay. A magnificent sunset gave way to a cool evening with the hint of rain.

At 0800 on 22/6/04 I took command of YOUNG ENDEAVOUR. After morning brief at approx 0830 the beach assault team was sent to

YOUNG ENDEAVOUR came to anchor shortly after lunch yesterday afternoon in the beautiful Mooloolaba. The youth crew proceeded ashore at the first available opportunity to conduct their Command
YOUNG ENDEAVOUR continued to make ground to the southeast yesterday afternoon. The moderating winds presented the opportunity
YOUNG ENDEAVOUR came to anchor off Bagara shortly after 1300 yesterday afternoon and preparations were quickly made for the sports
The calm winds yesterday afternoon provided a much welcome break from the Ship's motion of the previous 18 hours, and the short fetch
Shortly after lunch yesterday YOUNG ENDEAVOUR weighed anchor and bade farewell to Gladstone. The youth crew continued their set and furl drills as the Ship proceeded to sea.

THE YOUNG ENDEAVOUR CREW COMMAND DAY BEGAN AT 0900 FRIDAY MORNING A FEW MILES SE OF GREAT KEPPEL ISLAND. FOR THE FIRST

YOUNG ENDEAVOUR ANCHORED OFF GREAT KEPPEL ISLAND AND THE COMMAND DAY BRIEF WAS GIVEN TO ELECT THEIR OWN COMMAND TEAM SAIL, THE SHIP TO THE PILOT POARDING GROUND OFF GLADSTONE AND COMPLETE AS MANY TASK
ABSOLUTELY GRAND SAILING CONDITIONS CONTINUED THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE PERIOD. EVERYONE IS REFINING THEIR SAILING SKILLS PARTICULAR TACKING AND TRIMMING OF SAILS.