Voyage name: 
V03/05
14 February - 24 February
Latitude: 
38°43's
Longitude: 
141°37'e
Conditions: 
LIGHT AND VARIABLE

PAST 24 HOURS

YOUNG ENDEAVOUR ANCHORED AT PORTLAND FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO EXPLORE THE LOCAL AREA, ENJOY BEACH SPORTS AND CONDUCT MID VOYAGE TALKS. THE SOUTHERN OCEAN BBQ ONBOARD FINISHED THE DAYS PROGRAM IN TRUE TALL SHIP TRADITION. DURING THE EVENING THE COMMAND DAY ELECTIONS WERE HELD AND YOUTH CREW CAPTAIN JOHNNO INTRODUCED HIS COMMAND TEAM.

OVERNIGHT YC KEPT ANCHOR WATCH TRICKS AND DURING THE FORENOON
PREPARTIONS FOR COMMAND DAY CONTINUED WITH A FINAL TEAMWORK
COMMUNICATIONS EXERCISE.

ALL WELL.

YOUTH CREW IMPRESSIONS

RIA (NARRE WARREN, VIC)
AHOY THERE MATIES. RED CORDIAL AND LACK OF SLEEP DO INTERESTING
THINGS TO PEOPLE ALL CRAMMED ONTO A BOAT. ONE FUNNY EXAMPLE WOULD BE WHEN SOME BOYS HAD HALF THE YOUTH CREW CONVINCED THAT THE BIG WAVE WE HIT WAS ACTUALLY US HITTING A WHALE. THE FRUIT LOCKER IS FULLY AND SALTY BUT OUR SPIRITS WILL NEVER FADE.

ZZI (RAYWOOD VIC)
ON THE REDDIES, WE ARE UP THERE WITH THE BEST BETTER THEN THE BLUE BY FAR. WE HAVE WON THE ROPE RACES. KING ISLAND CHESSE WAS WAS GOOD THE KELP IS LEFT TO DRY OUT. BEEN ON THE TOPGALLANT YARD. THE FOOD IS GREAT BEEN EATING TO MUCH. THE SHIP NANA HAS GOT IT COMING TO HER, MAKING US DO A DANCE EVERY DAY COMES WITH A PRICE.

JEN (PAYNESVILLE VICTORIA)
LIFE ON YOUNG ENDEAVOUR IS UNREAL. THE FIRST TWO DAYS I WAS SEA SICK 11 TIMES BUT WAS STILL GOING STRONG. THE CREW AND TEAMS ARE REALLY FRIENDLY AND GREAT. THE SHIPS FOOD IS YUM YUM YUMMY. SEEN HEAPS OF DIFFERENT WEATHER RAIN ONE DAY WINDY THE NEXT. NOW WERE GOING TO TAKE COMAND OF THE YOUNG ENDEAVOUR WHAT AN EXPERIENCE....


YOURS AYE

BRENTON WITT
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, RAN
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR