Voyage name: 
V14/04
19 July - 23 July
Latitude: 
33°51's
Longitude: 
151°11'e
Conditions: 
CONDITIONS LIGHT AND VARIABLE

YOUNG ENDEAVOUR CONTINUED SAILING SOUTH WITH ALL YOUTH CREW THOROUGHLY ENJOYING THE EXPERIENCE. ENTERING SYDNEY HARBOUR WAS
SPECTACULAR WITH ALL WATCHES ON DECK HANDING IN SAIL IN PREPARATION FOR COMING TO THE BUOY. ONCE SECURED PREPARATIONS WERE UNDERWAY FOR THE 'GRAND' FINALE SHIP'S CONCERT. WHAT A MAGNIFICENT GALA EVENT
WITH EVERYONE HAVING AN ABSOLUTE BALL. OVER NIGHT YOUTH CREW REMAINED IN WATCHES TO CONDUCT END OF VOYAGE TALKS AND FURTHER
PROGRESSED IN CLIMBING ALOFT. ON FRIDAY FRIENDS FROM LINKS TO LEARNING JOINED THE SHIP FOR THEIR HALF DAY SAIL ON SYDNEY HARBOUR.

THIS WAS A FABULOUS OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUTH CREW TO BE HOSTS FOR THE DAY. THE VOYAGE COMPLETED WITH YOUTH CREW MANNING THE YARDS SINGING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM IN TRUE TALL SHIP TRADITION. THIS WAS A GREAT VOYAGE AND ALL YOUTH CREW SHOULD BE THOROUGHLY PROUD OF THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS.

YOUTH CREW IMPRESSIONS

ANDREW, FROM PERTH
THE RUSH OF BEING 30 METRES IN THE AIR, UP ON THE MAST IS INCREDIBLE. THE EXPERIENCE OF THE YOUNG ENDEAVOUR IS UNFORGETABLE.

LIL, FROM SYDNEY
THIS TRIP HAS BEEN ONE OF MY MOST AWESOME EXPERIENCES EVER, I'VE CONQUERED MY BIGGEST FEARS AND CONTINUOUSLY MAKING A FOOL OF MYSELF HAS BEEN QUITE A LAUGH.

TIM, FROM ORANGE
ABSOLUTELY UNREAL, ONE OF THE BEST THINGS I'VE EVER DONE. THE STAFF ARE AWESOME AND THE ATMOSPHERE EVEN BETTER, A MUST ON ANY AGENDA..

YOURS AYE

BRENTON WITT
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, RAN