Captain's Log
followed by three-way talks where people form each watch get to talkabout each other as if they were that person - always entertaining.Tomorrow we are expecting to head to sea in a strong wind warning for windsof up to 30knots - we are really looking forward to that because the shipperforms best at those speeds. Hopefully we will trip over the border intogodzown sometime on Saturday. If the winds continue fair we should be ableto anchor off Mooloolaba on Sunday afternoon in preparation for Command Dayon Monday.Until tomorrow
8 June 2001

At anchor in Coff’s Harbour, NSW

Ahoy me Hearties,We came to anchor in the outer harbour at Coff’s this morning at 1100, andthe place has just put the weather on for us. It is a sunny 22 degrees andthere is a light westerly blowing. Last night we had a great sail, and evenKatie is now over her seasickness. Gotta say, the girl got some coverage!This morning we had morning brief (the story of the figurehead”)