Latitude: 
34° 16' South
Longitude: 
151° 29' East
Conditions: 
FRESHING NE SEA BREEZE
PAST 24 HOURS

SAILED CLEAR OF SYDNEY HARBOUR WHILST CONDUCTING SAIL AND LINE
HANDLING DRILLS. QUITE A SPECTACULAR SIGHT AND THE SEAS WERE VERY FAVOURABLE THOUGH A FEW BEGAN TO FEEL THE EFFECTS OF THE SHIP'S MOTION. OVERNIGHT ALL WATCHES SETTLED WELL INTO TRICKS ON THE HELM, ROUNDS, SAIL SETTING AND CLIMBING ALOFT. THE BREEZE EASED OVERNIGHT AND THE SWELL AND SEA GRADUALLY ABAITING. THIS MORNING EVERYONE WAS INTRODUCED TO ROPE RACES AND SHORTLY FOLLOWED AFTERWARDS ALL SAIL WAS HANDED IN FOR AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A FABULOUS SWIM IN THE CLEAR BLUE PACIFIC OCEAN.

YOUTH CREW IMPRESSIONS

AMY, SYDNEY
WE HAVE BEEN RAISING THE SAILS AS A TEAM ITS HARD WORK BUT VERY
REWARDING. THE MAJORITY OF THE CREW JUMPED OFF THE BOW OF THE SHIP AND INTO THE 'YOUNG ENDEAVOUR SWIMMING POOL' THE WATER WAS
SURPRISINGLY QUITE WARM AND VERY REFRESHING AND A HEAP OF FUN.

DANIJELA, SYDNEY-
SO FAR THE VOYAGE HAS BEEN INTENSE PHYSICAL WORK USING MUSCLES I DONT USUALLY USE. I HAVE BEEN HANDLING THE SEASICKNESS WELL, ESPECIALLY WHEN COMPARED WITH OTHER TEAM MEMBERS
BUT LONG FOR A MASSAGE AND A BIG ARAN HUG.

JESSICA, SYDNEY
THE VOYAGE SO FAR HAS BEEN AN ADVENTURUS JOURNEY AND HAS BEEN VERY REWARDING, IM THE LAST PERSON IN BLUE TEAM NOT TO GET SEASICK. A TITLE IM PROUD TO HAVE. THE ROOMS ARE SMALL AND TIGHT BUT ITS A BRILLIANT EXPERIENCE THAT I WILL NEVER FORGET. HI EMMIE

YOURS AYE

BRENTON WITT
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, RAN
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR