1° 1' South
1° 1' East
Wind Sou'West at 12 kts, Temp:24c, Cloud 1/8.
1. Situation at 11:00

2. The Ship spent a busy night at anchor, with the youth crew
remaining in sea watches overnight. This allowed them the
opportunity to record their voyage in the Ship's scrapbook, and to
exchange all important phone numbers and email addresses.

3. A magnificent sunrise was the backdrop to the final morning
activity - daggy dancing. A minor technical glitch saw Navigator
Hibbo create a beat, and the dancing styles can only be described as

4. A final happy hour clean of the ship had her in 'shipshape and
bristol fashion' for her final entry to Adelaide. The youth crew
manned the yards in an impressive display of how their confidence
aloft has improved. Unfortunately their rousing rendition of the
National Anthemn, whilst sang with so much enthusiam, highlighted
that singing practice was not part of the program onboard.

5. Captain John welcomed the family and friends gatherd on the wharf
to join the youth crew on deck for the presentation of certificates
to our 24 youth crew and two supernumaries. Congratulations to
everyone who made this voyage such a great success, and especially
Dave who was the recepient of 'The Order of Australia Medallion'
awareded to the youth crew member who best embodied the spirit of

6. A special thank you to the staff crew of this voyage. Their
constant drive and dedication is reflected in the youth crew who
leave with huge smiles, a real sense of achievement and new friends.
Fair winds and following seas to you all.

Yours, Aye

Phil Gaden
John Cowan