Latitude: 
43° 9' South
Longitude: 
147° 52' East
Conditions: 
LIGHT SW'LY BREEZE
PAST 24 HOURS

FABULOUS DAY AT SEA SAILING TOWARDS TASMAN ISLAND. ON DECK THE
ACTIVITIES CONTINUED WITH THE COMMUNICATIONS EXERCISE, SAIL HANDLING, NAVIGATION AND OVERNIGHT THE INDIVIDUAL WATCH TEAM DEVELOPMENT TASK. EACH WATCH WAS GIVEN A SPECIFIC TASK TO COMPLETE WITHIN A NOMINATED TIME AND REQUIRED TO CONDUCT A DEBRIEF. TO EVERYONES CREDIT THESE TASKS WERE TACKLED WITH ENTHUSIASM LEADING TO MANY VALUABLE OUTCOMES BEING ACHIEVED.

THIS MORNING THE SHIP CLOSED UP TO TACKING STATINS AND COMPLETED A SERIES OF DRILLS IN PREPARATION FOR COMMAND DAY.

YOUNG ENDEAVOUR MOTOR SAILED INTO PORT ARTHUR AND CAME TO ANCHOR.
ALL WELL.

YOUTH CREW IMPRESSIONS
BILLY, HOBART. HEY ALL. BEUT BLUE SKIES AND CALM SEAS. WE'RE ABOUT
TO EMBARK ON OUR COMMAND DAY. BIT ANXIOUS BUT MOSTLY VERY EXCITED. WE'VE GOT A GREAT CHANCE TO CONSOLIDATE AND REALISE HOW MUCH WE HAVE ALL LEARNED IN ONE VERY SHORT WEEK. ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT TIL WE PULL INTO PRETTY HOBART. SEE YOU ALL SOON. (P.S. HI BEC)

YOURS AYE

BRENTON WITT
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, RAN
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR