Latitude: 
37° 9' South
Longitude: 
139° 46' East
Conditions: 
FINE
PAST 24 HOURS

WEATHER CONDITIONS REQUIRED YOUNG ENDEAVOUR TO CONTINUE MOTOR SAILING SOUTH. ON DECK SAIL HANDLING AND WATCH ROUTINES INCLUDING TRICKS ON THE HELM, ROUNDS AND OTHER SHIP KEEPING ACTIVITIES.

A GRAND NAVIGATION LECTURE DURING THE AFTERNOON WAS PROVIDED BY THE SHIPS NAVIGATOR WHICH INSPIRED MANY YOUTH CREW TO TACKLE THE CHART AND START FIXING. OVERNIGHT ALL WATCHES PROGRESSED WELL IN THESE ROUTINES AND YOUNG ENDEAVOUR ANCHORED AT ROBE FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO GO ASHORE, STRETCH THE LEGS AND PLAY SOME BEACH SPORT. EVERYONE WELL AND ENJOYING THE VOYAGE.

YOUTH CREW IMPRESSIONS

CHARLIE, HOBART. THIS IS A PRETTY AWESOME EXPERIENCE. ITS BEEN REALLY GREAT WITH THE FOOD GOOD EVEN THE SECOND TIME ROUND. YOU HAVE LOWS AND HIGHS ON THE VOYAGE BUT THE HIGHS RULE.

ALISON, CANBERRA.
WOW WHAT AN EXPERIENCE THIS HAS BEEN. WE WERE CLIMBING HIGH,
NAVIGATING AND DRIVING THE SHIP IN THE FIRST THREE DAYS. THE FOOD IS GREAT AND THE CREW EVEN BETTER AND I AM REALLY ENJOYING MY TIME HERE.

SARAH, MILDURA.
WE FIRST WALKED ON AS A GROUP OF PEOPLE AND WE HAVE BECOME A
TEAM. JOINED TOGETHER BY HIGH EXPERIENCES AND SEASICKNESS. AN AWESOME TIME WITH AWESOME PEOPLE.


YOURS AYE

BRENTON WITT
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, RAN
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR