Latitude: 
26° 22' South
Longitude: 
153° 6'
Conditions: 
At anchor off Noosa , Wind: SW @ 5 kts
Situation at 20:00-

Command day for Voyage V13/02 is tomorrow and the Youth Crew are busy making preparations and developing their plan to carry out their
assigned mission. Today saw the Youth Crew put through their paces proving that they have learned the basic skills to safely conduct the
Command day. Sail setting and furling drills, as well as demonstration tacks occupied most of the day. The Blue Queensland sky didn't provide any shade and after several hours of hard work on deck all hands were only too happy to hear \the pool\" piped open.

The Youth Crew have completed their Command day elections and the night watches have been set.They are looking forward to tomorrow's
challenge of taking command of a Tallship for 24 hours, something none of them could have considered possible only a week ago. With any
luck, the weather will cooperate and provide a suitable wind for them to sail YOUNG ENDEAVOUR from Noosa to Caloundra, passing through
several waypoints along the way.


Thought of the day: Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much,because they live in the gray twilight that knows no victory nor defeat. Theodore Roosevelt.

Yours, Aye

John Cowan"