Latitude: 
37° 9' South
Longitude: 
139° 46' East
Conditions: 
NOON POSITION

PAST 24 HOURS
FANTASTIC SAILING CONDITIONS OVERNIGHT WITH THE SQUARES BEING SET FOR THE FIRST TIME AND MAJORITY OF YOUTH CREW LAYING ALOFT TO EITHER
CASTING OFF OR SECURING GASKETS ON THE SQUARES. AT MIDNIGHT RED AND BLUE WATCHES WORE SHIP AND FURLED THE MAIN STAYSAIL DUE TO INCREASING WIND STRENGTH. EVERYONE CONTINUED EXTREMELY WELL WITH TRICKS ON THE
HELM, ROUNDS AND HANDLING THE INCREASED WEATHER CONDITIONS. THIS MORNING THE SHIP ANCHORED OFF ROBE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA FOR A WELL EARNED BREAK AND A CHANGE TO EXPLORE THE TOWNSHIP.

YOUTH CREW IMPRESSIONS

MEGAN WENTWORTH FALLS.
VERY PLEASED TO HAVE HAD NO TROUBLE WITH SEA SICKNESS, SO LOTS OF TIME HELPING THE OTHERS OUT. LOTS OF FUN IN THE GALLEY. CLIMBED
ALOFT, SET SOME SAILS. FANTASTIC EXPERIENCE, CANT WAIT TO SET SAIL AGAIN TOMORROW.

AARON, TASMANIA.
LAST NIGHT WAS GREAT, HAD VERY ROUGH WEATHER WITH HIGH WIND SPEED, CLIMBED THE MAIN MAST WHICH WAS VERY SCARY BUT EXCITING, HAVING A
BALL.


ALL THE BEST

LCDR BRENTON WITT
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR



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