Voyages in Young Endeavour are open to Australian youth aged 16-23.

Applicants must:
•be Australian citizens or permanent residents
•be aged 16-23 years on the day the voyage departs
•weigh less than 120kg
•be able to swim 50 metres
•be in good health

Due to the limitations of safety equipment aboard, persons greater than 120kg in weight will not be able to sail. All participants are weighed soon after embarkation when they are fitted for safety harnesses.

Please note there are certain medical conditions, including some controlled by medication, which preclude participation.
These include:
•Diabetes Mellitus
•Depression and Mental Illness treated by medication
•Severe Asthma
•Communicable Diseases such as Chicken Pox, Glandular Fever, German Measles, Hepatitis or HIV(AIDS)
•Broken or sprained limbs
•Pregnancy - if participation is considered inappropriate by the applicant's doctor

If you are selected for a voyage, your offer is provisional until you complete a health check with your own GP, which includes your doctor's approval for you to undertake the voyage. This may then be subject to further approval by the Navy Fleet Medical Officer.

Offers are provisional until applicants make full payment and all forms are completed, signed, returned and cleared by the Young Endeavour Youth Scheme.

A 20% deposit will be required on acceptance. This must be paid with 14 days.

Only one online application is accepted per person, however this application can be updated at any time. Applicants are encouraged to select multiple voyages on their application.

If you have any questions, please contact 1800 020 444 or email us for more information.