Captain's Log
15 December 2000

Super Seaman

After a calm night we emerged from Bass Strait and arrived off Gabo Island and shortly thereafter entered New South Welsh waters. We’ve spent three days at sea now, so we decided to have a break and head for Eden. The going has been good and the Youth Crew have performed exceptionally well, overcoming all challenges presented to them so far. They are getting on well and there is no fish-feeding going on, so everyone is in high spirits.This evening we went ashore to a secluded beach and played some sport, swam and relaxed. Tonight Super Seaman performs in the Cafe. Tomorrow we start early and continue our journey up the coast toward Sydney. The weather forecast predicts that we may need to motorsail if we are going to get moving north. Speak tomorrowAndrew Davis


37° 6' South / 149° 55'


Current situation at 1800: At anchor Twofold Bay, Eden. Temp 22C. Wind easterly at 10 knots.