Past Voyages Tag

Ahoy Shipmates,Please find attached Captains Log Part 2 from the Command Day Youth Crew Captains Pete & Mitch. You will also find some other entries from some of the other YC members of Voyage 15-08.Yours AyeCaptain GavCAPTAINS LOG PART 2Gday Everyone,We are still alive! And...

Ahoy Shipmates,Please find attached Captains Log narrative from Youth Crew Captain PhilYours AyeCaptain GavCaptains Log6/02/2008The First 12 hours of command day!!!At 10am today Captain Gav handed the keys for the Young Endeavour over to the new Captains Beth and Phil; who were ably assisted by...

Ahoy there everyone,This is Young Endeavour's youth Captain Scott writing the log for the first night of Command Day. After a wonderful sunrise this morning and the last of the youth crossing over to phase two of climbing aloft, preparations were made this morning for...

Ahoy Shipmates,The wind eased during the morning to around 20 knots from the South and at sunrise we were near Jervis Bay. YC preparations for Command Day were well advanced, so we shaped course for the anchorage at the Northern end of the Bay near...

From Youth Crew Bec:Yesterday evening we returned from our brief hiatus on Frasier Island to a BBQ aboard deck. Everyone was re-energised by their time ashore and enjoyed dinner on deck against a perfect sunset. Last night was spent at anchor, affording the youth crew...

PAST 24 HOURSCOMMAND DAY RUN DOWNCAPTAIN - SARAHEXECUTIVE OFFICER - NEILYNAVIGATORS - TESSA, CARLY, JOHNOFFICER OF THE WATCH (AND SUPER HELMSMAN) - DYLANRED WATCH LEADER - MACCABLUE AND WHITE WATCH LEADERS - ASSORTEDGOURMENT COOKS - OLLIE, GINGY, AAZACOMMAND DAY BEGAN WITH THE HANDOVER OF THE...

Ahoy there everyone,Welcome to day three on our adventure under sail. The ship continued sailing north east overnight under fore and aft sails making good seven knots in heavy seas and 30 knots winds on a close reach port tack, through Bass Strait. The Youth...

Ahoy there everyone, A well deserved nights alongside Queens Wharf was had by all. I guarantee everyone onboard slept very soundly and for good reason, most were exhausted from Command Day. We embarked 48 guests, the majority of which were associated with the San Clemente Catholic...

Ahoy there shipmates,Last night was one of the most challenging nights the youth crew has faced so far on the journey. We struggled to keep the ship steering straight in the high winds and had to perform two wears during the night which involved waking...

Ahoy there Shipmates,After a restful night at anchor off Rye Sail Master Paul woke us at 0700 for a quick game of ‘Evolution’ before breakfast. The youth crew were mustered at 0750 for the ceremony of ‘colours’ which was followed by the morning brief which...

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