Captain's Log
13 September 2001

To Robe for a Coffee

After a few days at sea we arrived about an hour ago here in the anchorage off Robe. All being well we will remain here overnight and head ashore tomorrow for a few hours. Today was busy with lots of setting and furling of sails and tacking, a lecture on the traffic rules of the sea and sailing into the anchorage this afternoon.Fair winds and following seas to you all ��� hope it’s calm in your anchorageMatthew RoweYouth crew entry by Kim (20) from Rochester, Scase/Ian (18) from Cowra and Mungo (18) from Wentworth Falls.We are having an exceptional time. Seasickness in the youth crew (including Rags) has subsided. Found luxury items (ie: ice cream). Hi to all those who actually care, going to Robe tomorrow for coffee. See you all soon.


37° 9' South / 139° 46'


Situation at 1800: at anchor in Guichen Bay, Robe, South Australia. Wind 320 at 15kts. Temp 16c.