At Anchor, Bargara Beach, Command Day Part 2

At Anchor, Bargara Beach, Command Day Part 2

Ahoy you scurvy lubbers,Here to tell you about Command Day Part 2 is Captain Alan (assisted by Meischa):Informalities first…hello to all our friends and family following our voyage down the Whitsunday Coast!!!At 0001hrs last night, the boys were handed over the Captains Hat from the female command group and effectively the keys to the Young Endeavour. Starting off at a cracking pace, we were sailing with about 15 knots of wind under 5 sails and motoring along at about 6knots…considering our voyage to date has encountered minimal wind, this was an exciting development!Smashing through our first way point (and earning 50 points!), the youth crew and command team then proceeded to tack the ship, change course and headed to check point two and three. However within a matter of 2 1/2 hours the wind changed a full 180 degrees and the command team’s well laid plans were sunk to the bottom of the ocean. A quick change of course proved more difficult than doing your shoelaces up with your teeth (or so Alan says…) and we ended up in the doldrums…no mans land. We were stuck with no wind and the current dragging BACKWARDS!Our appeals to Captain Chris scored us the use of the ships engines for 45minutes at which point they mysteriously died”. Luckily the wind had picked up and the youth crew banded together and set 5 sails

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