Latitude: 
33° 51' South
Longitude: 
151° 15' East
Conditions: 
fine
NOON POSITION

SYDNEY HARBOUR

PAST 24 HOURS

COMMAND DAY

MEAGHAN, MELBOURNE: \COMMAND DAY HAS BEEN A CHALLENGE BUT NOW ON ITS COMPLETION THERE IS A SENSE OF ACHIEVEMENT FELT BY MOST OF THE CREW. I HAVE HAD A FANTASTC TIME ABOARD YOUNG ENDEAVOUR, A TIME I WILL REMEMBER AND CHERISH FOREVER. MY EXPERIENCES HAVE HELPED ME GROW AS A PERSON AND WILL HELP ME
IN MY FUTURE OBSTACLES. IT HAS BEEN A BLAST.\"

ARIELLE, SUNSHINE COAST: \"BEING A CREW MEMBER ON THE YOUNG ENDEAVOUR HAS BEEN A LIBERALTING EXPERIENCE AS EACH DAY YOU ARE PRESENTED WITH A NEW CHALLENGE TO OVER
COME. THROUGHOUT THE VOYAGE I HAVE GAINED MANY FOND MEMORIES AND NEW FRIENDSHIPS AND I RECCOMEND THE YOUNG ENDEAVOUR TO ANY YOUTH AS YOU GROW AS A PERSON THROUGH PERSONAL AND TEAM ACHEIVEMENTS.\"

COMMAND DAY POSITIONS

CAPTAIN SARAH
XO HEATH
NAVIGATOR KEN
WATCH OFFICER ANDREW
CHEF'S JODIE
MITCH
KAROLINA
WATCH LEADERS BIANCA
ALAN
LEIGH - ANNE


ALL THE BEST

LCDR BRENTON WITT, RAN
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR

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