Latitude: 
34° 12' South
Longitude: 
151° 13' East
Conditions: 
SLIGHTLY OVERCAST
PAST 24 HOURS

GREAT SAILING CONDITIONS WITH ALL YOUTH CREW APPRECIATING THE TERM SQUARE RIG SAILING. ALL SQUARES SAILS SET RUNNING ON A BROAD REACH PROVIDED EVERYONE WITH A MAGNIFICENT EXPERIENCE. OVERNIGHT PLENTY OF SAIL HANDLING WITH A SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON TEAM WORK DEVELOPMENT.

EVERYONE ENJOYED A REFRESHING DIP IN THE OCEAN MID MORNING BEFORE MAKING GROUND NORTH. ALL VERY WELL AND MAINTAINING EXTREMELY HEALTHY APPETITES.

YOUTH CREW IMPRESSIONS

BRIDEY, SYDNEY
THIS IS A REALLY DIFFERENT EXPERIENCE TO ANYTHING I'VE DONE BEFORE.
ITS HARD GETTING USED TO LIVING IN A RESTRICTED PLACE IN THE MIDDLE
OF NOWHERE AND HAVING ABNORMAL SLEEP PATTERNS - I'M ON GUTS WATCH TONIGHT... 12-4AM. BUT I'M HAVING A GREAT TIME AND LEARNNING SO MUCH.

ANGIE, SYDNEY
THE NAVIGATION IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ASPECTS OF SAILING A
SHIP. I WOULD LIKE TO BE THE NAVIGATOR ON COMMAND DAY BECAUSE I LIKE THE THRILL OF WORKING HARD TO GET THINGS RIGHT. IF I PULL IT OFF ON THE DAY IT WILL MEAN I WOULD HAVE OVERCOME ONE OF THE GREATEST CHALLENGES OF MY LIFE SO FAR.

ANTONI, WAGGA WAGGA
JUMING OFF THE SIDE OF THE SHIP TO GO FOR A SWIM OFF THE COAST OF SYDNEY WAS A HIGHLIGHT OF THE VOYAGE I WONT SOON FORGET.

YOURS AYE

BRENTON WITT
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, RAN
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR