My last dispatch had our intrepid Youth Crew rapidly approaching their first goal of Three Hummock Island in very fresh winds.
Last night the Youth Crew elected their Command Team et al and prepared their plan to meet today's challenge.
We enjoyed a good overnight sail with fresh south east winds but unfortunately still had to motor sail a fair bit because of speed, time and distance constraints.
1800h
The changing wind conditions have put the Youth Crew through their paces and they are measuring up well.
The last 24 hours have gone well. Overnight everyone made it aloft to the topgallant and started to make the ship home.
At 1600, our Youth Crew all aboard, we cast off lines and departed Elizabeth Street Pier, Hobart for Voyage 1 of 2001, marking the start of Young Endeavour's Centenary Circumnavigation of Australia.
Ahoy me Hearties,

We came to anchor in the outer harbour at Coff's this morning at 1100, and
the place has just put the weather on for us. It is a sunny 22 degrees and