ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS PAST 24 HOURS. THE SHIP CAME TO ANCHOR AT MIDDLE PERCY ISLAND -A MAGNIFICENT HAVEN IN THE CUMBERLAND GROUP.
DURING THE AFTERNOON LINE AND SAILING HANDLING DRILLS PROGRESSED VERY WELL WITH THE SHIP SUCCESSFULLY TACKING BEFORE THE EVENING MEAL.
PAST 24 HOURS

TWENTY FOUR YOUNG AUSTRALIANS JOINED THE SHIP IN MACKAY FOR AN ADVENTURE UNDER SAIL TO EXPAND THEIR HORIZONS. DUE TO THE STRONG
Once our half day sail guests departed yesterday the youth crew busied themselves with their End of Voyage Talks.
Yesterday afternoon the ship came to anchor on completion of Command Day near the appropriately named Round Top Island just south of Mackay.
After another delicious lunch, the youth crew continued their set and furl drills. This confirmed that they have all the necessary skills to sail YOUNG ENDEAVOUR for their Command Day.
Yesterday afternoon saw the winds moderate to 18 knots,providing some relief for several of the youth crew. A quiet
Yesterday afternoon YOUNG ENDEAVOUR continued motorsailing in light airs towards the Whitsunday Islands.
Yesterday YOUNG ENDEAVOUR anchored at 1244K at Horseshoe Bay,Magnetic Island. This magnificent bay allowed the youth crew the
The past 24 hours has been very busy for the youth crew. Line handling and deck safety continued throughout the afternoon, however was interrupted with the arrival of HMAS MELVILLE in our vicinity.