Latitude: 
38° 23' South
Longitude: 
144° 34' East
Conditions: 
LIGHT S'LY BREEZE
PAST 24 HOURS

THE FRESH SOUTHERLY BREEZE HAS ABAITED PROVIDING AN EASING IN THE SEA CONDITIONS. YOUNG ENDEAVOUR ANCHORED IN REFUGE COVE AT WILSONS PROMONTORY EARLY AFTERNOON. THIS ALLOWED ALL ONBOARD TO EXPLORE A WONDER REGION OF AUSTRALIA.

ONCE ASHORE ALL PARTICIPATED IN BEACH SPORTS AND SOME ENJOYED A REFRESHING DIP BEFORE FEASTING ON THE WONDERFUL PIZZA AND PASTA DINNER. SHORTLY AFTERWARDS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR WEIGHED ANCHORE AND MADE GROUND TOWARDS THE RIP.

OVERNIGHT ALL WATCHES CONDUCTED DRILLS AND EVOLUTIONS SPECIFICALLY FOCUSED TO REFINE TEAM CO ORDINATION AND SELF RELIANCE. ALL WATCHES PREFORMED EXTREMELY WELL IN PREPARATION FOR COMMAND DAY. THIS MORNING EVRYONE GLEANED THE MEANING OF TWO SIX HEAVE.

ALL HANDS CLOSED UP TO TACKING STATIONS AND CONDUCTED THE FINAL SET OF DRILLS BEFORE ENTERING PORT PHILLIP BAY. ALL WELL.

YOURS AYE

BRENTON WITT
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, RAN
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR