Latitude: 
32° 17' South
Longitude: 
152° 44' East
Conditions: 
LIGHT SW,LY BREEZE
PAST 24 HOURS

MOTOR SAILED OUT OF SYDNEY HARBOUR IN PERFECT WEATHER WITH LIGHT AND VARIABLE WINDS. ON DECK, WATCHES SET AND FURLED ALL STAYSAILS INCLUDING THE MAIN AND ALL SQUARES.

UNBELIEVABLE CONDITIONS OFF THE HEADS WITH NO SWELL AND THE SEA LIKE A PERFECT MIRROR.

ALL WATCHES FINALLY CLOSED UP TO TAKING STATIONS MID AFTERNOON TO PROVE THE WATCHBILL.

OVERNIGHT YOUNG ENDEAVOUR MOTOR SAILED NORTH WITH WATCHES CLOSED UP ENGAGED IN SAIL HANDLING, CLIMBING ALOFT, TRICKS ON THE HELM AND IN PAIRS CONDUCTING ROUNDS.

THIS MORNINGS BRIEF PROVIDED ALL WITH THE DAYS ROUTINE, A NEW SALTY SEA TERM AND A PROGRESS REPORT ON THE SHIPS TRACK OVERNIGHT.

EVERYONE WAS INTRODUCED TO ROPE RACES A HEALTHY INTERWATCH COMPETETION DESIGNED TO IMPROVE SHIPS KNOWLEDGE AND TEAMWORK.

ALL WELL

YOUTH CREW IMPRESSIONS

LIZ, SYDNEY TOM, DARWIN. BOARDED THE SHIP WITH NO EXPERIENCE AND BY NOW ONLY AFTER JUST 3 DAYS WE CAN SAIL, CLIMB THE MASTS, STEER AND NAVIGATE THE SHIP. EVEN WITHOUT OUR CREATURE COMFORTS WE HAVE HAD AN AWESOME TIME WITH OUR NEW FOUND FRIENDS.


YOURS AYE

BRENTON WITT
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, RAN
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR