Ahoy shipmates. As Ryan and Sophie have so eloquently described today's events, I'll keep it short.
Ahoy shipmates...welcome to Day 3 and some dry land action. After a comfortable overnight passage from Port Arthur, we arrived at anchor in Wineglass Bay around 0730 this morning.
Ahoy shipmates...well after a lumpy overnight transit we made it to Port Arthur early this morning...much to the relief of a number of the youth crew who were paid a visit by the green goblin (sea sic
Ahoy shipmates and welcome to Voyage 4/19. Young Endeavour has been in Hobart supporting the Wooden Boats Festival and we have had a fantastic time, as we alway do in Tasmania (bit cool though!).
Ahoy shipmates...last night of the voyage. Tomorrow we finish the voyage with the Wooden Boats Festival Parade of Sail, before berthing at 1430 and bidding farewell to the Youth Crew.
Ahoy shipmates...short and sweet from me tonight...suffice to say we have had an amazing day under sail(see below).
Ahoy shipmates...after another comfortable night at sea under the charge of the Youth Crew, we anchored in Wineglass Bay...and the rest, as they say, is history (see below).
Ahoy shipmates...Bass Strait...easy! (this time - we've gotta go back!). After a very pleasant overnight transit and some early morning rain, Day 4 has been nothing short of spectacular.
Ahoy shipmates...Day 3...a beauty. After a relatively comfortable transit overnight, we have made good ground to the south under a full press of square sails and following seas/breeze.
Ahoy shipmates...well I am pleased to report that a change in the weather (northerlies) has led to more comfortable conditions, and a far healthier and happier crew (staff and youthies alike).