South Passage Daily Report

CLIENT: Byron Bay High School

VOYAGE NUMBER: 20170314

FROM: Manly TO: Manly

DATE: 15 March 2017

POSITION: Tangalooma Wrecks, Moreton Island

Report by: White Watch

We woke up at six thirty in the morning. Firstly we had our cold breakfast and after we had a knot tying competition we tied the reef knot and the clove hitch. We had hot breakfast at seven. We had to split up into groups of six for the dingy to be dropped at the shipwrecks for snorkelling. There was four groups snorkelling. People saw turtles and so many types of fish.

We got to the ship at about twelve and had lunch. Once we left Tangalooma we started to raise the sail, then the rain started to bucket down. Then we split up into our watches blue, white and red. We had dinner at about six. We had different watches at night like eight to twelve, twelve to four etc.

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