South Passage Daily Report

CLIENT: General Public Voyage

VOYAGE NUMBER:  20180707

FROM: Cairns TO: Cairns

DATE: 8 July 2018

POSITION: Sudbury Reef

REPORT BY: White Watch

Today we woke up to the sound of horrible bugle playing by the white watch (lovely).  We left Fitzroy island and the ship heeled (leaned on its side) and bashed around on the waves. Some crew enjoyed standing at the bow of the ship and feeling the full force of the waves, as they fell and rose (exciting, wet and very very wet).

The ship was moored at Sudbury reef which has a little sand cay island. Crew were taken to the island by a dingy five at a time and were allowed to snorkel, swim and explore the island. The beach on the island was full of white coral and shells. It hurt when the sand was blown on your legs by strong winds. Now we want to go to bed but we are stuck here writing this report so enjoy it or else…

1 Comment

  1. Libby on July 9, 2018 at 10:23 pm

    sleep well seafarers

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