South Passage Daily Report

CLIENT: Lockyer District SH

VOYAGE NUMBER:  20180316

FROM: Manly TO: Manly

DATE: 17 March 2018

POSITION: Tangalooma wrecks

REPORT BY: Blue Watch

This morning blue watch woke up at 6:00 and had a cold breakfast at 7:00 and a hot breakfast at 7:30. This took place at the Manly harbour and we then left for our voyage to Tangalooma. During the 4 hour trip we did a mix of sailing techniques that are crucial for a sufficient voyage. Some of these techniques were raising the Jib and Staysail sails, tacking the sails, putting and taking the backstays on and off.

During the breaks we learnt how to tie different knots, which followed with a knot tying competition, a win for the blues, yay! We finished the day with a relaxing swim, and a run up a sand dune- which was extremely difficult.

We then ate dinner watching the sunset over the shipwreck, a course of warm chicken drumsticks nested in between rice, gravy, peas and carrot. Following desert, a few of us hung out at the front of the boat which was then disturbed by the teachers. Cards against humanity was played below deck.

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