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South Passage Daily Report

CLIENT: Gold Youth Fraser Island Voyage

VOYAGE NUMBER:  20230114

FROM: Manly to Manly

DATE: 15 January 2023

POSITION: Port Bundaberg Marina

REPORT Blue Watch

We woke up at 5:30 to set sail from Tangalooma at 6am. Breakfast was toast, hash browns and spaghetti. It was overcast and halfway almost raining the entire day. We were sailing through the choppy waters the entire day. We also slept. For lunch we had hamburgers, beef stew for dinner and cheesecake for dessert as prepared by our most loved Cath.

Blue Watch woke up at midnight for our 4-hour watch while we were sailing through the night. We went back to sleep at 4am and woke for breakfast, which was pancakes. They were the most delectable and mouth-watering pancakes known to mankind.  

There was a heavy wind warning that came in during the morning, so the skipper changed course from Lady Musgrave Island, to Lady Elliott Island and then to Bundaberg.

Lunch was burritos. Blair said it was spicy. It was not spicy.

We got to the Bundaberg marine port marina and moored after a 32 hour straight sail from Moreton Island.

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