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South Passage Daily Report

CLIENT: Churchie Year 10 Group 2

VOYAGE NUMBER:  20211122

FROM: Manly to Manly

DATE: 25 November 2021

POSITION: Big Sandhills, Moreton Is

REPORT BY: Blue Watch

Today, what an eventful and exciting day it was. 

It all started with Cathy’s amazing unbeaten bacon and eggs; it was the perfect morning aboard the South Passage until things took a turn for the worse! A ginormous white whale showed us its ghostly gluteus maximus. Shortly after that we took advantage of our amazing rope tying. We used our full mental capacity to learn the ways of the art ‘rope tying’. The art opens many opportunities for the future, for example tying ropes, hanging more giant white whales.

During this amazing day we experienced the extremes of the wild ocean’s weather. From blue skies to torrential downpours, we raised the headsails during extreme cold winds and incredibly heavy rain we went through thick and thin to raise our headsails.

Our day was very eventful and started at the crack of dawn and has been an amazing day with our beautiful leader Katie. During this day we went 3 from 3 in the knot competitions and even broke a record with 8 boys finishing the figure of 8 in less than 11 seconds, our amazing leader Katie, she is even more competitive at knot competitions than we are.

During the time of sunset, we had a very nice swim off the ship and was a great refresher for all. Our day ended off with an incredible stir fry from the legendary cook Cath and we have now settled down and are hooking into some Oreos and a nice hot cup of tea with the lads.

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