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South Passage Daily Report

CLIENT: Redlands College


FROM: Manly TO: Manly

DATE: 16 February 2017

POSITION: Horseshoe Bay, Peel Island

Report by: Nicole Jamieson and Ryley Jefford

Today we boarded the South Passage and left Manly harbour around 9am. To begin with, we set up our beds and learnt about the emergency exits etc. plus had a briefing regarding the safety and rules about the boat. Once we left, it was quite cloudy to begin with and really humid. We had lunch which was a veggie meat burger and fruit which was yum. We then began to put the sails up in our watch and set sail. After about 2 – 3 hours of sailing we dropped anchor around 4:30pm and anchored in Horseshoe Bay at Peel Island.

Once there, we hopped into our swimmers and went jumping and swimming off the boat and it was it was very nice. After this, we had a knot tying competition and white watch won, the red and the blue came last sadly. To end our night, we ate dinner which was delicious. It was gravy, rice, chicken and veggies. Then we had a chill session and ate apple pie with custard which was amazing. Then we had to do a watch which was Ryley and Nicole who were the first session. In the end, we went to sleep around 9:30pm.

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