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South Passage Daily Report

CLIENT: Churchie Year 10

VOYAGE NUMBER:  20221121

FROM: Manly to Manly

DATE: 22 November 2022

POSITION:  Horseshoe Bay, Peel Is

REPORT BY: Red Watch

We exited the beds at 0100 hours for our watch. It was early and we were tired, but we pushed on. We grabbed the bearing tools and chose 3 markers in the ocean in order to successfully triangulate our location. We decided to complete the triangulation in the morning. We also filled out a book of part names of the ship. Following this, we returned to sleep.

After cereal at 0700 all the groups gathered to have a knot competition. We did the figure eight knot and the reef knot. We won both with times of 14 seconds for the figure eight and 48 seconds for the reef knot. Afterwards, we headed back to the coach cabin to eat a warm breakfast.

At 0830 hours everyone put up the sails in their watch groups as we set off for Big Sandhills for a swim. We arrived there at approximately 1200 hours where we jumped into the water to cool off. Later we set off for somewhere to sleep for the night, Peel Island, and put the sails down. As well as that we ended the day by going to the shore and doing a knot competition when we got back. We ended up winning one of the two competitions.

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