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Announcement: 2019 Returnee Voyage!

by Young Endeavour 26 Nov 2018 19:52 PST
2019 Returnee Voyage © Young Endeavour

Are you in need of a tall ship fix? Young Endeavour Youth Scheme is excited to announce that applications are open for the "Not the Sydney to Hobart" voyage.

Young Endeavour will sail from Sydney to Hobart 1 - 7 Feb 19. On the 8 Feb 19 we'll take part in a Parade of Sail for the MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival, after which the voyage ends.

The voyage is $2,000 (GST inclusive). Travel and transfers to and from the ship are not included in the fee.

Anyone who has previously sailed on Young Endeavour and is aged 18 - 30 is eligible to apply. The ballot will be drawn in mid-December, so get you applications in!

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