Topic: STS Young Endeavour

Max speed for Young Endeavour

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Youth Crew onboard STS Young Endeavour. (photo: Ms Natalie Staples)

Youth Crew onboard STS Young Endeavour.

The RAN-crewed brigantine STS Young Endeavour has reached her maximum design speed under sail in ideal conditions off Newcastle recently.

 

Change at the helm for Young Endeavour

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Lieutenant Commander Mike Gough handing over command of STS Young Endeavour to Lieutenant Commander Andrew Callander. (photo: Unknown)

Lieutenant Commander Mike Gough handing over command of STS Young Endeavour to Lieutenant Commander Andrew Callander.

Sail Training Ship Young Endeavour has had a change at the top, with Lieutenant Commander Mike Gough handing over command to Lieutenant Commander Andrew Callander.

Young Endeavour posting ends for Navy birdie

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Watch Leader, Leading Seaman Megan Horne onboard STS Young Endeavour as they sail into Darling Harbour in Sydney (photo: ABIS Tara Byrne)

Watch Leader, Leading Seaman Megan Horne onboard STS Young Endeavour as they sail into Darling Harbour in Sydney

The first birdie to serve in STS Young Endeavour will fly back to HMAS Albatross when her posting to the sail training tall ship ends later this month.

Young Endeavour celebrates 30 years

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STS Young Endeavour arrives at Fleet Base East in Sydney on her 30th birthday. (photo: )

STS Young Endeavour arrives at Fleet Base East in Sydney on her 30th birthday.

The Royal Australian Navy operated Sail Training Ship Young Endeavour celebrated 30 years of challenging and inspiring young Australians at Fleet Base East on Thursday 25 January 2018.

Young Endeavour to join the Rolex Sydney to Hobart Fleet

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The Royal Australian Navy operated Sail Training Ship (STS) Young Endeavour will sail in the 2017 Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. (photo: UNKNOWN)

The Royal Australian Navy operated Sail Training Ship (STS) Young Endeavour will sail in the 2017 Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.

STS Young Endeavour is joining a race on every sailor’s bucket list, the Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.

Young Endeavour races to 30th birthday

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STS Young Endeavour heading towards Fremantle Port after her year-long circumnavigation of the world in 2015. (photo: Unknown)

STS Young Endeavour heading towards Fremantle Port after her year-long circumnavigation of the world in 2015.

The countdown is on as the Royal Australian Navy operated tall ship Young Endeavour approaches her 30th birthday, with celebrations planned in Sydney.

Youth development voyage inspires career

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TS Paluma cadet Lachlan Smets onboard STS Young Endeavour (photo: Unknown)

TS Paluma cadet Lachlan Smets onboard STS Young Endeavour

An Australian Navy Cadet from Training Ship Paluma has his eyes firmly focused on a career in Navy as a boatswains mate, having completed a recent voyage on the Sail Training Ship Young Endeavour from Brisbane to Mackay.

Lucky number 13,000 on Young Endeavour

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Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Commander Gavin Dawe with the 13,000th young Australian to sail on STS Young Endeavour, Mr Grant Crowley.  (photo: Unknown)

Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Commander Gavin Dawe with the 13,000th young Australian to sail on STS Young Endeavour, Mr Grant Crowley.

Almost 30 years on from her arrival in Australia, Navy’s sail training ship Young Endeavour has welcomed her 13,000th youth crew member, with 20-year-old Grant Cowley from Margate in Queensland the young Australian to benefit from the milestone voyage.

Sailing through youth development

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Young Endeavour Youth Scheme sailor, Miss Rhiannon Castle, aboard STS Young Endeavour during a community day sail in Sydney Harbour. (photo: LSIS Tom Gibson)

Young Endeavour Youth Scheme sailor, Miss Rhiannon Castle, aboard STS Young Endeavour during a community day sail in Sydney Harbour.

A program between the Navy Cadets and the Young Endeavour Youth Scheme has given one aspiring sailor a birthday present she will never forget.

Career change smooth sailing for Navigator

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Young Endeavour Community Day Sail. (photo: LSIS Tom Gibson)

Young Endeavour Community Day Sail.

Navy life can be fast-paced, but for one ship, it’s all about the journey.