Topic: STS Young Endeavour
Maritime Warfare Officer Course participants on deck aboard STS Young Endeavour.
Maritime Warfare Officers recently completed their first at sea training program in the Royal Australian Navy’s Sail Training Ship
Published on February 06, 2020 by Department of Defence (author), Image courtesy of YEYS (photographer)
Congratulations to our 14,000th youth crew member, Matthew Shelverton, and to the other 13,999 Australians who've made the Young Endeavour program such a success. Image courtesy of YEYS.
The 14,000th young Australian to embark in Sailing Training Ship
Young Endeavour has completed his 11-day voyage aboard the square-rigged tall ship.
STS Young Endeavour Staff Crew 2019: Young Endeavour ship’s company pictured at Garden Island, Sydney with Commanding Officer, LCDR Andrew Callander, centre back row.
It has been a busy year for the Navy operated Sail Training Ship
Young Endeavour - a whopping 377 young Australians aged 16-23 stepped aboard for one of 15 eleven-day voyages that saw the brigantine sail from Hobart and as far north as Cairns.
Commander Gavin Dawe and Mrs Gillian Renfrey attach Warrant Officer Guv Renfrey's rank slides.
Following 26 years of hard work and dedication in the Navy, Guv Renfrey received his well-earned promotion to Warrant Officer on 2 September 2019.
August 01, 2019 by Ms Natalie Staples (author), POIS Helen Frank (photographer), ABIS Jarrod Mulvihill (photographer)
Chilean Navy tall ship STS Esmeralda visits Fleet Base East in Sydney.
A flotilla of tall ships and a Royal Australian Navy guided missile frigate welcomed Chilean Navy tall ship Buque Escuela
Esmeralda to Sydney today.
Navy Cadet Finn Naylor poses for a photo with her fellow youthies in Newcastle aboard STS Young Endeavour.
Sixteen year old Finn Naylor got a taste for life at sea on an 11 day adventure under sail in the Navy operated tall ship STS
Royal Australian Navy Sail Training Ship (STS) Young Endeavour alongside Macquarie Wharf, Hobart,Tasmania.
Almost 2000 people took the opportunity to step on board the Royal Australian Navy operated sail training ship STS
Young Endeavour during the MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival in Hobart.
Commanding Officer Young Endeavour, Lieutenant Commander Andrew Callander (right) poses for a photo with the Commanding Officer of Young Endeavour’s sister ship, KLD Tunas Samudera, Commander Saharudin Bongsu in front of STS Young Endeavour in Williamstown.
When Commanding Officers of two sister ships come together, it’s common for them to share stories and compare their ships and the roles they perform.
Commander Mine Warfare, Clearance Diving, Hydrographic, Meteorological and Patrol Force, Captain Warren Bairstow poses for a photo with Young Endeavour Award recipient Ellé-Anna Mercer.
Young Endeavour sailed into Garden Island, Sydney on Wednesday 19 December, at the end of her final youth development voyage for 2018.
Young Endeavour Youth Scheme sailor, Dominic Erbacher (left) shows a student from San Clemente High School the winch system onboard the Young Endeavour in Newcastle, New South Wales.
Australia’s national sail training ship, STS
Young Endeavour has visited Newcastle where she welcomed aboard students from Kotara High School Special Needs Unit.