Young Endeavour August 2022 - Voyage 9/22
Sponsored by the Salvation Army and funded by Sydney Cove Rotary and AMWS as part of their joint Trevor Howarth Memorial Scholarship scheme, Zoe recently successfully completed Voyage 9/22 on Young Endeavour. On Day 9 "Command Day", Zoe acted as a Watch Leader. Zoe's report on her experiences throughout the voyage can be read in the file below.
AMWS Jim Israel Scholarship. Feedback from Natasha. March 2021
Natasha described her experiences on board Young Endeavour as;
"The experience was a life changing adventure. Before the voyage, I was excited but unsure what to expect. During the 10 days, I was faced with many new challenges including:
- Climbing the mask
- Cooking meals for around 20 people
- Driving the ship in the middle of the ocean
- Working as a team to get through watches throughout the night
The time away gave me the opportunity to reflect on how strong of a person I am and how resilient and persistent I can be when overcoming challenges. I am looking forward to taking what I have learnt from the experience and using it in all aspects of my life. I would like to say thank you to AMWS for this opportunity, it was truly the best"!
Well done to both Natasha and Braedon
AMWS Jim Israel Scholarship: Feedback from Braedon. March 2021
As a Jim Israel Scholarship recipient, Braedon completed his voyage on the STS Young Endeavour at the end of March 2021.
Braedon described his experiences on board as follows:
"i would 100000000% recommend this to other young youthies and again thank you very much for this great opportunity".
Braedon's full comments can be read in the attached file.
STS One & All: April Voyage 2019
Amber and Jena completed their AMWS sponsored voyage on the STS One & All in April 2019. Both girls said their experiences on board were fantastic.
Their voyage reports can be read in the attached file.
STS Young Endeavour: Voyage 19 of October, 2018
AS part of the Trevor Haworth Memorial Scholarship programme, jointly funded by Sydney Cove Rotary and AMWS, Lenor successfully completed her voyage on the Young Endeavour in October 2018.
Her report on her onboard experiences can be read in the file below.
STV One & All: August 2018
Cameron recently completed a voyage on the Adelaide based sail training vessel One & All.
Cameron's comments about his experiences on board can be read at the bottom of this page.
STV Windeward Bound: July 2018
Eli recently completed his voyage on the Hobart based sail training vessel "Windeward Bound". Eli's full report about his experiences on board can be read in the attached file immediately below.
STS Young Endeavour: May 2018
As part of the Trevor Haworth Memorial Scholarship, Sydney Cove Rotary Club and the Australian Mariners Welfare Society recently sponsored a voyage on board STS Young Endeavour to Stepping Stone House resident, Patrick.
Patrick's excellent report on his voyage experiences can be accessed by opening the following file.
Well done Patrick.
STV Leeuwin: 2018
STS Windeward Bound 2017 & 2018
Comments from young Australians who have recently completed tall ship sail training programmes sponsored by AMWS.
"The opportunity to go on a ship like this was a whole new experience which I am extremely glad to have taken up". Cameron's comment about his 5 day voyage experience on STS One & All on his return to Adelaide. Cameron 2018
When I came off the ship at the end of the trip, it really felt like I done something amazing. Thank you for letting me experience a once in a lifetime opportunity, to be one of the lucky few to be on board the STS Young Endeavour. - Patrick 2018
"I would strongly recommend this trip to anyone no matter what their background ......you will be able to gain something great from the experience." - Charlie 2018
I’ve climbed to the top of the main mast and read a message that only a few get to see. I’ve steered through a passage at Cape Naturalist and I’ve steered in the pitch black of night. I’ve scrubbed the deck and coiled ropes a million times. I was a Leeuwin Trainee!. - Shawn 2018
"This Voyage further opened my eyes at life at sea, and how important working as a team really is. I can safely speak for most people when I say that we were pushed too, and even passed our normal boundaries." - Johnny 2017
"I would gladly go back to the sea once more. I like to say that I'm seasick; homesick for the sea." - Emily 2017
"Knowledge were tested and unexpected leaders rose to the challenge. We all were brought together and used everyone's knowledge to make sure command day went smoothly. - Georgia 2017