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Commencement: 25 October 2014
The ship will depart from Hobart at Elizabeth Pier at 9.30am (Students need to be boarded by 9:00am).
Do not book any flights until your voyage is confirmed.
Conclusion: 1 November 2014
The ship will arrive at the selected destination (TBC) at noon.
Do not book your flights home any earlier than 4pm.
You will be required to do some preparation prior to the trip via CloudDeakin. We will post information about the ship, the names of sails and ropes etc. to save time on board.
You will also be provided with an Audacious Leadership Logbook and pencil.
Stowage space is limited and a soft bag is preferable to a hard suit case. The emphasis should be on working clothes that layer up for warmth in cold windy weather but also to provide protection from the sun. It is not necessary to buy any special gear for the voyage.
Please ensure that if you bring prescription medication with you that it is in the original container and its use is clearly labelled.
The days are likely to be fine and sunny but the nights will be cold, so you should pack thermals. The ship provides the best quality storm proof wet weather gear available to all crew. At sea, the weather can change rapidly (that's where the Shakespeare expression 'a sea change' comes from), so it's good to dress in layers. You can check the weather at any time by logging on to the Bureau of Meteorology home page.
|1 Sun hat|
|Footwear||2 pairs of old shoes: soft rubber soled shoes eg deck shoes / jogging shoes, as shoes can get very wet|
|3 pairs of socks|
|Jacket||1 Windproof jacket|
|Jumpers||2 Thick jumpers|
|Pants||2 pairs of loose fitting jeans, heavy cotton pants or track suit pants
Tight fitting pants are not suitable for working in the rigging
|Shirts||2 Long sleeved shirts - Rugby shirts or skivvies are ideal|
|Bedding||Light sleeping bag|
|Toiletries||Brush/comb, toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, towel, deodorant, tissues and lip balm|
|Thick woollen tights||Great for cold nights|
|Camera||Many good photograph|
|Musical instrument||if they are large like a guitar you may have to sleep with it!!|
|Plastic bags||for dirty clothes|
|A pair of sailing gloves||You can get them at any yacht shop or ships chandlers approx $20. They will stop your hands from getting blisters from the ropes as well as keeping them warm. We recommend the type that have an open ended finger and thumb so you can do fine work, whilst keeping the other fingers closed for warmth|
|Thermal underwear||They are light and easy to wash and dry|