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Don't miss your chance to sail in 2019!

by Young Endeavour 28 Nov 2018 03:56 GMT
Don't miss your chance to sail in 2019! © Young Endeavour

Get your applications in for 2019 voyages! First round offers are out for V01/19 and V02/19. To maximise your chance of securing a berth, apply for as many voyages as you can!

  • V01/19 Sydney - Melbourne - (04 Jan - 14 Jan 19)
  • V02/19 Melbourne - Sydney - (17 Jan - 27 Jan 19)
  • V03/19 Sydney - Hobart - (01 Feb - 07 Feb 18) - Returnee Voyage
  • V04/19 Hobart - Sydney - (14 Feb - 24 Feb 19)
  • V05/19 Sydney - Newcastle - (15 Apr - 25 Apr 19)
  • V06/19 Newcastle - Brisbane - (28 Apr - 08 May 19)
  • V07/19 Brisbane - Mackay - (11 May - 21 May 19)
  • V09/19 Cairns - Airlie Beach - (13 Jun - 23 Jun 19)
  • V10/19 Airlie Beach - Gladstone - (26 Jun - 06 Jul 19)
  • V11/19 Gladstone - Brisbane - (09 Jul - 19 Jul 19)
  • V12/19 Brisbane - Sydney - (22 Jul - 01 Aug 19)
A standard voyage is priced at $1,950 including GST and includes all meals, accomodation and training. Participants also receive a Young Endeavour shirt, hat, sailing gloves, kit bag and a voyage handbook. Travel and transfers to and from the ship aren't included.

For more information visit our website. Want to apply? Click here.

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