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February 9, 2017
We are delighted to announce that SV Tenacious will be arriving in Wellington, New Zealand, on the 23rd May 2017 as part of a three-month programme in the country.  The arrival of SV Tenacious coincides with the establishment of The Jubilee Sailing Trust as a charity in New Zealand to help promote our mission of […]

January 10, 2017
    TNS477 2-12/1/17 Tue 10 January 2017   At 9am we departed our anchorage at Refuge Cove then motored through the scenic islands at the bottom of The Prom like the Anser Group. Captain Barbara thought they looked very Scottish in the grey sky !! Bosun Steve gave a very informative talk on different […]

January 10, 2017
TNS477 02-12/1/17 Mon 9th January 2017.   Anchored at Refuge Cove, Wilson’s Promontory. The Prom is the most southerly point of the Australian mainland in Victoria.  At 7am we were greeted by a pod of dolphins visiting the ship and a fishing boat coming past for a few photos of us !!  By 9am we […]

January 9, 2017
TN477, 02-12/1/17 Thursday 5 January – At 0900, 8 miles off the port of Eden, we handed sails and started motoring into this picturesque port, famous for its days as an old Whaling port. The Cruise ship “World” was anchored off as we made our entrance, before turning round and backing onto our berth. The […]

January 9, 2017
TN477, 02-12/1/17 Wednesday 4 January – By 0800 the wind was SE’ly and we set Lower Topsails and turned the engines off. The sun was shining, and straight after the morning meeting we set all 10 square sails. Tenacious was looking splendid as we sailed down the NSW coast, the motion improving all the time. […]

January 9, 2017
TN477, 02-12/1/17 Tuesday 3 January – The S’ly wind had gone down to 15 knots by Noon. After a fire drill and happy hour I gathered the crew to explain how we would sail off the anchor, without using the engines, and we braced the yards in readiness. The pilot boarded at 1230 and we […]

January 9, 2017
TN477, 02-12/1/17 Monday 2 January – The Voyage Crew were on board promptly enabling briefings and ‘Hands Aloft’ to take place before dinner at 1800. The pilot joined at 1820, keen to leave as he had another ship to take out of port. We departed the berth at 1845 and anchored in Rose Bay at […]

January 9, 2017
LN911, 6-16/1/17 The voyage started on a blustery day in Las Palmas, with all voyage crew making it to the ship successfully and getting settled in. Introductions were made and a briefing for what we were letting ourselves in for was given. Dinner was served promptly afterwards and people inevitably migrated to the bar. On […]

January 9, 2017
LN910 Tuesday 3rd January 2017 (13:23) We docked in La Palma at 16:00. To get the ship to shore we did tacking, wearing and box hauling – the latter a first time for many on board including the Captain! However, before we did these manoeuvres we had to have a brief team talk from the […]

January 9, 2017
LN910 New Year’s Eve On New Year’s Eve, we woke up on choppy waters, causing most of the crew to quickly head to medical for seasickness tablets before the day began. We all settled in for breakfast with an air of excitement for what the night would hold, and with the promise of a new […]

December 19, 2016
TNS 475, 8-14/2016 We have arrived!! Sydney surely ranks as one of the world’s most iconic places to enter from the sea. Both permanent and voyage crew enjoying the thrill and spectacle of sailing a ‘tall ship’ through the ‘heads’ and right into heart of the city, passing by the famous landmark of the Opera […]

December 19, 2016
Tenacious, 8-14/12/2016 A bit of a rough night weather-wise – a few people going a bit green bout the gills – but becoming calmer with resultant happy rosy faces. At approximately 9pm we “braced the yards” to lessen the effect of the oncoming wind. We were heading due North during an otherwise fairly uneventful overnight […]

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