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Enterprize voyage

02 Dec 2015

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Local tall ship Enterprize has had a busy few weeks, journeying through Bass Strait to Portland.

Departing Victoria Harbour on November 15, the topsail schooner visited King Island, Warrnambool and Port Fairy on her voyage to Portland.

The ship spent a week in Portland, conducting sails and welcoming visits from school and community groups.

Some 11 schools visited the ship during the week, with more than 400 students learning about the history of the original Enterprize and gaining an insight into what sailing on an 1830s ship was like.

A group of students will also participate in sail training on board the ship on its return journey to Docklands.

The group of students will learn the basics of sailing and seacraft and experience the difficulty of living in close quarters.

The journey back to Melbourne will include sailing by the seal colony on Lady Julia Percy Island and a visit to King Island.

Enterprize will be back in Docklands on December 7.

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