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    The Tringriz Voyage
    From: Anthony Fountain
    Date: 1998 Apr 01, 3:59 PM

    G'day crew,
    Just a short note to let you know that our website covering The Tringriz
    Voyage is now up and running.
    The site address is .
    It will cover our voyage from Sydney Australia, up the east coast of
    Australia through the Great Barrier Reef, across the Gulf of Carpentaria
    to Darwin and then from Darwin to Ambon,Indonesia.
    We will be quoting my hero, Captain James Cook's, actual log in his 1770
    voyage in the Endeavour and I will be relying on both celestial and GPS
    navigation as the leg from Darwin to Ambon will be my examination for my
    AYF Yachtmaster Ocean rating.
    You can "log on" as one of the crew and recieve regular email updates
    from both my log (as Captain) and my wife Pams (as First Mate with the
    womans view of this nautical business) log (PJ's Diary).
    Any feedback on the site would be appreciated from those who have the
    time and/or inclination to look at it.
    Safe sailing,
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