We went on watch at 10 pm last night with our watch leader Fiona and there was so little to do because we were on anchor watch so Fiona decided to teach us rope knots, sign language and telling us the worst jokes in creation. This morning we woke up to a very pleasant day and we set sail from Sark on our last voyage to Jersey. After smoko we had the unpleasant task of cleaning the ship which a lot of people disliked intensely. After lunch we had to take down all the sails so we will bring the ship into port by motor. And later on this evening our whole watch are going ashore for dinner. Right now we're on watch again, Peter steering, course 160, trying to avoid all the lobster pots. Amy and Lucy, our youngest girls on board, are climbing to the top of the mast to have a look for lobster pots.