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Raymond J.S.Hay
22nd May 2011, 07:51 AM
Ships Name and Service RecordFull Name
Raymond J.S.Hay Discharge Book Number
R665016 Department
Catering Your Rank/Rating
Catering Boy
Ass.Steward,
2nd.Cook/Baker.
Chief Cook
Catering Officer
Purser. Ships
Beaconsfield
Alfred Everard
Thallepus
British Realm,
BritishTenacity

Tony Randerson
29th July 2015, 03:22 PM
Was on BP Tankers. 1967 to 1972 British Prestige, bombardier, diplomat, Hazel, mallard, commodore, signal as an engine room rat.

Doc Vernon
29th July 2015, 09:55 PM
Welcome to the site Raymond, and thank you for listing your details and Ships !

Hope that the site will provide lots for you to keep you interested and busy!
Nice to have you aboard!
Relax and enjoy!
Cheers

Dan Turner
7th June 2016, 08:10 PM
Hello, just joined and I was on the British Hazel Aug 1966 to May 1967 as an engineer cadet then British officer July 67 -Jan 68 as a junior engineer.

I would like to try and contact any ship mates from that time and any photos for my grand kids would be very welcome.

best wishes Dan Turner

Gulliver
7th June 2016, 11:10 PM
[QUOTE=Dan Turner;232278]Hello, just joined and I was on the British Hazel Aug 1966 to May 1967 as an engineer cadet then British officer July 67 -Jan 68 as a junior engineer.

I would like to try and contact any ship mates from that time and any photos for my grand kids would be very welcome.QUOTE]


Hi Dan T. Welcome Aboard! Looks like you sailed in one of the newest and one of the oldest BP tankers at that time!
Noticeable is the change in design over just 9 years in these two similar sized tankers.

BRITISH HAZEL (ON 305982) Motor tanker,15 knots,19,440 deadweight tonnes.Completed 5/64 by Swan Hunter,Richardson,Wallsend
Subsequent History: Sold 82 to Saudi Arabia PETROSTAR XVII - 83 NEJMAT EL PETROL XVII - 88 FAL XXII - Sold to UAE 89 AL HAMRIA - 90 FAL XVIII
Broken Up Alang 1/2003

BRITISH OFFICER (ON 186176) Motor tanker,13.5 kts,15,839 dwt.Completed 1/1955 by Hamilton,Glen Yard
Subsequent History Broken Up Castellon 5/1973.
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