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David John Atkinson
5th September 2011, 11:19 AM
Ships Name and Service RecordFull Name
David John Atkinson Discharge Book Number
R813723 Department
Radio Your Rank/Rating
Radio Officer.REO/ETO (Engineer) Ships

Benhope 1966,

Chirripo 1966,

Macaulay 1967,

Trinculo 1967,

Richard de Larrinaga 1967-1969,

Iberic 1969,

Halia 1969,

Hemitrochus 1969-1970,

Halia 1970,

Darina 1970,

Hyria 1970-1971,

E Hornsby Wasson 1972,

Mysia 1972-1973,

Mobil Pegasus 1973,

Mobil Libya 1973-1974,

Serenia 1975,

Solen 1975,

Megara 1975,

Donacilla 1976,

lampas 1976/77,

Flammulina 1977,

Port Hawkesbury 1978,

Port Quebec 1978/79,

Fort Calgary 1979,

CP Voyageur 1980,

CP Trader 1980,

Lord Strathcona 1980/83,

RA Emerson 1984,

Lord Strathcona 1984,

W A Mather 1984,

Fort carleton 1984/85,

Fort Frontenac 1985,

Fort Dufferin 1986,

Canmar Venture 1986,

Fort Providence 1986,

Belais 1988,

Ebalina 1988,

Erinna 1988/89,

Lepeta 1989/90,

Leonia 1990,

Zaphon 1991,

Zidona 1992,

Siliqua 1992,

Zidona 1993,

Isocardia 1993/1994,

Bekulan 1994,

Lima 1994/95,

LNG Port Harcourt 1995,

Ebalina 1996,

Ghawar 1996,

Ramlah 1996/97,

Hawtah 1997,

Pherkad Star 1997/1998,

Markab Star 1998/2000,

Cable Retriever 2000,

Maersk Recorder 2000,

Wave Mercury 2001

Tony Fowler
23rd January 2017, 09:19 PM
Hi David I was on the Halia in 1969/1970 also on the Hemitrochus 1969/1970 was a catering/galley boy, do you know where these ships sailed during these 2 years I remember going to Saigon and Singapore I was to young to note all the places we went .
I can remember purchasing a dug out canoe and keeping it on board also had a grass monkey but not sure if that was on the Aulica.

John Albert Evans
23rd January 2017, 09:37 PM
The Hemitrochus was at first an Eagle Oil Tanker named the San Emiliano before Shell took them over.

John

David John Busveids
27th January 2018, 08:06 PM
Hi David

I was on the Fort providence 84/85. From what I remember a very good trip. Great ports, people and no equipment failures either - a rarity. I was employed by either Quadrant Marine or INRCO at the time - Rita Roth was the boss who used to work for KH.

Des Taff Jenkins
28th January 2018, 04:04 AM
Hi David.
Welcome to the site hope you enjoy your stay and join in with the posts. Nice line up of ships there, we have a few Radio officers on board some of whom you may have been in contact with while at sea.
cheers Des

Doc Vernon
28th January 2018, 07:53 AM
Hello David Welcome to the site and thanks for giving your Crew details
always nice to have new Entries!
Nice lineup of Ships there and good Service too
Enjoy the site
Cheers

Marian Gra
28th January 2018, 12:23 PM
Hi David

I was on the Fort providence 84/85. From what I remember a very good trip. Great ports, people and no equipment failures either - a rarity. I was employed by either Quadrant Marine or INRCO at the time - Rita Roth was the boss who used to work for KH.

#4, Hi David, Re #1, David John Atkinson has not been on site for nigh on three years, probably best to send him a pm to forward your message.:)

John Arton
28th January 2018, 01:55 PM
David
I sailed on virtually all those C.P vessels you listed and in the same time period as you, most likely we met or at least crossed paths. I started as deck cadet in 67 and ended up in 89 as Mate.
Rgds
J.A.

Colin Wood
29th January 2018, 02:03 AM
Were you on the Hyria when she hit the wharf in Wyndham??