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a.reid
7th June 2012, 11:05 AM
Morning all.

Anyone around the world have ports of call for "ORONSAY" 14/8/1961 TO 14/1/1962......i have forgotten most but would love to have them now.

Regards

Alan Reid

Butcher on board.

Doc Vernon
7th June 2012, 11:15 PM
Hello Alan
I know you have been searching fior the Ports of call for some time,and it is a hard task i must say!
Anyway here is a site (one which you may allready have seen) that has Ports of call for the Shipping Line and various Ships,possibly it may revive some of the Ports you are looking for!?
Just trying mate!
Cheers

P&O Line - Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co. - P & O Line
(http://www.timetableimages.com/maritime/images/po.htm)
These are just a few Ports done by Orsova in Sept/Oct 1961

Colombo, Aden, Port Suez, Port Said, Naples, Gibraltar

I see that you also Boxed a bit in your time,me too when on the Gold Mines in SA!

Graham Payne
8th June 2012, 10:23 AM
Hi Alan
dont know if this is any good but "Oronsay" March '63
Tilbury Riverside, Gibralter, Naples
Port Said Aden, Colombo, Bombay, Penang, Singapore, Freemantle, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Suva,
Honolulu, Vancover, San Francisco, Long Beach, Acupulco, Panama Canal, Kingston, Lisbon, and last but not least
Tilbury Riverside.
All in 2 months 10 days, dont know where you went for the other month and a half, possibly from the states back to Aus and then back again, the timing is roughly about right and that as such was the normal "Orient Line" route. ;)

Mike Hall
8th June 2012, 01:11 PM
Alan,
you could always apply to the following place for a copy of
the voyage record cards for that trip.
the address is as follows

the central library
aldermanbury
city of london
guildhall
london
EC2P 2EJ
website City of London (http://WWW.CITYOFLONDON.GOV.UK)
E-MAIL search.guildhall@corpoflondon.gov.uk

Good luck
mike

Doc Vernon
8th June 2012, 09:51 PM
Now Mike
Why did i not remember that !
Got all my Record Cards from there as you know!
Silly me!
Cheers