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    Des Taff Jenkins

    Re: Discharge Book or not

    Hi Evan.
    Did you have a bad one after missing the Swansea to Devon ferry? Jeez you could have caught a bus and been there before she docked.

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    Des Taff Jenkins

    Re: rob page

    Hi Cappy.
    So very nice to hear from you, yes I had a few laughs once I had settled down after the news of my brothers passing, only two years between

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    Evan Lewis

    Re: Discharge Book or not

    Yes they have been a great asset. Always good to look at. To recall when and where ,etc,
    Hold Three Books, two Brits. and a Swede.
    One contains

    Evan Lewis Today, 03:02 AM Go to last post
    Keith at Tregenna

    Norwegian ship RASK

    19 October 1941 the Norwegian ship RASK had departed Cork and was sailing inside Irish territorial waters en-route towards Newport, Wales. Territorial

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    j.sabourn

    Re: Discharge Book or not

    #57... That would have been the one with all the glass 2 inch squares on for the samples then John. Especially for people wanting to make a name for themselves.

    j.sabourn Yesterday, 11:46 PM Go to last post
    Doc Vernon

    Re: Discharge Book or not

    That wasnt me John! Honest! LOL

    Doc Vernon Yesterday, 09:36 PM Go to last post
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    Keith at Tregenna

    Norwegian ship RASK

    Thread Starter: Keith at Tregenna

    19 October 1941 the Norwegian ship RASK had departed Cork and was sailing inside Irish territorial waters en-route towards Newport, Wales. Territorial

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    John Horrocks

    Mr. John Horrocks

    Thread Starter: John Horrocks

    Hello, I,m new to this. I am a retired Radio Officer and retired from the Merchant Navy around November 1966 after 6yrs. Looking for info on the "Elysia".

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    Keith at Tregenna

    Fair winds and calm seas.

    Thread Starter: Keith at Tregenna

    I would like to express my deepest condolences in respect of the passing of Bill Anderson the Chairman of the North West Merchant Navy Association.

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    cappy

    fijian islands

    Thread Starter: cappy

    just seen richards name on site....i know of his association with lautoka and the fijian islands .....in61 i paid my ist visit to lautoka in the mv riseley

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    cappy

    rob page

    Thread Starter: cappy

    dont know if it was knowledge on our site but i did get a e mail from the daughter of rob page to say he passed away ealier in the year .....rob was a

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    Fatigue and stress at sea

    Thread Starter: John Arton

    Videotel is a London based outfit that provides training videos on a wide range of marine related topics for on board crew training.
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