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    PS to #10 I had my 21 st. 12 years previous to yours in a bar in Belfast called Ma Carroll’s walked out with someone’s carry out and girlfriend , your only 21 once. Cheers js

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    Thanks for the update. That will be Alex Frew in Queensland, also on the Ribera at the same time as us. Hope Kenny's trip ends up in the UK and we get the chance to have a few more.

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    #9 ref. glen James... just speaking to Kenny and suddenly remembered had been talking to you , I couldnít remember your name but he did. He was going to try and contact you on site, donít know if he is a member or not as forgot to ask him . But if your still on site he will try and get in touch. Cheers JWS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Spelman View Post
    Greetings !

    I sailed on Ribera between 1968 & 72 As cadet and 3rd Mate

    Also sailed on Ripon, Redcar, Revieux - Any one else ??
    Hi there David

    Were you a fanatical carp fisherman? If you were then maybe you can remember telling me all about it. I sailed as a supernumerary from Houston to Chiba and Kobe Feb 10 to March 13 1970. My parents knew Mr Bolton who was an owner. His son Charlie was a cadet for that trip, learning about his old man's business. I doubt that I will look at this site - so you could reply on cunningham.jeremy@gmail.com I played (and still play) the guitar. Another good friend was Stewart from Glasgow- 'Stu' - other names were Andy, John Lecky

    Jeremy Cunningham (AKA J )

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    I joined Ribera as a deck cadet on her maiden voyage from Middlesbrough in June 1965. Paid off in February 1966. Then again as Third Mate from June 1967 to April 1968. Long hauls from USGulf to Japan and back. Good times! My first ship with air conditioning.

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    Hi Iíve just found out my Dad Alan Kinder sailed on the MV Ribera

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