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    National nautical school,portishead.

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    What about it Andy. ? Cheers JS

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    Last edited by Doc Vernon; 2nd August 2018 at 02:29 AM.
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    Did any one go to Sir John Cass at Aldgate

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    Did Mates certificate in 1959. Had Danton, Kemp, Young and Grant, all publishers of nautical tomes as instructors. Our class at Seamanship helped him write his seamanship book. Later had him again at Plymouth when I did masters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Wood View Post
    Did Mates certificate in 1959. Had Danton, Kemp, Young and Grant, all publishers of nautical tomes as instructors. Our class at Seamanship helped him write his seamanship book. Later had him again at Plymouth when I did masters.
    He also used to present the weather on tv down in Plymouth. Had quite an opinion of himself. Graham Danton I'm referring to.

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