Cpt Donald Stewart - FT Everard Ltd

Nairda59
6th July 2005, 19:29
Does anyone remember the ships name captained by my uncle Donnie Stewart
taking timber from Norway to Ireland, any info would be good ty.

Nairda59
25th July 2005, 20:19
Does the name "APRICITY" spring to anyones mind for the above

MichaelG Patterson
27th August 2007, 22:00
I remember the M/V Fred Everard & Suavity delivering timber to Ireland (north & south) in the 1970s. Main ports I think were Wicklow (South) Warrenpoint & Belfast in North. I think the Fred Everard might be your best bet
Regards & successful hunting
Michael Patterson

awateah2
27th August 2007, 22:32
The 'Apricity' & 'Actuality' were both built for F.T. Everard in 1966 specially designed for the timber trade from Norway to Gunness but I am sure they would have been used for the timber trade elsewhere as required. There is a photo in the gallery of the 'Heleen C' ex 'Apricity'
Hope this is of use to you, regards.

dontaylor1
29th December 2008, 21:47
i was berthered in OSLO on the ethel everard in 1968 and the apricity was tied up just astern of us a regular runner there i think ,but dont know where from.

skarthie
16th February 2009, 20:21
Does anyone remember the ships name captained by my uncle Donnie Stewart
taking timber from Norway to Ireland, any info would be good ty.
I was on the Fred Everard between Sept '75 and Aug '76 and D. Stewart was the captain twice in that time. We were running between Gothenburg - Dublin - Warrenpoint - and Belfast. Anybody got any photos of her?

ftelincs
28th February 2009, 06:21
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Picture of Fred Everard alongside at Falmouth
Hope this is of use

kalibah
27th July 2010, 02:38
He Was Master on the Ethel Everard in the 50swe were on the Casablanca Kings Lynn run with Phosphates Kalibah