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Old 19th December 2006, 10:06
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I was trapped on this heap as Radio Officer for 7 months in 1967.
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Old 1st April 2007, 11:04
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hi roger i jumped hartismere in mellbourne 1952 been happy evere since .
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Old 1st April 2007, 17:22
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Sailed 16 months on Hartington as 3rd mate. One of my most enjoyable voyages on a very happy ship, it's all down to those on board.
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Old 6th April 2007, 19:01
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I have always said it's not the ship but the crew.

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Old 6th April 2007, 22:12
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You are so right.
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Old 6th April 2007, 22:33
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You are so right. At the risk of being controversial , although I sailed 7 years with BI and Bullard King, I must say that a white crew ship were we all got on was second to none. I say this as one who has been in every rating from "peggy" to "The Mate"
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Old 21st April 2007, 16:48
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Hi Roger a bit after you 1970 I joined as a Deck Boy but soon rose to the High rank of "Peggy" or so I was told.

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Old 15th January 2009, 01:06
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One of my favourite voyages was on the Harpalion when she was almost new. A good company, terrific ship, wonderful crew and very interesting voyage. Not, though, the kind of trip that would make interesting stories. No, the best yarns come from the worst ships, the hungriest ships, the hardest ships and the most unpleasant crews.

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