Hi Folks Hain Nourse

scotline
25th November 2007, 18:20
I have just joined up today. Started at sea with HN in 1965 until 1972.
Sailed on the Tremayne 1965, Duhallow1966, Fernie 1967, Nurjehan 1967, Atherstone 1968, Trevalgan 1969, Trefusis 1970, and Cotswold 1971. I did MAR at King Ted's in 67/68. Happy Days. Came ashore in 1972 with LOF and now running a fleet of coaster in the North Sea. Pleased to hear from any of the now old sea dogs
Regards Peter Millatt

K urgess
25th November 2007, 18:27
Welcome aboard.
Find your way around and enjoy the voyage.

Bruce Carson
25th November 2007, 20:10
Peter, a warm welcome to Ships Nostalgia.
I think you'll enjoy all we have here and you may hear from old shipmates, too.

Bruce

benjidog
25th November 2007, 20:13
Welcome from Lancashire.

I hope you will enjoy the site.

Regards,

Brian

bobs
26th November 2007, 00:16
Hi Peter, welcome aboard.
Thought you might be interested to catch up on what happened to your old ships.
Tremayne (LR no 5368017): built 1953 by Wm Hamilton, Port Glasgow (Yard no 493); 5608grt/9300dwt. Engine: D Rowan-Doxford 60LBD4 (4-cyl/600mm bore/2320mm stroke); 3,300bhp; 12.5 knots. 1968 sold to Vasa Shipping Co Ltd, Famagusta, Cyprus, renamed Virgy. 1975 sold Fury Shipping Co Ltd, Cyprus, renamed Ilion.
22/05/1979 Arrived off Karachi having been sold to shipbreakers in Pakistan.
07/08/1979 Ran aground near the Manora Lighthouse and subsequently sold to local shipbreakers who broke her up as she lay.

Duhallow (LR no 6600072): built 1966 by Fairfield Govan,Yard No 828. 25368grt/43234dwt; Engine: J G Kincaid - B&W 784-VT2BF-180 (7-cyl/840mm bore/1800mm stroke); 14,500bhp; 15.5 knots. 1974 sold to Mogul Line Ltd, India and renamed Jana Vijay. 20/2/1985 arrived Port Alang, India for scrapping.

Fernie (LR no 6707856): built 1967 by Mitsui Zosen KK, Tamano, Japan. Yard no 769. 42446grt/74422dwt: Engine: Mitsui-B&W 984-VT2BF-180 (9-cyl/840mm bore/1800mm stroke); 20,700bhp; 16knots. 1979 sold to Alcyone Shipping Co, Liberia, renamed Alcyone. 1980 sold to Canadian Pacific (Bermuda Ltd, Hong Kong, and renamed Fort Fraser. 1985: Sold to Chien Yung Enterprise Co Ltd, Taiwan, to be broken up. 17.01.1985: Arrived at Kaohsiung. 30.01.1985: Demolition commenced. 05.03.1985: Demolition completed

Nurjehan (LR no 5412806) delivered to New Zealand Shipping Co, having originally been ordered by Asiatic SN Co Ltd, London. 1964 Hain Nourse appointed managers. 1968 ownership registered to Hain Nourse; 1971 renamed Advocate for t/c to Charente SS Co Ltd (T & J Harrison managers); 1972 to P&O SN Co; 1973 renamed Nurjehan; 1975 renamed Strathnevis; 1977 sold to Unimed Shipping Inc, Greece, renamed Ioannis; 1982 sold to Dafnopotamos Maritime Corp, Greece, renamed Dimitros P Papastratis; 1984 to breakers at Chittagong, Bangladesh.

Atherstone (LR no 6507177: built 1965 by Hitachi Zosen KK, Innoshima, Japan, Yard no 4048. 25991grt/44670 dwt. Engine: Hitachi-B&W 784-VT2BF-180 (7-cyl/840mm bore/1800mm stroke) 16100bhp 15knots. 1978-sold to Golden Ocean Management Ltd, Bermuda and Hong Kong (Liberian flag) as Goldean Alliance. 1982 sold to China Ocean Shipping Co, Guangzhow, renamed Yang Ming Shan. Deleted from Lloyd's Register by 1999 - presumed scrapped.

Trevalgan (LR no 5368146) built 1961 by Wm Hamilton, Port Glasgow (Yard no 523) 8783grt/12165dwt. Engine: D Rowan-Sulzer 6SAD72 (6-cyl/720mm bore/1250mm stroke); 5860bhp; 14 knots. 1973 sold to Evalend Shipping Co SA, Greece (Evangelos C Lendoudis. 4/2/1985 arried Chittagong, Bangladesh for scrapping

Trefusis (LR no 5367910) built 1961 by J Readhead & Sons Ltd, South Shields (Yard no 609). 10077grt/13060dwt. Engine: Wallsend Slipway & Eng Co-Sulzer5RD76 (5-cyl/760mm bore/1550mm stroke); 7500bhp; 15 knots. 1975 renamed Strathteviot; 1978 sold to Kodros Shipping Corp, Liberia (Olistim Navigation Co); 1993 to breakers at Gadani Beach, Pakistan after having been trapped at Basrah since 23/9/1980.

Cotswold (LR no 6607745) built 1966 Furness Shipbuilding Co Ltd, Haverton Hill on Tees (Yard no 522). 25291grt/43334dwt. Engine: Harland & Wolff-B&W 784-VT2BF-180 (7-cyl/840mm bore/1800mm stroke); 16100bhp; 15.5 knots; 1973 sold to Thessaly Shipping Inc, Liberia renamed Argo Pollux; 1977 renamed Pacifico by same owners; 1982 sold renamed Kalavria; 25/8/1986 arrived breakers, Dalian, China

Gulpers
26th November 2007, 03:04
Peter,

A warm welcome to the site from the Isle of Anglesey!
I hope you thoroughly enjoy the SN experience and get many happy hours entertainment from your membership. (Thumb)

gdynia
26th November 2007, 03:22
Welcome onboard to SN and enjoy the voyage

R58484956
26th November 2007, 12:12
Greetings Peter and welcome to SN. Bon voyage.

PollY Anna
26th November 2007, 12:31
Welcome Peter

Did you sail with a couple of cadets Frank Lovegrove or (Dusty) Miller. Did 11 months on the Treneglos 64/65 with them good lads.

Regards Ron

slick
26th November 2007, 13:38
Peter,
I sailed in the Atherstone in 1968 as 3rd./2nd. Mate the Captain was Captain Counsell and the Mate was Quigley and the 2nd. Mate who I, as it were relieved was Eric Pardon ring any bells?
Yours aye,
Slick

Ian Dickinson
18th January 2008, 15:16
Sailed on FERNIE as Cadet, Junior and 4th Eng in the late 70's when she was in B.S.D. Many happy memories of a great ship.

Treboat
20th January 2008, 19:52
Hi Peter, glad to see you logged on to this site, us Hains lads are thin in the ground, let alone on top these days.Sorry I missed you joining I must have been away from the site longer than I thought. As you know, I was on Tremeadow (a number of trips), Trecarrell, Buccleuch, Atherstone and Treneglos from 1963 to 1970 before making the mistake of trying other companies. See you for a pint again soon one lunchtime. All the best, Phil Wiggs.

Treboat
20th January 2008, 21:48
Peter,
I sailed in the Atherstone in 1968 as 3rd./2nd. Mate the Captain was Captain Counsell and the Mate was Quigley and the 2nd. Mate who I, as it were relieved was Eric Pardon ring any bells?
Yours aye,
Slick

Hi Slick - I sailed with Evan Pardon . He was 3/o on Tremeadow on my first trip as Deck Apprentice, December 1963. Also sailed with C/O Quigley but can't remember which ship. I was on Atherstone as 3/0 from about mid 1968 with Peter Millatt as above; must have been just after you. Yours Treboat.

Pilot mac
20th January 2008, 22:15
I think I must have been one of the last if not the last apprentice to join HN,
joined July 1971, two trips on Kohinur and one on Trefusis and then swallowed into the P and O empire.

First trip Kohinur, Captain J Sellars, c/o Lawrie Daniels, 2/0 Dick Atkins, 3/0 Graham Boyd, App. Howard Cutler, App Dave MacVicker, App Nick White. R/O Jim Fitton.
C/E Joe Bartolo, 2/E Stan Lees, 3/E George Elder, 4/E Chris D'Souza ,5/E Mike Ryan. Elec John Strachan.

Great memories of the company yacht!

kind regards
Dave

Ian Dickinson
18th February 2008, 13:30
Just saw the name Chris D'Souza. he was Chief Eng on one of my Fernie trips. I think I was 4th Eng at the time. The other Chief Eng was Peter Chapman from Plymouth

Treboat
19th February 2008, 22:52
Just saw the name Chris D'Souza. he was Chief Eng on one of my Fernie trips. I think I was 4th Eng at the time. The other Chief Eng was Peter Chapman from Plymouth

Hi Ian, I think I recall Peter Chapman though can't remember which ship, think it was either Buccleuch or Atherstone. Happy chap, always grinning.I went aboard Fernie just after she had been refurbished following the fire she had when she was near completion. I was on Atherstone then and we were nearby having repairs after not getting away from typhoon Gloria. Got caught coming up from Dampier bound New Westminster, went into Inland Sea Japan for repairs. Very impressed with how big Fernie was. All the best, Treboat.

treboats
11th July 2009, 12:50
Dusty Miller from Leith he and I were together first trip I think on the Trelevan. UK throuigh Med via Malta, Suez Canal Red Sea ports to final discharge in Cylon then Durban for grain back to UK I think

Sorry to Treboat for almost same name but then we obviously both enjoyed our time with great affection and I am certainly Cornish. There used to be a cafe restaraunt in St Ives called Treboats.



treboats

Treboat
14th November 2010, 22:52
Dusty Miller from Leith he and I were together first trip I think on the Trelevan. UK throuigh Med via Malta, Suez Canal Red Sea ports to final discharge in Cylon then Durban for grain back to UK I think

Sorry to Treboat for almost same name but then we obviously both enjoyed our time with great affection and I am certainly Cornish. There used to be a cafe restaraunt in St Ives called Treboats.



treboatsHello Treboats, have only just caught up with your reply, don't know how I missed it before. Not surprising we both chose near enough the same name; and you're right I had a great time in Hains. Just retired from my shore job now, so a bit more time to browse here. I think in another post you mentioned sailing on the Jumna. Did you know a Deck Apprentice called Chris Davies?

treboats
16th December 2011, 17:11
Sorry Treboats have been busy and a long time since I was back on the site. Yes was on the Jumna as 3rd Mate probably 66/67 on a 3 month trip to S Africa, on a Safmarine charter, but can't remember any names but one of the best ships I ever sailed on and after the treboats, she was luxury

Laurie Ridyard
10th January 2015, 18:28
Polly Anna

I saw your post when I first joined this site , but have only just found it again.

Frank Lovegrove is a great long term friend of mine! We were in the same Scout Troop ( 2nd/218th Manchester, St. Nicholas Burnage.) He joined Hains after I was asked to recommend him, as he had given me as a reference.

I did a coastal with him, Glasgow to London on the " Treneglos " in March, 1964.

I am still in touch with him...

Laurie Ridyard.

slick
11th January 2015, 09:52
Does any one rember the MV TREWIDDEN 1969, and in particular the demise of Captain JJ Reilly?

Yours aye,

slick