Port Line Apprentices 1962/66

Peter Moore
31st December 2008, 18:23
Any one in this smart company ,maybe with me,vessels: Ports Hobart/Chalmers/Macquarie/Invercargill/New Plymouth......do make yourself known. Also Quirk Term MAR course at Warsash 64/65 from whatever company...what a holiday that was. After 2nd Mates I swopped the high seas for British Rail......well it's still transport.....

K urgess
31st December 2008, 18:58
Welcome to the crew, Peter.
Plenty of Port Line lads aboard the ship who may be able to help.
Meanwhile find your way around and enjoy the trip.

bert thompson
31st December 2008, 20:42
Welcome Peter to this wonderful site
Best wishes
Bert.

billyboy
1st January 2009, 02:22
Welcome aboard from the Philippines. Enjoy all this great site has to offer
(I swapped British rail for the merchant Navy)

gdynia
1st January 2009, 04:38
Welcome onboard to SN and enjoy the voyage

R58484956
1st January 2009, 14:53
Greetings Peter and welcome to SN. Happy new year and bon voyage

callpor
1st January 2009, 15:34
Peter, Welcome to SN, sure you will find plenty of interest on this exceptional site for those nautically inclined.
I too was a Port Line Apprentice from 1962 to 65! Sailed on the Melbourne/Hobart/Nicholson/Sydney/Wyndham/Townsville/Macquarie/......and others on the coast. Brgds, Chris

duquesa
1st January 2009, 16:19
Anyone any knowledge of an apprentice called Frost who would have started his time early in '58?

Jim MacIntyre
1st January 2009, 18:49
Welcome aoard Peter - have you checked out Vintage Port ??
http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/Vintage Port/
also for Warsash www.allhandsonline.co.uk
Cheers
Jim MacIntyre

Jim MacIntyre
1st January 2009, 18:53
Peter
that link should be VintagePort - all one word..
Jim

benjidog
1st January 2009, 19:53
Welcome from Lancashire.
I hope you will enjoy the site.

Gulpers
3rd January 2009, 15:44
Peter,

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