hello to all

johnnymac
14th January 2006, 11:09
feel a bit of a fraud as my only contact with the shipping industry was as a messenger boy for Brocklebanks however the experience is imprinted in my mind and will never be forgotten, nor will the ships i boarded to hand out the crew mail between 1959/62.

fredkinghorn
14th January 2006, 11:12
Hi johnnymac, welcome to the home for the bewildered.
p.s. if you were delivering mail, how did you get to Equatorial Guinea ?

fred

nigelcollett
14th January 2006, 15:32
Hi Johnny

I'm sure if you were dishing out the mail then you were always welcome aboad.
Enjoy yourself in SN - plenty of gud chat and info

NigelC

R58484956
14th January 2006, 16:21
Welcome johnnymac to the site and enjoy it plenty of ex brock lads on here and a happy new year to you.

edward
14th January 2006, 16:44
welcome on board johnnymac.regards. edward

Eric Parkin
14th January 2006, 17:02
Hello all found this site by accident, after looking at site, thought it to be a great site.
Am ex Harrison Line late 60's early 70's - Explorer, Arbitrator, Barrister and Adventurer to name a few.

thunderd
14th January 2006, 22:39
johnnymac and Eric you are both very welcome on this site and johnnymac don't worry about not going to sea, all you need here is a love of ships so enjoy yourself.

jim barnes
14th January 2006, 22:49
welcome aboard sgould be used to it as you must have always been welcome aboard with mail for the crew (Applause)

Semaj
14th January 2006, 23:04
Welcome johnnymac ,hope you enjoy this site you must have made a lot of people happy in your day.

Jim.

Doug Rogers
15th January 2006, 03:29
Welcome aboard johnnymac and Eric, enjoy what the site has to offer.

Gulpers
15th January 2006, 03:34
Johnnymac/Eric,

Welcome to SN. You have both found a wonderful site and I'm sure you will enjoy the experience. Spend some time to find your way around and enjoy yourselves. (Thumb)

tanker
15th January 2006, 10:15
Welcome aboard from Italy
Gp