At sea with BP

Chris Coxhead
21st October 2014, 11:11
Came across this site recently when I decided to collate all my at sea information onto computer.
N/A British Bombardier 9/10/67 to 28/05/68
N/A British Merlin 11/07/68 to 10/01/69
N/A British Admiral 13/02/69 to 25/04/69
N/A British Resource 21/08/69 to 24/09/69
N/A British Maple 27/09/69 to 01/03/70

3/M British Lantern 10/04/70 to 13/10/70
3/M British Diplomat 20/05/71 to 03/08/71
3/M British Trust 15/09/71 to 15/03/72
3/M British Merchant 14/11/72 to 25/01/73
3/M British Unity 20/02/73 to 11/04/73
3/M British Holly 26/08/73 to 13/01/74
3/M British Merlin 23/03/74 to 19/04/74
3/M British Security 01/06/74 to 10/06/74
3/M British Humber 15/06/74 to 04/07/74
3/M British Mallard 16/07/74 to 27/09/74

2/M British Queen 24/01/75 to 14/04/75
2/M British Security 17/06/75 to 11/08/75
2/M British Cavalier 20/08/75 to 22/11/75
2/M Border Shepherd 10/03/76 to 31/07/76
2/M British Trident 05/05/77 to 27/09/77
2/M British Commodore 22/06/78 to 15/11/78
2/M British Tay 22/03/79 to 11/07/79
2/M British Gull (Brunei Bay) 02/10/79 to 27/01/80
2/M British Humber 14/04/80 to 04/08/80
2/M British Poplar 30/10/80 to 06/02/81
2/M British Beech 21/06/81 to 20/10/81
2/M Gas Enterprise 17/07/82 to 04/11/82

Many memories and still miss being on the bridge at night in say the Indian Ocean

billyboy
21st October 2014, 12:39
A warm welcome aboard from the Philippines. Please enjoy all this great site has to offer

ninabaker
21st October 2014, 14:19
Welcome, Chris,
I was BP 1972-7 but dont seem to have sailed with you, but take a look at the BP area of the forum as it is very active -loads of chat and so on.
Graham Wallace is The Archive of all things BP so I am sure he too will be pleased to see you there.
nina

hawkey01
21st October 2014, 15:03
Chris,

on behalf of the Moderating team welcome to SN. Enjoy all we have to offer.

Hawkey01

fred henderson
21st October 2014, 17:00
A warm welcome to SN. I hope that you will fully enjoy the benefits of your membership by joining in the discussions on any topic that you find to be of interest to you.

Graham Wallace
22nd October 2014, 04:26
Welcome, Chris,
I was BP 1972-7 but dont seem to have sailed with you, but take a look at the BP area of the forum as it is very active -loads of chat and so on.
Graham Wallace is The Archive of all things BP so I am sure he too will be pleased to see you there.
nina

Thanks Nina , we are in touch

Graham

Chris Coxhead
22nd October 2014, 11:50
Hi Nina

Thanks for the reply as you can see I am already in touch with Graham, its nice to say hallo though

Regards

Chris