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Ian (IGY) Jamieson's Christmas menu
· Date: Sat, 24 December 05 · Views: 742
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R798780

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Sat, 24 December 05 08:04

Crew list and extras accompanying the menu:


m.t. Lucerna Christmas 1981

Captain W.J.S. Flett Master
Hugh Shuttleworth Chief officer
John Holloway 2nd Officer
Barry Palmer 3rd Officer
Ian Phillis Deck Cadet
Gareth Armstrong Deck Cadet
Stuart Myland Radio Officer
Vic Murray Chief Engineer
Gary and Sharon Muncaster 2nd Engineer
Bob Ives 3rd Engineer
Clive Goddard 4th Engineer
Tony Gafney 5th Engineer
Robbie Pescott Chief Electrician
IGY Jamieson Purser/Catering Officer

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W I N E S

French Beaujoliais 1979
Italian Angoris 1980
Assorted Sardinian Table Wines


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Sat, 24 December 05 08:14

Hugh ;
You really did well didnt you ! We never did have wine . Was Vic Murray a Fair / Red Head Scot ??
A Very Merry Christmas to you .
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R798780

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Sat, 24 December 05 08:39

We did OK. Ian had some flair. Vic is a fair to red headed Belfast man, a bit short and stout. Have a pic with Vic somewhere, probably Energos. Have a menu from Energos (\"One I did earlier\") when I can find it.

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Stuart Smith

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Sat, 24 December 05 08:56

A meal fit for a king indeed.
Happy Christmas to ALL our members.
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Doug Rogers

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Sat, 24 December 05 15:21

Someone care to enlighten me as to what Eggs Marie Rosie may be??, new one on me!!.

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Derek Roger
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Sat, 24 December 05 17:01

Hugh ;
I knew Walter Flett; last time I saw him he was having a Holiday staying at the sailors home in Aberdeen in 1972 ! He was a real tight wad ! .
Also the Lurcerna was built in Davie Shipbuilding in Quebec if I remember correctly . It was one of the two ships built there and I stood bye during construction .
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R798780

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Sat, 24 December 05 17:37

Walter (Wallie) J S Flett. By his own admission he was of the sheep stealing Smith Fletts from Shetland (or Orkney) When I sailed with him in the early '80s he was running a 10 year old Ford Escort. Rumour has it that when he arrived on the Chilean coast - had to be Luminetta - he was recognised from his days as 2nd Mate. They knew him as El Loco. He was a bit strange!

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Sat, 24 December 05 18:28

Doug,

Hard boiler eggs in a prawn cocktail sauce. Happy Christmas from a wet and windy Hobart.

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Doug Rogers

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Sun, 25 December 05 15:44

Hi Dox, thanks for that info..certainly a new one to me!!. And Merry Xmas to you from a warmish and sunny Sydney.

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Mon, 11 September 06 07:39

It seems a hell of a long way to have to go, just to get the coffee.......
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Mon, 11 September 06 08:24

Yeah, that's all well and good for starters, but what's for tea?!

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" I live in retirement now and through my window comes the sound of seagulls
And sets my mind remembering
The evening stars like memories sail far beyond the distant trees
Way out across the open seas
I hear them sing .........................
And sometime (I) think in all this world,the saddest thing to be
Old Admirals who feel the wind,and never put to sea "


Al Stewart, "Old Admirals", "Past Present & Future LP"
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