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John Cassels



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Registered: September 2005
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Who was a pretty boy then ...............

Had just been relieved for my trip off but still got roped into this photo.
As will be apparent , had just spent some time in the
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· Date: Sun, 3 October 10 · Views: 1,054
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peter83
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Registered: December 2006
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Sun, 3 October 10 04:02

Hope that isn't white socks your wearing John ! - don't remember the other two but great photo, you still had that hair cut at my wedding.

Peter
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trotterdotpom
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Sun, 3 October 10 07:13

Looks like the Chief is doing a sketch of you, John. Was that a photo for the Denholm News?

John T.
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John Cassels
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Sun, 3 October 10 07:49

He was probably drawing what he would like to do to me , John.

We didn't get along all that well !.

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JC ; same initials-but the other guy did the miracles.
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randcmackenzie
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Sun, 3 October 10 10:29

Dick Stevenette and Terry Turner.
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peter83
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Sun, 3 October 10 12:23

I remember Terry Turner now, very good guy to deal with.
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John Cassels
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Sun, 3 October 10 13:32

That's the guys Roddy , Terry Turner and Dick Stevenette.

Got along fine with Terry. The other guy , well .......................................

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Sun, 3 October 10 14:17

tricky dicky was the only wee rat i had no time for on these ships dont care if he reads this dont think anybody got on with him i can just see you two together john lol kev.
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Gulpers

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Sun, 3 October 10 21:08

Don't hold back there Kev!
Although, I must agree, I know exactly what you mean!

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Norm
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Sun, 3 October 10 22:24

I used to have an engineering book that Richard Stevenette owned. he was married to Bob Duncans sister i believe. Is he still around?
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randcmackenzie
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Mon, 4 October 10 17:40

I don't know Norm, last time I saw him he was Chief on the Red Seagull. That was in 1990 in drydock in Dubai.I think she was operated by Acomarit from Switzerland.
I seem to recall his wife was Scottish.

B/R
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Norm
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Mon, 4 October 10 21:21

Yes he is the same guy. When I was first going to sea, my colleague Bob Duncan gave me the book. It was from the old Sotherns Marine Engineering college in Glagsow. He was married to Bobs sister. Yes Scottish.
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