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Old 6th July 2013, 01:56
fred melia fred melia is offline  
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Organisation: Merchant Navy
Department: Deck
Active: 1962 - 1969
 
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hello , I was A deck boy on the Port Lincoln 1962 - 64 along with Terry Doughty . we went to the Prince of Wails Sea Training School in dover ..
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Old 23rd July 2013, 14:56
Davy h. Davy h. is offline  
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Active: 1966 - 1977
 
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hey stuart chambers my father was a engineer on the port montreal not sure which year but was round 63 64 i think his name was william ( billy ) maxwell did u know him ????
Sailed with Bill 68-69. A great guy.
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Old 24th July 2013, 18:09
mr g elliott mr g elliott is offline  
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Department: Hotels / Catering
Active: 1968 - 1983
 
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Hi Charlie, Like yourself l sailed on many Port Line ships infact it my my first company and joined the Port New Plymouth in August 61 as an engine room boy.At the end of that voyage l changed over to Catering sailing onthe Port Lincoln,Townsville,Jacson,Hobart,Launcheston(2/64 to 1/65) A great and happy ship all round.After leavinf the Port Launcheston l moved on to the Victor then picked up the Port Huon in Dundee (maiden voyage)then l became 2nd Steward on th Lyttelton,Caroline,phillip which was my last ship with Port Line, I left like many otheres cos with the meger with Blue Star.I had some great times with Port Line and in away was very sorry to leave them.
All the best,Ray
my mate sailed with port line his name was Richard wiseman did you know him regards Gordon r789047
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