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Old 18th November 2008, 13:58
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My dad, James Kenneth Bowden sailed on the Globtik Tankers in the seventies, did you ever sail with him
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Old 18th November 2008, 15:51
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Old 18th November 2008, 17:27
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Welcome aboard, racol.
A few ex Globtik lads in the crew so you may be lucky with your query.
Find your way around the ship and enjoy the voyage.
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Old 20th November 2008, 23:52
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so if they were that good what happened on they venus when they had to send a bunch of thugs aboard her ????
I think you missed the boat on this one if you'll excuse the pun.

As has already been explained, the Venus was an oddball and not under the British Flag for long.

The conditions on board the London and Tokyo were as good as it got when I was on them (from 76 until when they were sold) - moneywise, accomodation, maintenance, feeding and crew were all top notch.
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Old 20th November 2008, 23:56
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Hi Ken,

I've only just found this site and pleased that I have and if it's not too late in the day I can give you quite a lot of names that I have on record who worked on both ships.
I joined the 'London' in the builder's yard as second mate for her maiden voyage in 73 and sailed as second mate and chief officer on both 'London' and 'Tokyo' up until 79 when they went over to the japanese flag.
So, if you still want them let me know and I'll get up in the loft and dig them out, along with some old photos as well.

Cheers for now

Vic
Hi Vic,

Its been a long time. I last met you when I was doing a C.O.W. supervision on a tanker in Fawley between Christmas and New Year 1980. I got off on New Year's day if I remember rightly.

Are you still down in Fawley?

Luigi.
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Old 22nd November 2008, 14:03
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Hi Vic,

Its been a long time. I last met you when I was doing a C.O.W. supervision on a tanker in Fawley between Christmas and New Year 1980. I got off on New Year's day if I remember rightly.

Are you still down in Fawley?

Luigi.
Yes I do recall seeing you but it was at Mobil's Coryton refinery in the Thames after I took a job there as a loading master / jetty supervisor and moving down to Essex in 1979 from the Wirral and been here ever since. Stayed with Mobil until the late 90's when they gave me a golden handshake and then I went to work for an oil trading company in knightsbridge called Vitol as a demurrage claims supervisor until 2000 when I retired. At the moment I do a bit of part time work for the local funeral director driving the lims or the hearse etc. So what's been happening to you ??

Vic
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Old 29th November 2008, 13:48
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Yes I do recall seeing you but it was at Mobil's Coryton refinery in the Thames after I took a job there as a loading master / jetty supervisor and moving down to Essex in 1979 from the Wirral and been here ever since. Stayed with Mobil until the late 90's when they gave me a golden handshake and then I went to work for an oil trading company in knightsbridge called Vitol as a demurrage claims supervisor until 2000 when I retired. At the moment I do a bit of part time work for the local funeral director driving the lims or the hearse etc. So what's been happening to you ??

Vic
Yes you're right it was Coryton - I should have remembered that because it was a pain in the a**e trying to get home from there on New Year's day.

For the last 17 years, since I did a runner from Baghdad when they invaded Kuwait, I have worked for the same company with just a 1 year break in 2000. Much of this time was as a Service Engineer and I visited Coryton on a number of occasions in that capacity. I am currently specialising in retrofitting compressors with dry gas seals - everything from quoting, through to project management and hands-on execution. A real niche market but interesting job nonetheless - I always said I was cut out to be an Engineer rather than a Deckie.....

If I stay to 65 I still have 9 years to go - unless i win the Lottery in the meantime!

Did you ever hear anything of Pete Mills? - I've asked on here a couple of times but never had a response.

Anyway, nice to hear from you again.

Take care,

Paul.
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Hi Vic,

Do you still have that list of crew names from the old Globtik days, would be nice to see.

Kind regards

Ken
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Old 20th December 2008, 13:48
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Hi Vic,

Do you still have that list of crew names from the old Globtik days, would be nice to see.

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Ken
Hi Ken.. only just spotted this today so apologise for the late reply.
These are the names of guys I actually sailed with in my 6yrs with Globtik:

Captains; Doug Hindle, Ken Mackay, A. Maclean, Ian Sadler (and trish), Charles Scudamore, Tyler.

Deck offs; Geoff Gregory(c/o then master), Richard Hunt, Tim West(c/o then master), Peter Torr, John Latka, Pete Humphreys, Peter Mills, Dave Berry, Malcolm George, Ernie Lamb, Paul Tillman, Pete Mason, Paul Stillitano (luigi), Godwin Batteren (nigerian),

Engineers; Stan Pascoe, J. Rennison, Ian Mackay, J. Smith, George Simpson, Tom Blackburn, Keith Standon, Bill Hanson, Jack Emmett, P. Williams, Dick Thewlis, Brian DeWolf, M. Oldfield, Bill Smith, Pete Gregory, P. Fuller, G. Adams, Geoff Peacock, W. Reid, I. Bryant, Wee Jimmy Henderson, Colin Blyth, J. Cliff, M. MacMonagle, Paul Bennett (taken off by americans after head injury), Barry Bennett, Denis Haig, Steve Royle, Paddy Parker, Graham Allen, Kevin Finnegan,

Electricians; John Fay, T. Durkin, Billy Tarr, Peter Weir, Alan Tyrell.

Cat/offs; Stan Thompson, Colin Cox, A. Saunders, Keith Marsh

Radio/offs; Ray Halpin, P. Chadwick, M. Gannon, E. Artingstol.

Crew; Brian Bush, Billy Potts, Jim Brown, Frankie Cobb, Tom Ferguson, Paddy ? (irish bosun),

I can picture a few more but just cannot recall their names, like the Welsh pumpman (Taffy ?) who stayed on the Tokyo I think for well over a year so as to reclaim income tax. Another pumpman, big Dave ?. Another bosun, from London area, well spoken guy.


The last couple of years I didn't keep the records going and I regret that now because there are a lot more names I haven't included.. but, maybe someone who reads this may be able to add to the list.

So.. how many of the above can you remember ??

Cheers for now

Vic
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Old 20th December 2008, 13:56
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Yes you're right it was Coryton - I should have remembered that because it was a pain in the a**e trying to get home from there on New Year's day.

For the last 17 years, since I did a runner from Baghdad when they invaded Kuwait, I have worked for the same company with just a 1 year break in 2000. Much of this time was as a Service Engineer and I visited Coryton on a number of occasions in that capacity. I am currently specialising in retrofitting compressors with dry gas seals - everything from quoting, through to project management and hands-on execution. A real niche market but interesting job nonetheless - I always said I was cut out to be an Engineer rather than a Deckie.....

If I stay to 65 I still have 9 years to go - unless i win the Lottery in the meantime!

Did you ever hear anything of Pete Mills? - I've asked on here a couple of times but never had a response.

Anyway, nice to hear from you again.

Take care,

Paul.
Hello Paul,

Peter Mills.. sailed with him twice I think.. maiden voyage on the London and then a couple of years later on the Tokyo. Don't know if he remained with us until the handover to the Japanese or not otherwise no, can't help you.

Have just posted a list of names to Ken (sipsoo) of all the guys I sailed with, can you add any more ??

Vic
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Old 20th December 2008, 18:57
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Sailed with Geoff Gregory when he was 2/O of Border Reiver. When we paid off he said he intended joining Globtik, obviously he made it.
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Old 21st December 2008, 17:36
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Hello Paul,

Peter Mills.. sailed with him twice I think.. maiden voyage on the London and then a couple of years later on the Tokyo. Don't know if he remained with us until the handover to the Japanese or not otherwise no, can't help you.

Have just posted a list of names to Ken (sipsoo) of all the guys I sailed with, can you add any more ??

Vic
Peter stayed after the London and Tokyo were handed over. Last I heard of him was when he was supposed to be taking over as Mate on the Narnian Sea in the Carribean. For some reason he did not and Peter Frewer who was to be Mate on the new Globtik Windsor was sent out to the Narnian instead - paving the way for me to be promoted to Mate.

Just read your list of names and like you I can recall a lot of faces but not the names. Those that I do remember I have added to your post.

Take care,
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Old 21st December 2008, 17:45
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Hi Ken.. only just spotted this today so apologise for the late reply.
These are the names of guys I actually sailed with in my 6yrs with Globtik:

Captains; Doug Hindle, Ken Mackay, A. Maclean, Ian Sadler (and trish), Charles Scudamore, Tyler.

Deck offs; Geoff Gregory(c/o then master), Richard Hunt, Tim West(c/o then master), Peter Torr, John Latka, Pete Humphreys, Peter Mills, Dave Berry, Malcolm George, Ernie Lamb, Paul Tillman, Pete Mason, Paul Stillitano (luigi), Godwin Batteren (nigerian),

Engineers; Stan Pascoe, J. Rennison, Ian Mackay, J. Smith, George Simpson, Tom Blackburn, Keith Standon, Bill Hanson, Jack Emmett, P. Williams, Dick Thewlis, Brian DeWolf, M. Oldfield, Bill Smith, Pete Gregory, P. Fuller, G. Adams, Geoff Peacock, W. Reid, I. Bryant, Wee Jimmy Henderson, Colin Blyth, J. Cliff, M. MacMonagle, Paul Bennett (taken off by americans after head injury), Barry Bennett, Denis Haig, Steve Royle, Paddy Parker, Graham Allen, Kevin Finnegan,

Electricians; John Fay, T. Durkin, Billy Tarr, Peter Weir, Alan Tyrell.

Cat/offs; Stan Thompson, Colin Cox, A. Saunders, Keith Marsh

Radio/offs; Ray Halpin, P. Chadwick, M. Gannon, E. Artingstol.

Crew; Brian Bush, Billy Potts, Jim Brown, Frankie Cobb, Tom Ferguson, Paddy ? (irish bosun),

I can picture a few more but just cannot recall their names, like the Welsh pumpman (Taffy ?) who stayed on the Tokyo I think for well over a year so as to reclaim income tax. Another pumpman, big Dave ?. Another bosun, from London area, well spoken guy.


The last couple of years I didn't keep the records going and I regret that now because there are a lot more names I haven't included.. but, maybe someone who reads this may be able to add to the list.

So.. how many of the above can you remember ??

Cheers for now

Vic
I can remember most of those. Also John Plunkett, Chief Cook and Globtik Bob Thompson Second Cook, Richard Myton 1st mate, Roy Hamilton Mate, Nigel Snowdon 1st Mate, Rolo Tomkins 3rd Eng, Alan Feeley - his junior.

The well spoken bosun was Peter something - he brought his wife along with him on one trip.

Its no good Vic - I'll have to dig out the photos I've got and see if they jog my memory.

Take care,
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Old 6th October 2009, 01:41
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Can any one from Globtik London/Toyko tell me the funnel marking and colours cheers
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The Funnels where black with a white circle containing a blue T ( for Tikoo ) at the top and bottom of the T there was a partial eclipse again in blue . I will post some photos when I get a bit more time . Are you making a model?
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Old 6th October 2009, 02:38
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I can remember most of those. Also John Plunkett, Chief Cook and Globtik Bob Thompson Second Cook, Richard Myton 1st mate, Roy Hamilton Mate, Nigel Snowdon 1st Mate, Rolo Tomkins 3rd Eng, Alan Feeley - his junior.

The well spoken bosun was Peter something - he brought his wife along with him on one trip.

Its no good Vic - I'll have to dig out the photos I've got and see if they jog my memory.

Take care,
Wow! some amazing memories are coming back reading those names. I joined GT on 7 7 73 and paid off 20 1 74 ( just checked my old discharge book) GT again 31 3 74 till 2 9 74 and GL 12 8 76 to 5 12 76 I remember Ian and Trish and Biscuit the dog Frank Cobb Globtik Bob and His son also Bob ,Bushy and Potts of course , have got loads of photos from both ships and will try to upload some as soon as poss . Who remembers a GP called Barry who had a major fall out with his "Best Freind " and wrecked a cabin while chucking each others stuff over the side. I started as GP jun OP and Left as GP OP 1 I remember having a row with Phil the pump when I was " Peggy " as he was so pissed he forgot to get his meal from the press , and blamed me cos someone else had ate it , still you've got to laugh I would'nt change a thing Ulric Majer thats a name and shape not to forget he used to free the mooring cable rollers with his bare hands. Alan Cox is another name that springs to mind and another jun called Taff could have been davy from Caernarfon I think . More memories please
Rob
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Old 27th November 2009, 22:07
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Hi Ken,

I sailed on them both from 1976 onwards until they went under the Japanese flag, as Second Mate. I've got a few photos at home including some of the lads (one memorable one of George Simpson Ch Eng - from Southport - doing his party piece of drinking a beer while standing on his head!) At the moment I'm in Kakakhstan, but when I get back home I'll see what I can dig out.

I remember many of the names - I seem to recall another Chief Engineer called Ken but the family name escapes me. I have kept in touch periodically with John Latka (Chief Mate on the big ones) and Malcom George (Second Mate). I would like to know what happened to Pete Mills.

I sailed with a Third Engineer who according to a magazine article my wife spotted, is now inside for murdering his wife on St Anne's beach, (I'm not saying his name here just in case I got it wrong!)

Kieth Marsh was a Chief Steward - last I heard was that he was running a chippy down south.

A Bosun (CPO officially), Frankie Cobb was a real diamond - he helped me out immensely when I was promoted to Chief Mate on the Windsor a couple of years later.

Who could forget "Bushy and Potts"?

Could go on all day - they were great ships and a lot of good shipmates.

Take care,

Paul.
Hi Paul, i am also trying to find people from globitks, i was junior , then 4th engineer, i am not sure if we sailed togther but i am better on faces than names, it was good to read some of the peoples names that you know, was the chief engineer you were trying to think of kieth stanton ? i sailed with pete mills " the gentle giant " (dont know what happened to him ) and i hold John Latka in very high esteem and would love an address for him and any of the other lads, including the " The King of Canvey Island " Mr cobb with his side kicks bushy and potts, Kieth Marsh, richard thewlis and of course my very good friend Alan Tyrell, i havent got his address either but i am sure that if you have any of the geordie lot address's i can find alan, i am also going to find all my photos , i never heard anything about a third engineer murdering his wife but i did sail with one that stole money from kieth marsh's office then told the captain it was me ! when it was actually him who stole it and i cant remember his name either ! well i hope you have a safe trip back from Kakakhstan, cheers paul bennett
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Old 27th November 2009, 22:18
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Hi Ken.. only just spotted this today so apologise for the late reply.
These are the names of guys I actually sailed with in my 6yrs with Globtik:

Captains; Doug Hindle, Ken Mackay, A. Maclean, Ian Sadler (and trish), Charles Scudamore, Tyler.

Deck offs; Geoff Gregory(c/o then master), Richard Hunt, Tim West(c/o then master), Peter Torr, John Latka, Pete Humphreys, Peter Mills, Dave Berry, Malcolm George, Ernie Lamb, Paul Tillman, Pete Mason, Paul Stillitano (luigi), Godwin Batteren (nigerian),

Engineers; Stan Pascoe, J. Rennison, Ian Mackay, J. Smith, George Simpson, Tom Blackburn, Keith Standon, Bill Hanson, Jack Emmett, P. Williams, Dick Thewlis, Brian DeWolf, M. Oldfield, Bill Smith, Pete Gregory, P. Fuller, G. Adams, Geoff Peacock, W. Reid, I. Bryant, Wee Jimmy Henderson, Colin Blyth, J. Cliff, M. MacMonagle, Paul Bennett (taken off by americans after head injury), Barry Bennett, Denis Haig, Steve Royle, Paddy Parker, Graham Allen, Kevin Finnegan,

Electricians; John Fay, T. Durkin, Billy Tarr, Peter Weir, Alan Tyrell.

Cat/offs; Stan Thompson, Colin Cox, A. Saunders, Keith Marsh

Radio/offs; Ray Halpin, P. Chadwick, M. Gannon, E. Artingstol.

Crew; Brian Bush, Billy Potts, Jim Brown, Frankie Cobb, Tom Ferguson, Paddy ? (irish bosun),

I can picture a few more but just cannot recall their names, like the Welsh pumpman (Taffy ?) who stayed on the Tokyo I think for well over a year so as to reclaim income tax. Another pumpman, big Dave ?. Another bosun, from London area, well spoken guy.


The last couple of years I didn't keep the records going and I regret that now because there are a lot more names I haven't included.. but, maybe someone who reads this may be able to add to the list.

So.. how many of the above can you remember ??

Cheers for now

Vic
Hi Vic, yep its me paul bennett taken off by the americans with an head injury,ha,ha, i did return to the ship after a short spell in Maidervale hospital, i would be really pleased if you have any emails or addresses of any of the lads so i could at least wish them happy christmas, cheers paul

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Old 27th November 2009, 22:21
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Wow! some amazing memories are coming back reading those names. I joined GT on 7 7 73 and paid off 20 1 74 ( just checked my old discharge book) GT again 31 3 74 till 2 9 74 and GL 12 8 76 to 5 12 76 I remember Ian and Trish and Biscuit the dog Frank Cobb Globtik Bob and His son also Bob ,Bushy and Potts of course , have got loads of photos from both ships and will try to upload some as soon as poss . Who remembers a GP called Barry who had a major fall out with his "Best Freind " and wrecked a cabin while chucking each others stuff over the side. I started as GP jun OP and Left as GP OP 1 I remember having a row with Phil the pump when I was " Peggy " as he was so pissed he forgot to get his meal from the press , and blamed me cos someone else had ate it , still you've got to laugh I would'nt change a thing Ulric Majer thats a name and shape not to forget he used to free the mooring cable rollers with his bare hands. Alan Cox is another name that springs to mind and another jun called Taff could have been davy from Caernarfon I think . More memories please
Rob
i'm sure i was onboard when barry wrecked the "married" cabin, ha,ha,ha,
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Old 28th November 2009, 00:09
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Hi Paul, i am also trying to find people from globitks, i was junior , then 4th engineer, i am not sure if we sailed togther but i am better on faces than names, it was good to read some of the peoples names that you know, was the chief engineer you were trying to think of kieth stanton ? i sailed with pete mills " the gentle giant " (dont know what happened to him ) and i hold John Latka in very high esteem and would love an address for him and any of the other lads, including the " The King of Canvey Island " Mr cobb with his side kicks bushy and potts, Kieth Marsh, richard thewlis and of course my very good friend Alan Tyrell, i havent got his address either but i am sure that if you have any of the geordie lot address's i can find alan, i am also going to find all my photos , i never heard anything about a third engineer murdering his wife but i did sail with one that stole money from kieth marsh's office then told the captain it was me ! when it was actually him who stole it and i cant remember his name either ! well i hope you have a safe trip back from Kakakhstan, cheers paul bennett
Hi Paul,

I posted to you on the other thread and was going to put a link to here, but I see you found your own way!

I remember the stolen money incident and I remember the guy's name too! When the story went round that it was you I never did believe it and so I was not surprised when the truth came out and you were declared innocent.

John Latka lives in Spain now. Last time I saw him was pure coincidence - he was OIM on a FPSO off of Nigeria and I, having become a Service Engineer (believe it or not!), went out there to change out some seal components. As you say, John is one of the best and it was great to see him again.

I'd love to know what happened to Pete Mills. I've posted on here and trolled the web quite a few times without any success.

Vic Hubbert definitely wins the prize for the best memory, judging by all the names he's listed!!

You and I used to compete in push-ups and pull-ups etc - although I always came a poor second!

Anyway, great to hear from you again. Let's hope this thread going back up to the top jogs a few more memories.

Take care,

Paul.

P.S. It was Keith Stanton I was thinking of - thanks for that!
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I was speaking to Davey Burns, ex 2nd Cook & Baker, on my last leave & he is having treatment for cancer & I think? He is in remission. I've mentioned this site to him so hopefully he turns up here soon as he has some good stories from his days on the GT & GL.
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Hi Vic, yep its me paul bennett taken off by the americans with an head injury,ha,ha, i did return to the ship after a short spell in Maidervale hospital, i would be really pleased if you have any emails or addresses of any of the lads so i could at least wish them happy christmas, cheers paul
I remember that night as it was my birthday party when you first collapsed with your head injury. Trish realised that there was something amiss.
I think the name of ship that took you off was the USS Thruxton (?) a logistic support vessel.
Wouldn't break radio silence until they were close.
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i was on the maiden voyage of the tokyo with a great gang of geordies the bosun was frank cobb
hi, i was on the globtik in 74 i am also trying to trace some old ship mates. i am just new to this site so not quite familiar with the set-up. looking forward to catch up with some old mates.
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Anyone who sailed on the Globtik Tokyo------- Hi I'm Richy Davis.I sailed on the Tokyo in 1974--------fantastic ship!
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