Like others have recently found this sight, whilst it is over 40 years ago can remember parts of the day and following days back to Pompey quite well, what is harder to remember now after a 25 year career is names. Had joined Ashanti if my memory serves me correctly early 77 as a JS(EW). Remember that we had been paid that morning and the person that went up before me was one of the stokers who died due to the fire. Once at emergency stations we assistant with boundry cooling and getting the anchors ready for letting go. Spent alot of time in A turret keeping warm. Yes Dundas then Penelope both came to our assistance but we got back to Pompey on G6's I believe. Some names on this forum our ringing bells, so if my memories are slightly wrong please do correct me.