Thank you dom, it was indeed the Flying Enterprise. I plan to contact the late William Tolton's wife Cathy in Cobh tonight as she is my Mum's best friend (both in their late 80's) William had kept a very good log of the Turmoil's ventures. In the mid sixties I was advised by the then Personnel Manager of Verolme Cork Dockyard, Tony Byrne, that he was collating all of William's do***ents following his tragic accidental death, whilst boarding a Cork Harbour Pilot Launch from a ship which he had piloted down the river Lee. I will keep you posted as hopefully this invaluable do***entation is still in existence.dom said:maybe the ship flying enterprise,sank of falmouth 51 52
In my time (50's and 60's) Dancy was master of the Clutha River and then disappeared. I have no idea what happened to himDid Kenneth Dancy become master of a tanker, I heard a story that he was master of a tanker in BA. The story goes that the crew walked off in protest due to his arrogence towards them, apparently he was flown back to the UK and replaced by another master.