I visit thuis site for the frist time in 2014 and it brings up mans Nice memories.
Last week i found the shell film voortvarend, Wheel i player a verg small rol.
I also recgnize two sailers Kees de Jong and Jan van den Brink. Are the re any
Otter won where on board of the Acila in 1965? I wonder.
My step father Harry Redman sailed as junior engineer on the Vivien Louise in the 1950's. His picture of the ship has a totally different superstructure midships and stern from all other pictures. Did it have a rebuild in its career.

M Morgan
I joined the ship in Barrow in Furness and sailed on her from my home town in 1957 until 1958. I was the Electrical officer at that time called "Lecky". My wife Joyce and baby daughter Sharon joined us at Gravesend, while the ship was in dry dock. The pilot brought baby milk onboard. The chief engineer "Killer Cane", and baby Sharon got on like a house on fire! An enjoyable encounter for us all and a good crew!
im 71 now worked on shell ships from 1963 up to 1993 better known as mad jack
just woundering anyone still about i saild with if so drop me a line
Hi John,
Just a bit of info. I sailed with a 5/E. Called Mike Hardy on the Volsella in 1963/4.
Afraid I have no further info on him.
Hi John, I live in Hunstanton so does a C/E. Whereabouts do you live

Hi Kees,
Looking for the whereabouts of a junior engineer named Mike 'Hands' Hardy who sailed with me on the Axina and came from Yarmouth Norfolk UK.
I am at present living in Norfolk and would love to hear that he is alive and well.
Ken Waterworth was the Chief Engineer on board at the time.
Would appreciate any contacts who knew this lovely guy.
Zijn er nog bekenden die hier wel eens uit sentiment naar kijken?
Were you on Hemicardium in June 1965?
Hi to all my fellow crew members on MV Amastra 49 years ago. Still remember that night in Nha Trang when Viet Cong tried to do away with us.Still holding on to the anchor chain. Any more out there. Barney.
In 1965 a promotion movie was made by Dutch Shelltankers.
To be seen on YouTube:
It includes shots of the Arca, Acila and Atys are to be seen in different locations.
Pernis, Curacao, Kieler Channel, the Botnic and the Suez Canal.
Enjoy it
Frans Willemse
My father was the 4th engineer on board of the Letecia when she was attacked by the U47 on 27-6-1940. He was one of the persons who were picked up by this German submarine. He sailed during the war for the CSM. After the war he had his career as a successful engineer and died on 16-12-2012 at the age of 95 years.