Completed 1966 ad "DONOVANIA" for STUK. 1985 sold to Troodos Group Cyprus and renamed Worthy. 10.1992 arrived Alang for scrap.

Also known as
IMO number
Call sign
Construction number
71.171 ton
Length overall
Year of construction
Year of renaming/broken up
Service for Shell
1966 to 1985
Flag state
Home port



Name Job Period Details
Gordon Rich 5th engineer 1967
Dave Howden 2nd mate 1967 to 1968 last trip
Roger Sparling 5th engineer 1968 to 1970
Alan Knight uncertificated 3rd mate 1969 to 1970
Gordon Smith 5th engineer 1970 to 1972
Terry Hunter 3rd mate 1970 to 1971
Les Snowden 5th engineer 1971
Jack Hewitt 2nd officer 1971
Syd Cochrane chief engineer 1971 to 1972
Colin S. Bland 4th engineer 1972 to 1973
Kevin Blackburn 4th engineer 1972 to 1975
George Greenshields 5th engineer 1973 to 1974
Steve Almond engineer cadet 1974
Adrian Lamb chief officer 1974 to 1975 last trip deep sea
Bob Norton 5th engineer 1974 to 1975
Brian Graham extra chief engineer 1975 to 1976 motor time
Les Snowden 3rd engineer 1975
Ron Frend 5th engineer 1975
Stephen Bunce 5th engineer 1975 to 1976
Dave Thorpe-willett engineer cadet 1975
Les Straughan 5th engineer 1975
Ian Thornhill 3rd mate 1975
Phil Holt engineer cadet 1975 First trip Eng Cadet
Douglas M.C. Renton master 1976
Roger Beecroft 5th engineer 1976 to 1977
Tim Brimblecombe 5th engineer 1976
Fred Richardson engineer cadet 1976
Bernard Teale extra 2nd engineer 1976 to 1977 motor time
Brian Blythe 3rd mate 1977 to 1978
Eamon Mullin 3rd mate 1977 to 1980 deck cadet and 3rd mate
Bob Marshall 2nd mate 1977
Andy House 5th engineer 1977
Joe Colliver 5th engineer 1977
Andrew Price 3rd mate 1977
Graham Harrison engineer 1978
Alan Peat 5th engineer 1978
Robert Yuille 3rd engineer 1978
Andy House 5th engineer 1978 to 1979
Iain Mccoll chief steward 1979 to 1980
Alan Burns radio officer 1979
Peter G. Furmston radio officer 1979
John Rose chief officer 1979
Geoff Jones cadet 1980 to 1981
Peter Rogers radio officer 1980
Graham Lister 5th engineer 1980 to 1981
Andy House 3rd engineer 1980 to 1981
Peter Davidson 2nd mate 1980
Michael Leavy deck cadet 1980
Anton Williams deck cadet 1981
Andy House 3rd engineer 1981 to 1982
Simon Maasz 3rd mate 1981 to 1982
Willie Carle superintendent engineer 1981 to 1982
David Wilson chief steward 1981 to 1982
Geoff Jones deck cadet 1981 to 1982
Richard Whing 2nd mate 1982 to 1983
David Morgan engineer cadet 1982
Graham Lister 4th engineer 1982
Steven Matthews 3rd mate 1982 to 1983
Ashley Barnard 3rd engineer 1982
Bill Glaister 3rd mate 1982
Brandon Dickson 2 cadet 1982
Brian Graham chief engineer 1982
Stuart Gallaway 2nd mate 1983 to 1984
Stephen Mackin deck cadet 1983 to 1984
John Peter Hunter 3rd engineer 1983
Neil Doyle cadet 1983
Eduardo Santiago Vi sailor a/b 1984 to 1985
Chris Renton deck cadet 1984 to 1985
Bernard Reynolds captain (commanding officer) 1984 to 1985
kevinkstephenso... 2nd mate 1984
Derek Wallace D... chief engineer 1984 North Sea
Dave Freeman 2nd officer 1985 onboard when handed over to Toodos


Date Visitor Anecdote
06/08/2012 - 18:00 Roger Beecroft

I will always remember Tommy Teapot (Seymour) the Chief Engineer, who had more than a passing resemblance to Sid James asking me a very technical question in the machinery control room one watch. The question was 'where is the fresh water evaporator on this ship?a??. I breathed a sigh of relief as I definitely knew the answer!

04/07/2012 - 00:49 Gordon Rich

We entered the Suez Canal on route to the Gulf when the war broke out. We were stuck in the Lakes for 2 nights blacked out while planes were being fired within sight. Eventually allowed to proceed to load up in the gulf. Then plans changed and sailed to Japan. Quite an interesting trip