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1959 to 1976
|Edward Ted Gann||assistant steward||1957 to 1958|
|Peter Edward Lowery||assistant steward||1957 to 1958|
|Barry Mckay||2nd mate||1958 to 1959|
|Ian F. Boon||chief officer||1958|
|Len Mazza||assistant steward||1959 to 1960|
|Tom Grieves||chief officer||1960|
|Roger Corner||deck apprentice||1960 to 1961|
|Arthur R. Geake||2nd officer||1960 to 1961|
|Derek Henry Bowdery||engineer cadet||1960|
|Eric Phillips||chief officer||1961 to 1962|
|Geoff Walker||assistant steward||1961|
|Thomas Otto Kane||senior ordinary seaman||1961 to 1962|
|Robert Preston||5th engineer||1961 to 1962|
|Lo David||quartermaster||1963 to 1964|
|Tom Hamilton||junior engineer||1964 to 1965|
|Lawrence Lawson...||2nd engineer||1964 to 1965|
|Mike Jones||deck apprentice||1970|
|11/04/2009 - 04:37||John Peter Briand||
I joined the Holospira in Singapore in June 1969 as first trip Chief Officer.This was also my 'honeymoon' trip as Brenda joined with me, for what was to be an 8 month trip. It is interesting to record that I was one of 9 first trip Mates all on one of the famous KLM 'combi-flights'. (Does anyone else remember those?) Only 5 of us completed our tours of duty successfully enough to remain in that rank permanently.
|09/13/2009 - 01:58||Len Mazza||
MY FIRST SHELL JOB ,THOUGH SHE WAS STILL EagleOil at that time.
Also my first to Hong Kong.etc
STAYED WITH SHELL UNTIL 1967 WHEN I SLUNG MY HOOK TO N.Z.
BEST WISHES TO EX.SHIPMATES.