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1959 to 1978
|12/17/2017 - 19:21||Ronald Morrice||
I did two trips, 2nd trip was from 4 April 1963 to 28 January 1964. During the trip around the world President Kennedy was assassinated.
|08/10/2013 - 22:12||Richard Tomlinson||
On the 3rd December, 1961, after having loaded cargo we left the port of Pladju near Palembang, Indonesia and headed down the Musi River. On reaching the river bar we ran aground and all efforts to get the ship off with our own engines failed. We waited for an appropriate high tide the next day but all efforts to get under way failed. On the following day, 5th December, no attempt was made as the tide was not high enough, but a tug arrived and was standing by. On the 6th we tried again and she started moving, and finally got under way bound for Singapore after a three day delay.
|03/17/2011 - 20:06||Chris Johnson||
Joined Nov 73 at Hamburg Dry Dock.Stayed in Hotel while shot blasting carried out - Had great time in Hamburg as met a school mate in Top Ten Club.He was playing in a band and I became a fictional road manager for them.Left in Lisbon Dec 73.
|02/12/2011 - 12:02||Ronald E Tait Orkney||
I was on contract with Shell Tankers for 10 years. Started off as catering boy on San Emiliano and my last ships were the lightening ones Darina, Natasina and Halia,before joining P&O Ferries.
|12/01/2009 - 15:44||Michael Hutton||
I was an engineer officer for Shell from 1966 to 1970. I sailed on the Arianta for 6 months in 1967/8. Unfortunately I cannot remember exact dates. It was my first trip as 4th Engineer and a senior watchkeeper.
|03/20/2009 - 20:20||Jon Welford||
Joined in Malta, as Deck cadet, Later we damaged the bow entering the dock at Antwerp and later smashed the prop at Stanlow. The crew on board at that time were fantastic, never been on a ship like it. Brilliant.