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1979 to 2000
|08/28/2011 - 20:10||Billy Ogilby||
Served on the Eburna as she sailed to the Falkland Islands during the conflict. I sailed with a great bunch of guys Officers and Crew, an experience I will always remember.
|12/21/2010 - 16:51||Mike Big Taff H...||
more r/r after yet another tough winter up in the north sea. this fine vessel served a purpose, west indies for a change,based out of curacao.did a couple of 6 month trips out here in early 80s,all over the shop,venezeuala,aruba,jamaica,haiti,dom rep,colombia,trinidad,chile,peru,ecquador and many more,all holding great memories.missed out on the falklands do,when she was req by mod ,already been aboard for 6 months so turned offer to stay aboard down .great ship and good friends made.
|04/02/2009 - 09:04||Sean Marsh||
Whilst serving aboard the Eburna in 1979-1980 we picked up two lots of Vietnamese refugees. I have pictures, which i think one of the engineers took, of the rescue of the first boat load we picked up in the South China sea. I believe everyone involved in that rescue were given a set of photos. The second boat load of refugees we picked up a couple of months later off the Thai coast. They were very lucky because two Thai fishing boats were steaming towards them at a great rate of knots and not all Thai fishermen were friendly! I believe my memory serves me right but if anyone who was on board at the time has a better recollection of events maybe they could update it.