|Mike Homer||engineer steward||1960 to 1961|
|Jacques Turcotte||seaman||1960 to 1965||ordinary seaman able seaman boatswain|
|Andre Trottier||able seaman||1960 to 1961|
|Rodney Henderson||passenger||1960 to 1965||My father was the first captain of the Emerillon but i only visited the ship once|
|Jack Richmond||fireman||1961 to 1969||fireman, oiler, junior engineer, 6th, 5th, 4th, 3rd, enginer|
|Armand Landreville||radio operator||1962||as replacement|
|John Clement||apprentice ordinary seaman||1965||First trip, May 10, 1965, from Portland Maine.|
|Laurie Hatfield||mate||1965 to 1973||cadet, 3rd. mate,2nd. mate|
|Carol Bradshaw||captain (commanding officer)||1965||My father, Carden Bradshaw, immediately succeeded Capt. Henderson as captian until he retired - not sure what date that was.|
|David Griffith||navigation cadet||1967 to 1968||navigation cadet officer|
|Ronald N. Radford||3rd officer||1967 to 1970||navigation cadet officer, 3rd officer|
|Gordon W. Thorpe||engineer||1970 to 1976||6th,5th,4th,3rd,relief 2nd engineer|
|Gordon Laughland||radio officer||1970 to 1971|
|Martin Corbett||engineer cadet||1974|
|11/01/2010 - 18:21||Jack Richmond||
I think it was in the summer of 1962 we were enroute from Kuwait to Marsaille when we ran aground going between Corsica and Sardinia. We continued on to France and then returned to Valetta Malta for dry dock.
Another time we were Southbound from Portland Maine to Puerto La Cruz Venezula and came upon the U.S. Navy blockade of Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
We were also in Nigeria when the Biafrian war was about to break out so we were sent to Las Palmas to await further orders.
I was on the Rincon Hills for a year and a half and was then transferred to the Emerillon where I spent another eight years until I married and took a job ashore.
My time sailing was a wonderful time and I often wonder what has become of the many friends and characters I spent those years with.
|10/23/2010 - 03:25||Armand Landreville||
this was my first ship as radio operator
|10/23/2010 - 03:11||Armand Landreville||
well this was my first ship as r/o and on the way back from venezuala