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GXUN / ELNO9
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1978 to 1997
|08/22/2016 - 01:55||Hung Huynh||
I was fleeing from Vietnam in 1983 July, I was a part of the Vietnamese boat people who were escaping from south Vietnam due to communism and the poverty at the time. I was saved by entalina, along with many others, and I was hoping that I could track down the captain who is responsible to saving mine and my fellow friends lives. I am forever grateful, and would love to be able to show my gratitude and appreciation that I couldn't show at the time as I did not know how to speak English. it has been about 33 years since I was last saved from the sea, and I would love to have the honour and the opportunity to meet the man who saved my life again.
|08/28/2013 - 09:12||Wilco Van Amersfoort||
Met my wife onboard the Entalina. She was cadet, I was the new 3rd Officer boarding in Trinidad.
|12/22/2012 - 13:04||Clive Evans||
I was onboard entalina as the radio officer. we picked up 150 vietnamese boat people and took them to Darwin. 4 days at anchor. whilst all were processed and landed by the australian authorities. Dawin radio great help and they all attended at ships party afterwards so we could thank them for their help this included all port officials, medical staff and local mission. Captain Was Norman Sloan, Mate was Mike Pryce from new zealand.several vietnamese stayed in darwin some went to usa, some to uk. they wrote us a letter of thanks which I have mislaid so would like a copy if possible.
|06/21/2012 - 15:15||Trevor Ayre||
I joined the Entalina in New York (Actually New Jersey, and staed on her for 6 months, running downto Venezuela.