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1956 to 1976
|08/22/2016 - 12:08||Michael Jhall||
Joined the ship in dubi in the gulf we joined at sea we got on old crew got off then went down to singers spent time in dry dock in Japan 18 days in shimonoseki agreat time for us all the captains name was Farnell his wife Elva sailed with us . My best mates were Charlie Mcintire an Stuart mulvenna he was fist trip second cook and baker a great crew to sail with
|01/13/2014 - 12:45||Josie. Croft||
Joined in Rotterdam, nearly turned round it was a rust bucket. Paid off in Panama, Chief Steward told me it was food poisoning and we had a bouncing baby boy in June 1973.
|04/28/2013 - 13:14||Steven William Veal||
The Hinnites was my first ship when I was just 21. Although I ended my career with shell over 34 years ago , I still have dreams and fond memories of those times. The Hinnites for me was a good ship with lots of character and made by craftsmen. The engineers on board were my mentors and I took much of my new found skills with me into later life and an on-going career in water treatment.
|03/03/2012 - 17:35||Paul Ayers||
Joined her in Singapore 6 months on the Na Bai run apart from a run to Borneo (Sandakan, Labuan, Kota Kinabalu)
|10/18/2011 - 00:59||John H Lightfoot||
Joined the Hinnites on the River Tyne as an 18 year old Engineer Apprentice in Sept 1961 and 10 months later had sailed right round the world on her, visiting many countries I didn't even know existed. What an experience.
|07/22/2011 - 14:55||Peter Hodgson||
A young inexperienced Engineering chap joined ship in Newcastle thought the ship stopped at night.Didn't like the idea of standing watches left the ship the next time we docked UK.
|01/28/2010 - 22:29||Ian Coulman||
Hinnites , otherwise known as the the honeymoon ship. Yes we did and it was great!!!!