|04/21/2020 - 22:51||Mark Perkin||
|06/24/2014 - 03:09||Brandon Dickson 1||
Limnea. Aye, Mike Big Taff Harding. It was an unusual trip. I was second trip apprentice. Most of the layup work was done in around three weeks, then the French dockers went on strike. Much delays but lots of fun. If we weren't playing football or cricket, it was off to the sailing club. Also trip to riding centre and so on. That took care of most of the days which would typically end with us playing Risk which a few of us had become addicted to. Some games would last days.
|12/30/2010 - 18:34||Mike Big Taff H...||
really strange job this one , think i picked the limnea in brest . very short manned ship , we were to take it to loch striven near rothsay on the clyde.only onboard for a month tried to finish of the huge stock of cases of lager left on board .spent the whole time aboard stripping the limnea of anything of any value and not nailed down into a barge in the loch. think we had double money to do this trip ,would of been rude to turn them down ha ha .
|10/22/2009 - 02:03||David Bailey||
we jond this ship in boneyo ther was 2 davids on this crew lis me and david willky
|03/16/2009 - 15:38||Tony Taylor||
To join in Brunei Bay where she was layed up involved a two hour launch trip (seemed like two anyway). As we approached the ship the superintendent eng. pipes up and said "just one thing lads, be careful where you put your hands, we have had reorts of sea snakes climbing aboard" I wont bother you with the replies.
|01/09/2009 - 12:41||Roy Tillett||
Had Great Dry Dock Time Singapore Wages For Fun,Only 16 At The Time What An Experience...Joined Borneo-Paid Off-Rotterdam