Mysella

About

Completed 1970 as Mysella for STUK, by joining two halves afloat. 1976 ran aground in Singapore Strait. Serious bottom damage. 1976 sold to Bergesen and renamed Berge Captain but resold to Mobil as Mobil Tern. 1978-1982 laid up Piraeus as Solon. 1982 sold Arabian Int. and renamed Alaman. 12-1983 arrived Yokohama for scrap. Midsection sold to National Iranian Oil as Floating Storage Production and renamed Pazargad.

Information
Also known as
Berge Captain
Mobil Tern
Solon
Alaman
IMO number
7002667
Call sign
GYYX
Construction number
536
Tonnage
212.759 ton
Beam
47m
Length overall
325m
Year of construction
1970
Year of renaming/broken up
1983
Service for Shell
1970 to 1976
Cargo
Class
Flag state
Home port
Manager
Shipyard
Status
Photo(s)

Sailors

Name Job Period Details
Terry Crook 5th engineer 1970 to 1971
Paul Darnell catering boy 1970 to 1971
Patrick Jude Mo... radio officer 1970 to 1971
Gerald Mcvey grade 1 seaman 1971 to 1972
Shaun Heffernan 5th engineer 1971 to 1972
David Wilson 2nd cook 1971
Eric Mager able seaman (grade 3) 1971
Ken Wells 2nd cook 1971 to 1972
Ian Stretton Walker chief officer 1971 to 1972
Robin Buncombe 5th engineer 1971
John Robert Cunliffe junior radio officer 1972 to 1973
Raymond Laws 2nd cook 1972 to 1973 Catering officer was Bill Cowan then Tony Walmsley
Martin E Mowlem po 1972 to 1973
Nigel Draffin 2 4th engineer 1972 to 1973
Fred Craig catering boy 1972
Timothy F. Porter 3rd mate, 2nd mate 1972 to 1973
Anthony Terry W... catering offficer 1973
Dave Carmichael 5th engineer 1973 to 1974
Andy Johnson 2nd cook and baker 1973 to 1974
Peter Green 5th engineer 1973
Paul Darnell 2nd steward 1973 to 1974
Robert John Cush 5th engineer 1974
Stephen Hudson 5th engineer 1974 to 1975
Peter John Eastick 2nd cook 1974
Ian Pickersgill able seaman (grade 2) 1974 to 1975
Ian Jones Taffy gp 1 seaman 1974 to 1975
Michael Paul Li... engineer cadet/5th engineer 1974
Robert T. Dunbar 3rd officer 1974
Thomas Orr Graden wife 1974 to 1975 wife (idle rich)
Billy Cruickshank grade 1 seaman 1974
Michael Hunt assistant steward 1974 to 1975
Jim Brown assistant steward 1975 to 1976
Richard Entwistle 3rd engineer 1975
Bill Sanderson 5th engineer 1975
Iain Mccoll chief steward 1975
Stefan Laing 4th engineer 1975
Robin Macleod 3rd mate 1975 to 1976
Colin Osman extra 3rd engineer 1975
David Else chief engineer 1975
Greg Hoare 3rd engineer 1975 to 1976
Nigel Mott 5th engineer 1976
Mike Ewart 2nd engineer 1976
Robin Dunn deck cadet 1976
Richard Whing navigation cadet 1976

Anecdotes

Date Visitor Anecdote
07/18/2012 - 20:58 Jim Brown

April 1976 flew down to Heathrow from Manchester ,then onto Amsterdam overnight stop in Airport hotel.Then flew to Singapore had a 3 day wait for her to come in .Joined her from a small launch .Can remember the ship's radio playing the commentry of the Grand National race just as we were coming aboard, this would be about 10.30 local time .We then set sail for the Gulf but by midnight we had run aground, holed badly .We were lightened then towed back to dry dock ,We spent 2 months there (skeleton crew) before she was sold and we were flown home ,Sad note, though a local woman was killed on board when she fell down steps going down to the tanks .Cant imsgine any women doing tank cleaning in this country the or now . I was on her previously in Feb 1975-July 1975, the best trip I EVER HAD still mates with some of the guys from then .