|Brian Bacon||pumpman||1984 to 1989|
|Brett Whiteoak||3rd officer||1984 to 1985|
|Ian Mackenzie||chief steward||1986 to 1999|
|Stephen Gentles||able seaman||1988|
|John Rose||superintendent||1990 to 1993|
|Sam Bearda 2||master||1991|
|Ross Marsden Ab||able seaman||1995 to 1998|
|Ross Marsden Ab||deck||1995 to 1998||on deck watch keeping..pirate lookout|
|Jamie Proudlock||intergrated rating||1996 to 2000|
|Adrian Cazaly||5th engineer||1996 to 1998|
|Peter Hernando||engineer||1998 to 2009|
|Noel Newton||chief steward||1999 to 2004|
|Verner Haidak||electro technical officer||2002|
|08/08/2017 - 12:26||Stephen Gentles||
At anchor off one of the Persian Gulf states during Iran / Iraq war. Lifeboat drill held. 2nd mate in charge of boat. Decides to pull nearby Fish trap.
|03/29/2014 - 07:44||Shannon Banks||
I had the greatest time of my sea going career on the Nivosa. I was a trainee engineer onboard. She shaped my life that ole girl. She will always be remembered.
|08/19/2011 - 01:00||Harold Davies||
Shell Tanker NIVOSA/BALLINA: In June 1989 I found a bottle with a note in it on a desolate beach on the island of Abaco in the Bahamas. The note said it had been thrown overboard in mid-Atlantic on 18 Aug 1987. It was signed "The Master" I wrote a note to the address listed on the message and recieved a letter from a Capt Spooner who confirmed that the ship was at that position on the specified date but he never threw the bottle over. One of the crew must have signed "The Master" and and thrown the bottle over. So crew member you know who you are. It's time to come forward and set the record straight! lol. I still have the bottle and it has never been opened. I can still read the note from outside the bottle.