|1942 to 1943||San Roberto||deck apprentice|
|1944||Empire Traveller||deck apprentice|
|1945||San Roberto||3rd officer|
|1945||San Venancio||3rd officer|
|1945||San Ubaldo||extra 3rd officer||homeward bound as supernumary|
|1945||San Gaspar (1)||3rd officer|
|1948||San Vito||2nd officer|
|1949 to 1950||San Leopoldo (2)||unknown|
|1950||San Silvestre (2)||2nd officer|
|1951||San Gaspar (1)||2nd officer|
|1951 to 1952||San Ubaldo||1st mate|
|1952||San Casto||1st mate|
|1952 to 1953||San Wenceslao||1st mate|
|1953 to 1954||San Wilfrido (2)||1st mate|
|1954 to 1955||San Cirilo||chief officer|
|1954||San Adolfo||1st mate|
|1959 to 1960||San Casto||master|
21/3/42 - Heavily damaged by a Japanese submarine torpedo attack south of Ceylon (Sri Lanka). She managed to reach port and was repaired. 1955 Sold to the Price Soc.
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|San Gaspar (1)||
18/7/42 - Torpedoed off Trinidad and was repaired. 23/2/54 - Arrived at Osaka for scrapping.
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San Lorenzo (1914-28). 3/6/17 Torpedoed off NW Ireland, towed in and repaired. 1917 Tonnage openings closed and thereafter the tonnages were 12097 get.
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|San Salvador (1)||
15/12/47 - Damaged by collision off Curacao with Tucupita and subsequent fire. Condemned and in 1949 sold for scrapping at Buenos Aires.
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My father Desmond Doyle served as Chief Officer from 57-58. He took over command 259/58 due to Capt. Gibb becoming ill.
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My father Desmond Doyle was aboard for the last North Atlantic convoy of the WWII and on her independent return to the UK.
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