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Harrison Line News Letter No 1 Recently the Harrison Fleet, and hence Harrison Line's Personnel, have become more dispersed than formerly was the case. This is partly by reason of the acquisition of the Bulk Carriers and partly because of a slightly more flexible approach to chartering "in" and chartering "out" for the Liner trades, in combination with the fact that this year the seasonal paucity of homeward cargo in the Caribbean has coincided with the need to work tonnage by time-charter out to South Africa to cover our homeward berth. Incidentally, the vessels involved are very well regarded by the charterers. We attach, and will continue to attach, great importance to the discussions which we have with those in command .of the Company's ships both before a voyage and after its completion, and also to the visits which our Personnel Departments pay to vessels on arrival in the United Kingdom. Additionally, we shall continue to visit ships in port and to travel abroad in them when this is possible but, unfortunately, changing conditions are tending to reduce the number of opportunities which exist for personal contacts and, in all the circumstances, it is thought that an occasional 'News Letter', confidential to our Officer Personnel, would be appreciated as a means of keeping them informed of what was going on generally, and we will commence by outlining the positions of vessels at present operating outside the bounds of our normal 'parish' because this, in conjunction with the attached Manning List, will be of particular interest to former shipmates of individuals in the ships concerned. "CRAFTSMAN" having completed her outward voyage on our berth at Pt. a Pierre, is now on time-charter to Safmarine and is loading at Houston, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Savannah, Charleston, Hampton Roads, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York for discharge and re-delivery to us on the Cape Town/Beira range. "INVENTOR" also having finished her outward employment (including discharging a 150-ton lift at Halifax) in Trinidad, is now on timecharter to Dafra Lines of Copenhagen and having-loaded on their berth at Mobile, New Orleans and Houston is on-her way to discharge at Dakar, Monrovia, Tema and Port Harcourt. Upon re-delivery at the latter port she will proceed, in ballast, to the Cape for homeward employment on our berth. "ADVENTURER" was in a slightly different case inasmuch as after completing her recent hull repairs in Liverpool, bunching of the Fleet had left her without prospective outward employment for some little time, and we therefore time-chartered her to take a cargo of paper products from Hamina in Finland via the Kiel Canal to Houston and Vera Cruz and we have now


fixed her on a further time-charter to Safmarine to load at Stephenville, Montreal, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York for discharge and redelivery on the Cape Range of ports, where we hope to find her homeward employment on our own berth. "BENEFACTOR" is completing her present time-charter to Federal Commerce and Navigation Co. Ltd. by loading a cargo of bagged asbestos at Baie Verte in Newfoundland for discharge at Antwerp. "WAYFARER" after a couple of voyage charters to the British Phosphate Commissioners, loading on the first voyage at Nauru Island and discharging at Albany (after lightening at Kwinana) and on the second voyage loading at Christmas Island for Port Kembla, this vessel took a cargo of grain from Brisbane for discharge at Hakata and Moji. She is now on a 2- year time charter to the Russians and is taking a cargo of Iron Ore from Madras to Constanta, calling en route at Durban for fuel. "WANDERER" upon delivery from her builders, came on a 2-year time-charter to the Russians and is carrying a cargo of Sorghums from Gladstone, Queensland, to Odessa, having called en route at Freemantle for fuel. We decided to enter the Bulk Carrier field in order to broaden the base of our operations and being 'new boys' to these Trades we were very glad to be invited to join an operating consortium called Atlantic Bulkers, of which the partners are Bowrings (2 ships), Brostroms (2 ships), Denholms (2 ships) and Ocean Group who, like ourselves, are putting in 3 ships. This Consortium operates vessels of approximately 2 7 , 0 0 0 tons deadweight which is about the largest size of ship that can cater for relatively undeveloped port facilities (which is one of the reasons that they are equipped with their own cranes and grabs) and for which there should be a good demand for some time to come. The Atlantic Bulkers Consortium, which is very well operated by Denholm Coates (although the ships themselves are crewed and maintained by their owners) has established an excellent reputation for operating a first-class modern fleet, all, as mentioned above, fitted with excellent cargo handling gear and having speeds in excess of 15 knots, which is another very good marketing point. The policy of the Consortium is, for the time being, to run about 50% of its tonnage on a 'spot' basis and to place the remaining 50% on time-charters of up to 2 years duration, when rates are


attractive enough. Currently, five of the Consortium's Fleet are on timecharter to the Russians (including "Wayfarer and "Wanderer") and one to the Chinese. We appreciate that for the Personnel concerned, life is much different on bulk carriers from that on a conventional cargo liner. There are no permanent agents to assist our Personnel and, therefore, nobody to stand between the Master and the charterers, although we are always willing to help as far as possible over the many problems that inevitably need resolving. Up to the time of writing, however, the Personnel who have completed their first tour of duty on this class of vessel report favourably on the conditions and challenge with which they are faced. The "Wayfarer" and "Wanderer" seem to be shaking down well and we are sure that you will be interested to know that the finish of- the twa ships so far built by NKK at their Shimizu Yard was most favourably commented upon by both Masters and by the Supervising Engineer Superintendents. Captain Douglas has made it his business to acquaint himself with these new operations by taking passage in the "Wanderer" from Australia to Japan. We expect to take delivery of the "Warrior" on December 22nd 1973 and if the shipyard maintains the, accuracy in forecasting delivery dates which it has displayed hitherto, this is a firm date!!


We have already indicated that a desire to broaden and extend the base of our operations was a motive in entering the Bulk Carrier field and a broadening of the base has also been achieved in another direction, namely the acquisition of a 50% interest in the Bidston Shipping Company Limited, which operates Ro/Ro services in the Short-sea Trade between Felixstowe, Copenhagen and the southern ports of Sweden. This concern operates with chartered tonnage and we hope that an expansion of its activities can be achieved, to which end our own Trade Development network is providing additional marketing services, and we have seconded staff to the Company for a period of six months, including Captain Abbot who is now stationed at Felixstowe. The Bulker and the Bidston decisions by the Board have resulted from the work of a Sub-Committee of three Directors who, for the past two or three years have been devoting much of their time to seeking suitable diversifications, but with regard to our traditional liner business it has become clear to us that we must make some provision for the economical carriage of containers and we have been looking into this question as it affects the Caribbean and South African Trades. In the Caribbean this has been in conjunction with KNSM and Hapag Lloyd and in the South African Trade in conjunction with our other Conference colleagues. With regard to the Caribbean Trade we have now decided to go ahead, in conjunction with Hapag Lloyd and KNSM, and, between us, order five cellular container ships of 23,800 tons deadweight, with a speed of 22 knots and carrying 1200 containers, for delivery from Centromor Gdansk from late 1976 onwards. (Our share of this venture will be two ships). The vessels will be fitted with lOcyl. Sulzer engines, Type RND 90, and will have their own gantries but, in the event of the gantries becoming unnecessary as a result of the faster provision than is presently foreseen of shore gantries at the ports which we aim to serve, we shall be able to increase the container capacity in each of these ships to nearly 1500, Although the position could well alter between now and 1976, the present thinking is that the ships will initiate a first phase container service, within the framework of the West India Conference, between the North Continent/United Kingdom and a selected number of ports in the Caribbean and, possibly, Central America. It follows that conventional services to significant parts of the Caribbean will be required for a number of years to come. The decision to build in Poland was taken after preliminary enquiry had revealed a lack on interest (often evinced in very long delivery dates or very high price) on the part of most Western European Yards, and even Japanese Yards, which are presently seeking to attract VLCC's or LNG's. In the event, the most attractive 'package' was put before us by Centromor of Gdansk. In the South African Trade no final decision has yet been taken as to the type of ship to be designed ant it is unlikely that anything will take place before 1977, at the earliest, if only because there are no shipyards with the spare capacity to accept an order for earlier delivery. Thus it seems clear that at least for some years ahead the Trade will be run with conventional ships. We have mentioned above a number of activities which we hope you have found to be interesting and we close by attaching a copy of our Daily Diary from which you will be able to see the position of the vessels in our existing Fleet and that they are pretty busy in maintaining our full Liner (and Bulker) services. If this News Letter turns out to have served a useful and welcome purpose, we would propose to follow it at suitable intervals with further communications which may perhaps differ in form from the present one.

15th AUGUST 197 3


Tuesday, CODES

21st August 1973

Liverpool Tides (GMT) WORKING

DOCK

SHIP

AMENDMENTS

03.21

7.9m

(25.9) .

15.51

7«5M

NEXT VOYAGE

READY

REQUIRED

OUT

(24.6) SAILING

2142

MAGICIAN

S.E.2.Canada

Ldg.5

G'gouj Lpl/8'dos V e n e z . & T'dad

2448

NOVELIST

N.U/.2.Canada

Ldg.2

Lpl/King. & C.A.

1733

HISTORIAN

5.IU.Float-

Ldg.5

G'gou; B h d / S . A .

24 A u g .

28 A u g .

L p l / K i n g . M e x . & Gulf

31 A u g .

2347

NATURALIST

4651

RAPHAEL

4036

ADVISER

0534 '

AUTHOR

24

Mchstr/Lpl .

Mchstr. •

Dis.5

24

to N.E.Canada No.3

24 A u g .

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G'gou/

eln pm today to Lpl

16 A u g .

G'gouj Lpl/B* dos V e n e z . & T*dad

bl A u g .

Su/ansea/Bhd (l.W.Float) then (5,IL'.Float)

eld 1955 20th to Bhd

13 A u g .

G'gou; S'sea B h d / E . A .

10 Soot

Special S u r a e y . Floated a . m . today ready 10th Sept? 12 S e p t .

G* gou; Lpl/B'dos V e n o z , & T'dad

26 Sept

C o m m . . d i s . 28th

Lpl/King. & C.A.

0135

ADMINISTRATOR (SS) G'gou;

1249 (Charter)

DISCOVERER

Engr3.

N .111 >3, Canada Idle (awaiting Sugar Berth) 31 24

3 Sept.

7 Sopt

Ldon/S.A.

12 Sept

K'burg A'dam 4 L d o n / N . I .

22 A u g .

3228

BENEFACTOR

Antwerp

- Dis.

5056

SPECIALIST

H'burg.

Ldg„3

3049

TRADER

ETA am 29th for Lpl

10 S e p t .

L p l / K i n g . M e x . & Gulf

2041

LINGUIST

ETA Folkestone 2000 h r s . 21 A u g . for Ldon

29 A u g .

Ldon/lU.I."

29 A u g .

G'gou/ Lpl/3'dos V e n e z . & T ^ d a d

sis 24th to Ldon

30 A u g .

sis to A'dam pm today 15 A u g .

0943

DALESmAN

ETA Lynas 0001 23 A u g . for M c h s t r . Empty 31st

5651

UGANDA

ETA Avmth noon 13 S e p t , for Avmth B'faBt & L p l

14 Sept .

OVERSEAS MOVEMENTS 0 2 3 2 (Charter)

ADVENTURER

Off-hire 03D0 15 A u g . at Vera Cruz left 15 A u g . Montreal Canadian and U . S . A . Atlantic P o r t s / S . A .

S.A./Lpl E.A./Avmth Oublin 5: M c h a t r ,

0632

BARRISTER

3419 (Charter)

CRAFTSMAN

Left Savanna 14 A u g . U . S . G u l f / S . A .

S . A ./Lpl

0834

CUSTODIAN

Left Bhd 19 Duly G'gou; S'sea B h d / E . A . & Red Sea

E.A./Avmth Dublin & Mchstr*

1031

DEFENDER

Left U/alvis Bay 17 A u g . for M c h s t r . S.A./fflchatr,

Ldon/S.A.

1342

EXPLORER

Arr La Guaira 19th G'gou/ Lpl/B'dos V o n e z . & T'dad

Uiilmington/Lpl (Tcbacca C h a r t e r )

1835 (Charter)

INVENTOR (GE) •

Left Monrovia 19 A u g . Gulf/UJ.Africa

2248

MERCHANT

Left Lpl 14 A u g , L p l / K i n g . & M e x .

2549

PHILOSOPHER (GE & T S )

(GE&BS) Arr Dar es Salaam 4th berthed 5th G'gouj S'sea Bhd F a l m o u t h / t . A .

(8S)

S.A./Mchstr. -

G u l f / 8 1 f a s t M c h s t r . & Lpl

Left Guyana 15 A u g . for Ldon Guyana/Ldon

2530

PLAINSMAN

Arr Guyana 19th berthed 20th sis 21 A u g . G u y a n a / U . K .

2745

SCHOLAR

Arr New Orloans 1 8 . A u g . ols 21 A u g . G u l f / M c h s t r . L p l & A'deen

2846

STATESMAN

Arr Belize 17 A u g . sis 18 A u g . G u y a n a / U . K .

2934

TACTICIAN

Arr Durban 15 A u g . berths 17 A u g . sis 22nd A u g . L d o n / S . A .

(DD&TS)

21/22 A u g .

ATLANTIC BULKERS

Ldon/lli. I»

S.A./Avmth M c h s t r . '

.

3513

WAYFARER

ETA Conatanza 25 A u g . Madras/Ccnstanza

Russian Time Charter

3611

WANDERER

ETA Odessa 0600 24 A u g . Australio/Odossa

Russian Time Charter

OPERATED SHIPS 5451

U3AMAA

left Dakar 16 A u g . for Avmth E.A./Avmth B'fast-dc Lpl

5550

GUNTHER SCHULTE

Arr T J d a d 20 A u g . L d o n / l l M .

5750

BAARN (KNSfll)

Left Ldon 11 A u g . H'burg A*dam L d o n / N . I .

i

4 Sept 12 Sspt


"ADVENTURER" H . S . BLADON R . H . JONES K.M. McDERMOTT D. MACLEOD

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " n 3rd

T. FLATLEY

CATERING

OFFICER

J. HEDLEY S. McGLASHAN G . W . ELLIS D.S. McKAY D.R. JOHNSON H. TRAYNOR N . F . FLA YE J.B. SAVAGE J. CARRUTHERS

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd 3rd *fth 5th 6th 7th 1st E L E C T R I C I A N 2nd E L E C T R I C I A N

H.C. BLAIR A . G . HINES R . W . GRIFFITHS J. CARR R . G . JONES D . M . DAWBER E . L . JONES A . L . DIXON

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd " *fth " 5th " 6th " 1st E L E C T R I C I A N 2nd E L E C T R I C I A N

"AUTHOR" ON SPECIAL SURVEY

A . F . PEACOCK

PURSER/ CATERING OFFICER

"ADMINISTRATOR" F.V. SCRIVEN K. DORNAN D.C. ELLISON

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd "

T.P. MORIARTY

PURSER

A. JONES

CATERING

OFFICER

B.D. HART D. HARDY J. CARPENTER B. MILLER I.H. McCALLUM R . A . FURLONG S.P. WHITEHEAD J.V.K. GOSNEY

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd " kth " 5th " ELECTRICIAN CADET CADET

J. PRIDGEON D . W . THOMAS W . E . BORDLEY P. GAHAN L.P.A.HEATH B. HARPUR

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd " kth " 5th " 6th "

G . J . JONES M . C . HARRIS J. EATOUGH R.E. MILNE P.W. MASKELL D.J. ANDREWS R . T . JORDAN T.OLIVER

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd " ^•th " 5th " 6th " 7th " ELECTRICIAN

"BARRISTER" E.J. MAXWELL G. BATCHELOR J.W. GARRETT T.K. HALHEAD M. WRIGLEY K.I. MILTON

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET CADET

N. CAPELL

PURSER/CATERING OFFICER "BENEFACTOR'

I. MITCHELL J.J. DWYER N.B. HESKEM S.O. N O R R I S B.O. HAWLEY

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET

N . V . THOMAS

PURSER/CATERING OFFICER


"CRAFTSMAN" G.W. SIGSWORTH S. MARLOWE W . G . SWAINE WILLIAMS J. MEALOR K. INSKIP T.C. HARRISON

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET CADET

H.J. WILLIAMS

CATERING

J . LEE J. BEATON JO S T R O U D T.D. ROTHWELL J ROBERTSON R.O. GILBERT E. BARBE

5th " 1st E L E C T R I C I A N 2nd "

D.A. WILLIAMS C . W . LAMBERT C.L. QUIGLEY M. MANLY T. WARBURTON P. BRENNAN S.F. HORSEFALL R. WENTWORTH

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 1f 3rd ^fth " 5th " 6th " 1st E L E C T R I C I A N 2nd "

G.D. GAVINE A.E. BELL G. MARTIN K. DENT P. FURNISS R . M . CUSHING M.T. GRIGLEN B . D . COOKE

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd 3rd kth 5th 6th 7th ELECTRICIAN

J. HARPER G. GILLIES J.S. ATHERTON R . LEWIS M.J. NICHOLSON P. WHITTINGHAM

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd 3rd

CHIEF 2nd 3rd

ENGINEER " " "

OFFICER "CUSTODIAN"

R.B. SIMMONS I.D. BARBOUR S.C. DIXON N.A. JARDINE R.C.T. FORSHAW

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET

J.M, CORLETI

PURSER

T. SMITH

CATERING

OFFICER "DALESMAN"

W.L.M. DONALDSON N. JOHNSON T.M. FITZPATRICK N.J. HOWGEGC N. CAMPBELL B.C. D'ALMADA

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET CADET

M.N. BEST H. DAVIES

PURSER CATERING

OFFICER "DEFENDER"

T.A. BUTLER J.N. BROOK R . B . COX M.T. CAMM P. JONES

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " GADET

H. FULLER

PURSER/CATERING OFFICER

^th

5th 7th

"DISCOVERER" C.D. WILDE O.M. OWEN T.J. HUNTER A.C. MCMILLAN M. BOWKLEY A.J. PATTERSON

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd CADET CADET

R.W. TEER D.B. LYALL

PURSER CATERING

OFFICER

D.B. BRASSEY N. NEVIN R.J. BRAY A.G. WOOD O . J . FORREST D. PEDLEY L. JANICKI L.C. OXLEY

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd 3rd *fth 5th 6th 7th ELECTRICIAN


"EXPLORER" E. SHERLOCK M . S . BROOKS M.R. BELL J . A . COOK C.J. DOBSON

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET

P. OBERG J.J. CORMACK

S. PURSER ASST. PURSER

K.J. CLAPHAM

CATERING OFFICER

T.M. K E A T L E Y A. CLARKE K . E . DUFFY R.W. WILSON M . R . J . LEWIS D.J. SMITH D.A. WILLIAMS J.H. BURROWS

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd " 4th

5th 6th 7th

" " " "

ELECTRICIAN

"HISTORIAN" W.E. G.W. D.P. J.K. N.J.

HINDE BENTLEY FARRELL BARRETT BEVAN

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET

S. KNAPNAN

PURSER

L. BREEN

CATERING

OFFICER

E. ROOK D.H. BIRD D.W. ELKES T.V. WILCOCK D.S. ALMOND J.R. KING C.R. TURTON J. GALLAGHER T. PAINE M.P. DELISLE P.E. PATTERSON

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd "

4th 5th 6th 7th

" " " "

1st E L E C T R I C I A N 2nd " CADET CADET

"INVENTOR" A.T. CREER P.C. CLEMENTS J.A. COTTER P.G. MASTERS AHMED ACHILEO

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER

D. WESCOMBE

2nd

"

3rd CADET CADET

"

CATERING

OFFICER

A. HUMPHRY E . H . BENT J.I. PRITCHARD N. LIDBURY B. GILLAM S oR. H A N N A N T T. DRUMMOND C. SIMS D.M. DAVIES

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd "

4th 5th 6th 7th

" " " "

1st E L E C T R I C I A N 2nd "

"LINGUIST' B. CROOK R.T. PLATT E.C. HANSON I.R.F. DAVIS I. WALSH

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET

B. MILES

PURSER

R.V. PRITCHARD

CATERING

M.J. DOBSON D. MACINTYRE T. DENMAN S. SLATTERY R. RENDER R . J . HALL P.A. TOOTLE R. DAVIES

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd .

4th 5th 6th 7th

" " " "

ELECTRICIAN

OFFICER "MAGICIAN"

M. WATSON R.J. SMITH P. EDGINTON R. BABOORAM

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd "

J.W. POLGLASS

PURSER

G. ROBINSON

CATERING

OFFICER

E. ALLAN R.A. WILSON G. WILLIAMS G.M. ROTHWELL L.T. KELLY A.S. DALGARNO J . M A R S DEN. P. KELLY K.J. WILSON J.E. BRAY W . E . CUBBON

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd "

4th 5th

" "

6th " 7th " 1st E L E C T R I C I A N 2nd " CADET CADET


"MERCHANT" W.L. ASHTON A . E . L . JONES D.A. BEEL P.W. WRAY

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd "

T.W. McPHAIL

PURSER

A.HUNTER

CATERING

OFFICER

J.E. GASCOIGNE H. STEVENSON S.T.P. MATHEWS R . P . REES R. TYRER I. HYNDE J. KING P. COXHEAD K.B. KENYON

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 1st E L E C T R I C I A N 2nd "

J.C. SINCLAIR B. PUNCH P.A. KEELAN L.T. MURPHY R. OLIFF R. SUMMERS J. EVETTS W . P . PETERS

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th ELECTRICIAN

G.I. SMITH R. CAMERON M . F . BARNES P.A. HEYES G.H.Y. WATSON L.K. MILLIGAN G. CADMAN R . BURROWS

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th ELECTRICIAN

J. CLARK W . DUFF A. ALDINGTON P. BURNS G. JOHNSTONE G.I. EVANS B. LOVELL R. POWEL H.C. McINTOSH

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th ELECTRICIAN CADET CADET

"NATURALIST" K. LONG J.S. BLAKELEY J.M.A. KENNEDY

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd "

P. GRIFFITHS

CATERING

OFFICER

"NOVELIST" E.D. ASHDOWN R. MAXWELL R. PENNOCK B. GUYTON I. WHITTINGHAM

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET

I.A. TOMILSON

PURSER

W . R . PIPER

CATERING

OFFICER 'PHILOSOPHER'

B . W . JONES J.A. FLETCHER I. MATHISON D.C. TINTON

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd "

F.T. HUMBLE

PURSER

J. LYONS

CATERING

OFFICER

"PLAINSMAN" J. MADDISON H. TARYNOR D.J. LYCETT N.J. TUCHMANN T.P. CONNOR

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET

M.J. BRAYNE

PURSER

T. WILSON

CATERING

OFFICER

J. LESLIE J.R. LLOYD G. WORTHINGTON C. BARKER R. ARMSTRONG P.R. KNEEBONE J.A. CHADWICK D.N. MARSH

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6 th 7th ELECTRICIAN


"SCHOLAR" F.L. STEELE R. TAYLOR C. HOSKISSON R . G . HUGHES

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd » 3rd "

T.K. HORNE

PURSER

J. HAMPSON

CATERING

OFFICER

R. BISHOP R. HUTTON J. LUNDSTRUM C.F. HEPPEL G.M. CROSSLEY M.P. YARWOOD T.A. WILTON R.S. PLUMMER K. BURCH

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd " M kth 5th " 6th n n 7th 1st E L E C T R I C I A N 2nd "

"STATESMAN" R. SHIPLEY B.S. RAPER M.E. STODDART B . R . F . COX B.H. BIRCH

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET

J.B. MOORE

PURSER/CATERING OFFICER ASST. PURSER

T. WERTHEIMER

C. HOLBROOK G.W. BIRD M. ENTWISTLE R. PEGRAM B. FLOOD A. GRANGER S.B. WAKEFIELD C.D. CAPNOR

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd " kth " 5th " 6th " 7th " ELECTRICIAN

"TACTICIAN" R.H. WILLIAMS P. IVESON J . S . PIRKIS D.A. TEAL S.D. BANNER

MASTER CHIEF O F F I C E R 2nd " 3rd " CADET

R. CARLYSLE

PURSER/CATERING OFFICER

C.F. BOWIE D.P. JONES E.J. PARRY D.W. CLORLEY A. JACKSON S. CLAYTON PoF. FORD J.M. BARRETT

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd " kth " 5th " 6th " 1st E L E C T R I C I A N 2nd "

"TRADER" A.F. PERRY J.A. NORTHAM M. HUDSON N.G. REBEIRO P . K . SHAW

MASTER CHIEF OFFICER 2nd " 3rd " CADET

K.G. ROBERTS

PURSER

D. DEWAR

CATERING

N.G. CLIFTON D . W . COX A.C. MacDONALD R.F. PARKINSON G.L. THOMAS D. WOOD J. STEEL D. PENNINGTON

CHIEF ENGINEER 2nd " 3rd » 4th " 5th " 6th " 7th " ELECTRICIAN

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T. WILSON F. MARTIN M.G. BOLLAND G.D. SPENCE

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J.P. ENGLISH

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A . E . PRIEST J.E. JENKINSON A.P. HANNAH D. CALDERBANK A. McLAGGAN M. BENNET D. MacDONALD

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"WANDERER" M.D.R. JONES F.G. BISSETT W.W. GIBSON W. NOTE

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J. DUFFY

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N.L. THOMPSON J.P. WILLIAMS P. HYLAND L. BOWDEN R.H. MANNION I. FRASER W.P. BIBBY

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Harrison News Letter No1

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