ss oronsay 1948
Took two men off and so made numbers equal.

I suggest you put a search through Google under Troopship Empress of Scotland and have a read. A veritable 'feed' Superb! Sixty or so local males were recruited on the windward bank of the canal to pull the ship off the leeward bank, using one of the ship's mooring lines, so that it could once again make way. purchase of second-hand former

transferred to the P&O fleet. and his nephew, James George Anderson, joined the firm in 1854.



Between December 43 and June 45 he flew 171 sorties, over 300 hours in sometimes atrocious weather conditions. Otranto, 1926, third of the post-war ships. SS Orsova, was a British ocean liner, built by Vickers Armstrong Shipbuilders Ltd. of Barrow-in-Furness, England for the Orient Steam Navigation Company (Orient Line) for their Great Britain-to-Australia services via the Suez Canal. Came, low and told us that she had sent our position to base and that help was coming. The Norddeutscher Lloyd, and

Rowing six blades other boat caught us up at 7.45 am. acquired more new ships Cold, wet weather makes one hungry. My own selfish thoughts at that moment were of intense regret that I should have lost all my belongings collected over the last four and half years including two RAF service suits, provisions, photographs and addresses. Ships wireless operator, passed on the doleful news that a broken aerial had prevented a message from getting out.
When the rain ceased I was thirsty enough to suck the sail.



1948: Sailings of Excalibur, Exochorda, Exeter and Excambion; interior illustrations: S: United States Mail and Passenger Service to France, Italy, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon and Greece Maintained by the New "4 Aces", September 1948-November 1949: 1948: Sailings of Excalibur, Exochorda, Exeter and Excambion View on this URL (image ael001) S/R Basil, the third funnel was a dummy and this funnel was removed in 1958 when she became the Hanseatic. So go for all discussions and you will see my reply. century with the two companies sharing an Australian Government mail contract.

The 20000 ton Orient Liner Oronsay was torpedoed 500 miles from the West African city of Freetown. Lifeboat seems to get harder if that's possible. 8.05 am our ship had gone.

Unfortunately rain soon passed over. Rain at 11.30 pm awoke me.

Jean Cook-Bahrami. Did two hours at the oars in an effort to warm ourselves but packed up when it started raining again. Wind dropped shortly after 2 am, but sprang up at daylight, Few rain showers during morning.

She was the boat which had made contact with ourselves some days previously. London, with a proposal to purchase them.

All Officers were British. P&O's Canberra and

service, and was laid up at Bremen. built by Workman Clark & Company of Belfast, launched 1909.

Raining soon after but wind dropped.

The thermostats in the public rooms, even as the ship crossed the Equator, were kept at 65 deg. Blackwall Yard I pressed the wrong button and my reply became a new discussion!

Oronsay (1) 1925: 1942 torpedoed and sunk off Liberia while troopship.

Unfortunately left behind a new wallet, a present from Jimmie. In the 1960s, Orsova carried many thousands of emigrants from Greece and Italy to Australia. the SS Dresden. A close association with the Pre-Owned. Find out more about the site contributors. She was built with an all-welded hull, the first passenger liner to be so constructed,[1] and her bulkhead and wall linings were plastic-clad. A warm night.

Thompson family in 1869, it changed its name to Anderson, Anderson & Co. (returning to base) and departed.

Otranto, built by Workman Clark & Company of Belfast, launched

soon outstripping three other boats which did like wise.

Germany, for

ss oronsay rms queen elisabeth menus 1961 bulk lot 13.

Radio Call Sign: GNDL (Golf November Delta Lima) with sub-contracted Marconi radio operators.

First coherent thought was that the ship had collided.

industrial recovery after the war. Rain seemed to be falling everywhere except where we were.

Continued to make considerable headway after the sun had disappeared.

At 5.30 a.m. some one spotted a light flashing astern. Barrow-in-Furness. My partner on the oar filled a biscuit tin with salt water and sank the lot to my consternation. Orsova's bow featured the Iron Gates as a figurehead.

However, at that moment, I was very much disinclined to remain more than a few seconds! He spent the remainder of the war with 28 squadron flying Hurricanes and Spitfires on air reconnaissance flights for the Army in Burma. Returned signal.

of the Orient Line, the Oriana, wore the Orient Line flag for her final voyage Ships were increasingly switched to

So hot that there was an issue of 2 ounces of water at 1 pm together with 3 Horlicks tablets. Sat in the sun till I was dry and then retrieved my clothes from their 'dry' hiding place.

pleasanter or safer mode of locomotion than is to be found in a well-appointed A full cup of water before the biscuits.

days with their service speed of 27.5 knots. A very heavy precipitation enable us to fill the 49 quart tank. Breadth: 28 metres (92 ft).

After a hot day dry biscuits are exceedingly difficult to swallow but today, cold and miserable, I could eat 30-40 without any trouble. Rowed five shifts from 7.20 pm Could barely raise my arms towards the end. Cruising speed: 22 knots (41 km/h; 25 mph). Lunch, a terrific meal, which goes for tea too.
Three rubber dinghies were dropped from the US aircraft for the twenty survivors of the sinking.

Orient Line began a close association with the Weow!

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I was so dry in the mouth at 6 pm that I was quite unable to eat my evening biscuits. Each lifeboat had now rigged a mainsail — jib. Two biscuits (1.5 inch square) a layer of Bovril Pemmacan in between. I am the chap who entered Roger's diary report on the sinking of the Oronsay on this site. at the turn of the 20th century, with the two companies sharing an

Awaited evening rations with eager anticipation. At 4.00 am a considerable breeze sprang and everyone in his wet clothes felt extremely cold and uncomfortable. Three new ships of 28,000–29,000 tons entered Even in this short time the cabin lights had begun to dim, so I did not persist in my search for the second stocking.

Suddenly began to turn towards us.

Before dark I endeavoured to dry my KD shorts and underpants rather unsuccessfully however.

A small issue of water and then fell asleep exhausted. They were then returned to Cobh and Orsova returned to Southampton for spring cruising. As soon as it was light sighted another boat on the horizon. Rain clouds ahead.

Thought the ship's magazine had blown up. The Oronsay was sailing unescorted at the time of the sinking and was unable to send out a SOS as the first torpedo strike damaged the ship’s radio aerial. she never entered

The company was operating a white livery, and Orcades and Oronsay transferred to the P&O fleet. In 1966 she was badly damaged by fire in New York and from there she was towed across the atlantic and broken up in Hamburg in 1968.

British design fraternity.

Learned that we were picked up about 120 miles from Freetown.



We may be in sight of it on Tuesday or Wednesday. absorbed into P&O, its senior partner, in 1960. takeover of Orient Line in 1966, she took the P&O Golden Cockerel as the fastest In 1964 the Orient Due to the outbreak of the First World War, In the early hours of the morning the launch broke down and we hove to until daylight. reparations. prior to retirement in March 1986. ss

Leaving Southampton she called at Cobh in Ireland to collect the many guests to be taken to the Bay for the ceremony. Wind dropped early and so performed at the oars from 10.00 am till mid-day. Some of us did the thing properly. 20,001: Oronsay (2) 1951: 1962 transferred to P&O Line ownership, 1975 scrapped. Hanging onto the lifelines and hastily immersing ourselves then a quick scramble out to avoid possible unpleasant encounters with sharks (or as the crew call them 'Nobby Clarks') Meal at 6 p.m. German vessels from the British Government

Sun set at 6.51 very thankful to see it go. Construction started in 1967 and the terminal was completed in 1969. The Oronsay was torpedoed by a long range Italian submarine, Archimede, operating out of the German Bordeaux submarine base in the West Coast of France. referenced. I for one was shivering freely.

DIARY FOR PERIOD FRIDAY 9th OCTOBER to TUESDAY 20TH OCTOBER, 1942.

Those that survived returned to the England – Australia In 1966, P&O acquired the balance of the Orient shares and the Orient Line was discontinued, with Orsova and her fleet mates being transferred to the ownership of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O), painted white and under the P&O houseflag. built by John Brown and Co, of Clydebank, launched 1908, ss inauguration of a liner service to Australia with the ss Orient, in 1866, saw the company trading as The Orient Line of Packets, Related data collections.

Rained steadily until 2 p.m. We lay becalmed until 11 a.m. when we decided to row to keep warm.

Disappointment naturally intense, although no one said much.

Breeze continued and at 2 pm ran into rain. their interests to Lord Inchcape when P&O acquired a controlling interest in the All eyes on the aircraft. All had names starting with 'O', such as Each company had a vessel sailing from England to Australia every two weeks, scheme of corn-cream coloured hulls was discontinued in favour of P&O's white

after being built for an overly ambitious weekly service to the west coast of the Orient Line on its new owner’s behalf until the subsidiary was formally

resulting in a weekly service of fast mail ships. Find out how you can use this.

Blanket wet and wind persisted in discovering gaps and blowing and whistling up my bare legs.

Sighted rain clouds and at 7.20 we were joyfully collecting rain water. Rowed two hours until 7 am as we were still becalmed.

Deck and Engine Room crew were British. As anticipated, an absolute "scorcher".

Took two men off and so made numbers equal.

I suggest you put a search through Google under Troopship Empress of Scotland and have a read. A veritable 'feed' Superb! Sixty or so local males were recruited on the windward bank of the canal to pull the ship off the leeward bank, using one of the ship's mooring lines, so that it could once again make way. purchase of second-hand former

transferred to the P&O fleet. and his nephew, James George Anderson, joined the firm in 1854.



Between December 43 and June 45 he flew 171 sorties, over 300 hours in sometimes atrocious weather conditions. Otranto, 1926, third of the post-war ships. SS Orsova, was a British ocean liner, built by Vickers Armstrong Shipbuilders Ltd. of Barrow-in-Furness, England for the Orient Steam Navigation Company (Orient Line) for their Great Britain-to-Australia services via the Suez Canal. Came, low and told us that she had sent our position to base and that help was coming. The Norddeutscher Lloyd, and

Rowing six blades other boat caught us up at 7.45 am. acquired more new ships Cold, wet weather makes one hungry. My own selfish thoughts at that moment were of intense regret that I should have lost all my belongings collected over the last four and half years including two RAF service suits, provisions, photographs and addresses. Ships wireless operator, passed on the doleful news that a broken aerial had prevented a message from getting out.
When the rain ceased I was thirsty enough to suck the sail.



1948: Sailings of Excalibur, Exochorda, Exeter and Excambion; interior illustrations: S: United States Mail and Passenger Service to France, Italy, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon and Greece Maintained by the New "4 Aces", September 1948-November 1949: 1948: Sailings of Excalibur, Exochorda, Exeter and Excambion View on this URL (image ael001) S/R Basil, the third funnel was a dummy and this funnel was removed in 1958 when she became the Hanseatic. So go for all discussions and you will see my reply. century with the two companies sharing an Australian Government mail contract.

The 20000 ton Orient Liner Oronsay was torpedoed 500 miles from the West African city of Freetown. Lifeboat seems to get harder if that's possible. 8.05 am our ship had gone.

Unfortunately rain soon passed over. Rain at 11.30 pm awoke me.

Jean Cook-Bahrami. Did two hours at the oars in an effort to warm ourselves but packed up when it started raining again. Wind dropped shortly after 2 am, but sprang up at daylight, Few rain showers during morning.

She was the boat which had made contact with ourselves some days previously. London, with a proposal to purchase them.

All Officers were British. P&O's Canberra and

service, and was laid up at Bremen. built by Workman Clark & Company of Belfast, launched 1909.

Raining soon after but wind dropped.

The thermostats in the public rooms, even as the ship crossed the Equator, were kept at 65 deg. Blackwall Yard I pressed the wrong button and my reply became a new discussion!

Oronsay (1) 1925: 1942 torpedoed and sunk off Liberia while troopship.

Unfortunately left behind a new wallet, a present from Jimmie. In the 1960s, Orsova carried many thousands of emigrants from Greece and Italy to Australia. the SS Dresden. A close association with the Pre-Owned. Find out more about the site contributors. She was built with an all-welded hull, the first passenger liner to be so constructed,[1] and her bulkhead and wall linings were plastic-clad. A warm night.

Thompson family in 1869, it changed its name to Anderson, Anderson & Co. (returning to base) and departed.

Otranto, built by Workman Clark & Company of Belfast, launched

soon outstripping three other boats which did like wise.

Germany, for

ss oronsay rms queen elisabeth menus 1961 bulk lot 13.

Radio Call Sign: GNDL (Golf November Delta Lima) with sub-contracted Marconi radio operators.

First coherent thought was that the ship had collided.

industrial recovery after the war. Rain seemed to be falling everywhere except where we were.

Continued to make considerable headway after the sun had disappeared.

At 5.30 a.m. some one spotted a light flashing astern. Barrow-in-Furness. My partner on the oar filled a biscuit tin with salt water and sank the lot to my consternation. Orsova's bow featured the Iron Gates as a figurehead.

However, at that moment, I was very much disinclined to remain more than a few seconds! He spent the remainder of the war with 28 squadron flying Hurricanes and Spitfires on air reconnaissance flights for the Army in Burma. Returned signal.

of the Orient Line, the Oriana, wore the Orient Line flag for her final voyage Ships were increasingly switched to

So hot that there was an issue of 2 ounces of water at 1 pm together with 3 Horlicks tablets. Sat in the sun till I was dry and then retrieved my clothes from their 'dry' hiding place.

pleasanter or safer mode of locomotion than is to be found in a well-appointed A full cup of water before the biscuits.

days with their service speed of 27.5 knots. A very heavy precipitation enable us to fill the 49 quart tank. Breadth: 28 metres (92 ft).

After a hot day dry biscuits are exceedingly difficult to swallow but today, cold and miserable, I could eat 30-40 without any trouble. Rowed five shifts from 7.20 pm Could barely raise my arms towards the end. Cruising speed: 22 knots (41 km/h; 25 mph). Lunch, a terrific meal, which goes for tea too.
Three rubber dinghies were dropped from the US aircraft for the twenty survivors of the sinking.

Orient Line began a close association with the Weow!

Himalaya,

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