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27/05/2010 22:22:02charlie wolff (firstname.lastname@example.org)
greetings to ullapool,
i was one of the so called klondiker in the 80s. eastgerman fishing fleet.
was a great time. always we listening to radio 1 london ww, steve wright in the afternoon.
i miss this time..
reg to all
18/04/2010 11:47:11garry beech (email@example.com)
Visit Brid all the time excellent place, I am looking for a berth.
16/04/2010 16:20:05Bob Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Peter (see below) - look at the Stroma page at www.ports.org.uk/port.asp?id=544. You''ll see in the final paragraph details of how to get to the island.
05/04/2010 20:58:17peter semple (email@example.com)
My forbears were the Kennedys who owned Stroma from about 1659 till 1721 when they moved to Braehead on South Ronaldsay. One colourful character Murdoch was said to have entertained guests by using the mummified corpses of his father & grandfather as drums. I believe there is a Kennedy mausoleum in the graveyard and think I recognised it on a photo on the internet?
This year some family members descended from the Kennedies are hoping to visit. Perhaps 6 adults or perhaps 8. Would it be possible to arrange a boat trip?
Dates to be decided. Where would we depart from?
Peter Semple...lives near Stirling
26/01/2010 19:04:23Bob Jones (site owner) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Following on Mike''s comment below, if ''usage'' includes Leisure, then you can assume that yachts are welcome. Many commercial ports do have facilities for leisure craft, of course.
Alternatively, you can go to Advanced Search. If, for example, you ask for ''Leisure'' (under Usage) in ''England'', you get 160 locations.
26/01/2010 17:56:16Mike Davidson (email@example.com)
This site is simply brilliant! The only thing I would add is to clarify the ports that welcome visiting small yachts. Some mainly commercial ports don''t at all. Some do. It''s not meant to be a pilot book of course but I find it difficult to know if Yachts are welcome.
13/01/2010 11:06:5830drinos (firstname.lastname@example.org)
My compliment to the designer,
It would be better to sort the port according to their useage commercial eg container, fuel, ro-ro, general cargo, bulk ect. that will be more comfortable to find the best port for transschipment.
The photos were excellent.
My best regards to every one.
07/11/2009 18:47:23jeffrey (email@example.com)
this is a very good site ,,As I am building my site on the walks on the north side river bank''s from howden to faxfleet,,
all the best
03/10/2009 11:22:24Chris Downie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I REMEMBERWEN I WAS THERE MANY WEEKENDS ON BOARD THE AMUNITION CARRIER ST GEORGE
SUPPLYING MUNITIONS TO FORCES IN EUROPE
WAS ATTACHED TO 20 MARITIME REGT
05/09/2009 02:44:14PC1 Patrick James McKenna, USN (Ret.) (email@example.com)
The photo of the of the Ardnadam Pier, even in its current dilapidated state brings back many memories.
In 1984, I spent eight months attached to the Clyde Area Shore Patrol, assigned the duties of Beach Guard at the end of the Ardnadam Pier.
We worked with the Ministry of Defense Police. The MODP were true professionals and great friends.
03/09/2009 08:46:08Bob Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jan (see below). The best I can do is to point you to www.kalle.mbps.se/Fartyg/Axel Gorthon.htm
Bob Jones - Webmaster
03/09/2009 08:25:03Jan Modin (email@example.com)
Were can I find Roy Stilgoe
seamen omboard Axel Gorthon
in year 1957-58.
if you know please contact me.
24/08/2009 11:20:16Robby F. Tampubolon SE (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We''ve planed to build our Marine Development & Cruise''s Port Facilities located in Bali - A Tourism Destination from all over the world , Indonesia.
I would be highly appreciate I I could getting some further information from Ports& Harbours of The UK for our reference''s Guidance Purposes.Our website : www.barunaindonesia.com
All The Best,ROBBY
COO PT. Baruna Indonesia
03/08/2009 16:20:37Jeannie Deroy (email@example.com)
My daughter, Mary, was so excited to see her father''s name, Wayne Morris, in the Marchwood port
11/06/2009 19:01:58Capt. Thomas Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A delightful site,i have been to Pompero in wales and it was so very interesting the port area mustbe hundreds of years old,i hope to make the same trip one day.
20/04/2009 22:13:12Ian Forbes (email@example.com)
my grandfather(kenneth Forbes) was a well known Lybster fisherman in the late
1800 and early 1900 years He had 5 sons
2 were coopers, also his wifes brother was the blacksmith in Lybster,his name was Alec Sutherland, also called the boomerang This website is very informative to me as it reminds me of
family stories of Lybster and the great
fishing vilage of years gone by
14/04/2009 21:15:33Mr Zapcat - Neil Bainbridge (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Hi your site has helped me with my passage plan for "around Britain Single Handed" in aid of Clic Sargent and RNLI The New Lizard LifeBoat, leaving Lyme Regis 5th July 2009 i can be tracked with MrineTrack from the web site. For more info please email me.
Great Site Thanks Neil
23/03/2009 09:56:14Justin Brown (email@example.com)
Was down on Saturday Diving the Alister, Harbour was clean and well presented. Most enjoyable dive.
21/03/2009 22:46:58Peter Hazell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
What a port it is now. when I was there there was only one jetty not much more, I was in A troop 52 Squadron RCT 1975 -1979 at Marchwood and enjoyed most of the time even the round the clock off loading and loading.
17/03/2009 11:02:24Paul Cook (Simpson) (email@example.com)
I found this site while looking for information on the Isle of Stroma. My mother''s family came from Stroma and her Grandfather Malcolm Simpson (my Great Grandfather)and his brother Walter Simpson came down to London to make a new life. I believe they bother became City of London policemen!
13/03/2009 11:27:06Edward Buchan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
An excellent website
09/03/2009 09:36:27Allan Jeffrey (email@example.com)
Very Informative site especially loading and history.
01/12/2008 12:06:20Chris (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Very good website. Try this link its about Coasters, Fishing Vessels and Harbors try it and sign up! The address is: www.coasterphotos.webs.com Have Fun!
22/11/2008 18:07:23Jannes (email@example.com)
I was looking for a small port I had been once .I asked by mail for help and in no time I had the answer :It was Charlestown It is even more beautiful than in my memories. We will visit it next year and many more beautiful harbours.Again many thanks
22/11/2008 17:18:32Ray Millard (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Re: Cley next the Sea.
Cley was one of the Glaven Ports, whose history was described in a book by Mr. Hooton (?).
However, despite the silt and the difficult entry to Blakeney Harbour, many of us still enjoy messing about in boats.
Since 1994 I have been chair of the Cley Boat Club. We have moorings for our various craft in the River Glaven by Cley Mill. It''s a lovely unspoilt place, but the narrow river means only dinghies and small craft can reach there. But we wouldn''t change it for the world!!!