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June 15, 2013
After a mistake on the day of our last blog, we now know what day it is! Also as scribe I had a severe telling off from James for missing his name off (I won’t make that mistake again). Speaking of James, we must let you know about the football shirt war that has been […]

June 14, 2013
After another exceptional dinner prepared by Cookie Dave, Margaret, Dan & the mess men / ladies some of us decided to walk off the roast lamb & jam roly poly by power walking around deck. Top tip: When the Permanent Crew tell you not to wear flip-flops on board listen! One of us ended up […]

June 13, 2013
Another gorgeous day in the South Seas, we’re all still recovering from our initiation into the Shellback community, having had a visit from the king of the deep, Neptune and his entourage. Several of us are missing patches of hair, and we all got thoroughly wet and messy and suffered a dose of truly vile […]

June 12, 2013
12th June day 6 As was blogged earlier the ship crossed over the equator for its 5th time, this time heading south in the South China Sea on its way to Australia. The ship was yet again boarded by the Pirate King (aka Cookie Dave) (he’s been on the ship that often he’s taken up […]

June 11, 2013
Day 4 & 5 11th June After a musical send off from Vivocity Singapore, Peter M took the helm while we manoeuvred to an anchorage to clear customs, take on water, fuel and most importantly booze, in readiness for our voyage (next stop Bali in approx. 8 days’ time). Lande was assisting in the galley […]

June 10, 2013
And so it begins… STW5 the next leg in the Lord Nelsons epic voyage around the world. 7/06/13 – 10/06/13 Friday – We joined Nelly at 1pm following instructions from the JST, some of us experienced, some of us first timers but one thing was for sure the next 44 days are sure to be […]

June 1, 2013
Anchored off Tioman at dusk Friday 31st Unfortunately Immigration had already gone home so best laid plans(going ashore early doors!!) were put on hold the following morning until the Captain had sorted everything out !! Then mass exit to shore….. Delayed slightly by Phillip testing the quality of his lifejacket by being 6ins short of […]

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