Ian Pegg

Some meanderings for the register, Mike Morley being his usual efficient self, I will also be recruiting some recently met old shipmates who have a great interest in the history of B&C, and agree with you that it was a fantastic company to sail with.

Sailed on Saint Line, Clan Line, Union Castle, King Line vessels, finally transferring to OCL with the Table Bay,

Thence to P&O Containers, retiring in 1997.  Attend the U/C reunions each year, and the Pursers’ reunion every 3 years, meeting people I sailed with many years ago and exchanging the usual lies!  

As stated, we had a real sense of family in B&C, and made some very good friends who remain so after many years.  

I also attend the London Cenotaph parade with an ever-increasing group of ex B&C people in November, and am busy recruiting some old friends to attend.

Service Record

From

To

St John

Radio Officer

9/1963

1965

Roxburgh Castle

Radio Officer

8/1965

11/1965

Rowallan Castle

Radio Officer

12/1965

4/1966

Clan MacLeod

Radio Officer

5/1966

2/1968

Clan MacLay

Radio Officer

4/1968

9/1968

Clan Malcolm

Radio Officer

1/1969

7/1969

Rothesay Castle

Radio Officer

10/1969

1970

SA Oranje

3rd Radio Officer

8/1970

4/1971

Windsor Castle

2nd Radio Officer

9/1971

10/1971

SA Oranje

2nd Radio Officer

10/1971

7/1974

SA Vaal

2nd Radio Officer

9/1974

8/1975

King James

Radio Officer

1976


Table Bay

Radio Officer

1977

1979

Barcelona

Radio Officer

1979

1981

King George

Radio Officer

1981

1981

King William

Radio Officer

1981

1981

First run ashore in Hamburg - St John

From L to R

Pete Voisey (Cadet), Chris Isaac (Cadet), Howard Anguish (Cadet), Chris Jupe (Cadet), Chris Green (Cadet) 3rd Engineer, Ian Pegg (Radio Officer)

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