Ian Pegg

Hello Chris,

 

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.

Regards,

Ian Pegg.


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.

First run ashore in Hamburg

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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