Mark Wilding

Service Record

From

To

Joined Company

Plymouth College

1970

1972

Clan Ramsay

Eng Cadet

9/1972

10/1972

London Office

10/1972

11/1972

South Shields

College

1/1973

12/1973

Clan MacLaren

Eng Cadet

1/1974

1/1974

Southampton Castle

Eng Cadet

1/1974

4/1974

Rothesay Castle

Jnr Engineer

5/1974

6/1974

Clan MacInnes

Jnr Engineer

7/1974

6/1975

Clan MacInnes

4th Engineer

6/1975

6/1975

Clan MacLaren

4th Engineer

7/1975

5/1976

Clan MacIndoe

4th Engineer

7/1976

8/1976

King George

Jnr 2nd Engineer

2/1979

7/1979

Redundancy

7/1979


Rejoined

CI Shipping

6/1983


Al Attared

2nd Engineer

6/1983

11/1983

Al Moshtaree

2nd Engineer

1/1984

7/1984

Al Mareekh

2nd Engineer

11/1984

6/1985

Mistral

2nd Engineer

11/1985

5/1986

Meltem

2nd Engineer

10/1986


Mistral

2nd Engineer

7/1987

2/1988

Al Moshtaree

2nd Engineer

6/1988

12/1988

Al Zohal

2nd Engineer

5/1989

11/1989

Uranus

2nd Engineer

4/1990

10/1990

Meltem

2nd Engineer

2/1991

6/1991

Meltem

Chief Engineer

6/1991

7/1991

Al Zohal

Chief Engineer

11/1991

3/1992

Al Attared

Chief Engineer

8/1992

1/1993

I started as Engineer Cadet in 1970 and was made redundant in 1979 as J2/E.

07/09/72 Clan Ramsay to 30/10/72

Worked at St Mary Axe.

27/11/72 Clan Ramsay to 18/12/72

01/73 to 12/73 @ South Shields College.

My first ship was Clan Ramsay and I was due to join the Winchester Universal when I was asked to into the office where I was subsequently made redundant.

I also stood by the mail ships and FSB01 in 1977 as 4/E.

I moved on to Elders & Fyffes as 2/E my first ship being MV Matina.

In 1983 I moved with the ships to CI shipping as 2/E the first ship Matina/Al Attared.

I sailed with CI Shipping till 1993 and on leaving the Al Attared as C/E was told my services were not required due to taking too long a leaves. I was doing 7-months on 5-months off.

I retired 2010 and now live in Devon. I recently got in contact with some of the 1970 Plymouth engineer cadet intake to arrange a reunion.

In 1970 the full B&C engineer cadet intake was 36 with around 20 being at Plymouth

1970-72 Plymouth School of Navigation first of the City & Guilds marine engineering course.

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