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RRS James Clark Ross, JCR

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Right - James Clark Ross at Rothera, January 2005
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Daz Becks (Bransfield / James Clark Ross, 88/93) - Grimsby  I met the most inspiring people. My chief officers J.B.Marshal  Hopper,(the screaming queen). The most famous an my sea dad captain Stuart Lawrence. The cod father of us all grimies, deck crew Robbie, Pecker, Doddy, Ben, Andy, an the cooks an stewards, motormen (yes you Ian) and poor Dave Greenwood who I took ashore in Rio an wot a nite. Captain Lawrence, I can give you the long an lat of Nobber Haywards suit case, an if you reading this, I only did it cos it was one for the lads, fids an crew.

Mike Davis (Cook/Steward - RRS John Biscoe/ RRS Bransfield/ RRS J.C.R - 1984-1991) - North Shields / Tyne and Wear   Hi People Long Time No See! Stumbled on this website by accident, lots of great memories best years of my life so far! anybody wants to get in contact would love to catch up ! Currently working in North Sea Oil Rig Standby / Supply . Bye 4 Now.

Mike Gloistein - Year: 22 and still counting  Still working for BAS on the JCR as the Radio Officer. When onboard have I produce a daily update webpage - Perthshire

Barry Heywood - Signy, Rothera, Halley, John Biscoe, JCR - (1962-1997)  email  Oundle

Ally McAdam (Bransfield and JCR - 1991-1998) - Dundee ,Scotland   

Geoff Morgan (John Biscoe, Bransfield, JCR, 1987 - 1998) - Meldal, mid - Norway  Probably the best job I've been paid to do. Wonderful memories. Had to move to Norway to be near ice!

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  I'm sure I did this already... every now and then I send out emails, a proportion of these bounce back as "not found", often because it was a former work email or an ISP that no longer exists, as there is no longer any way to make contact I delete the record to keep things as current as I can..