google search  

helderline.nl

  • News
  • Shell tankers
  • Visitors
  • Guestbook
  • Anecdotes
  • Contact
  • Links
  • Search
  • Myrina
  • you are here: helderline.nl » tanker » rincon hills

    Rincon Hills

    Helderline Shell Tanker 'Rincon Hills'

    Last modification: Saturday 16th May 2015 at 20:57:49 

    Anecdotes

    Do you have great stories, interesting adventures or spectacular events you enjoyed at the 'Rincon Hills'? Feel free to write an anecdote and share it with our other visitors.

    Peter Coulson"Hi , I joined the Rincon Hills at Portland. Maine on March 1960.Jack Richmond and I have become re ..." read more »

    Mike Collis"Hi. My name is mike collision. . I joined ther inconsistent hills in Baltimore afte the ship was ..." read more »

    Jack Richmond"I to attended the University of Rincon Hills and agree with Mr Finn that it was quite and education...." read more »

    Donald A Finn" Sailing on the Rincon Hills as an eighteen year old kid was an amazing experience and in my opinio..." read more »

    Picture(s) of the Shell Tanker 'Rincon Hills'

    Helderline Shell Tanker 'Rincon Hills'

    Is this photo yours? Add yourself directly and get the credits you deserve! See our f.a.q..


    Shipmates on the Shell Tanker 'Rincon Hills'

    Name Role Period Details
    Carl Schepannek 2nd cook 1957 - 1958
    Carmel Scicluna Able seaman 1954 - 1954
    Donald A Finn Fireman 1955 - 1956 wiper/fireman/oiler
    Frank Anstead Ordinary seaman 1958 - 1959
    Guenter Lang Chief cook 1958 - 1959 1st trip
    Jack Richmond Fireman 1960 - 1961 wiper/fireman
    Jacques Turcotte Able seaman 1958 - 1963
    John Sinnott Oiler 1957 - 1959
    Ken Mallett Steward 1959 - 1960
    Mike Homer Engineer steward 1960 - n/a
    Peter Coulson Fireman n/a - n/a
    Robert David Williams Steward 1950 - 1950

    Add yourself to the 'Rincon Hills'

    Let others know you worked at the 'Rincon Hills' and find old friends.

    Your full name:

    E-mailaddress:

    News messages

    Do you have more information about or pictures of the 'Rincon Hills' (or any other) Shell tanker? Please do e-mail me!

    Maintained by Kees Helder and all visitors since 2002 | faq | admin