I rarely post but I have to pay my respect to the 'Captain' who I have been proud to sail with on HMS Sirius since 2011. It is so sad that he didn't make the harbours of 30 and 100 but the signal will somehow reach him. He will be sorely missed and and my condolences to his family and friends. I shall raise a glass or two of red wine to his memory.
So very sad to hear that news today. Like all on here, I have thoroughly enjoyed reading Trooper's posts - and will certainly miss them now. Sincere condolences to his family & close friends. Port 30 belongs to Trooper and rightly so. I don't even touch the stuff, but I will have a large glass of red in his memory tonight....
RIP Troops, if the SXX ship and all that sail with her show the same dedication to the cause that you have shown through thick and thin then this company will be helping to feed a growing population around the world for many decades to come, that I'm my mind will be as good a lasting tribute to you as any.
God bless you Troops and deepest sympathy to Rosie and Family.
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