cabin boy


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a young man acting as a servant on a ship

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Cook talks about how his various life experiences and failures prepared him to become the head of an award winning, global company, including working as a cabin boy on a tanker ship, promoting a girlfriend's fledgling singing career, starting a chauffer service that ultimately failed, and substitute teaching.
Ted' as he was known, was born in Alutgama, Ceylon, in 1940 and worked his passage in 1959 as a cabin boy.
Reginald was a Merchant Navy cabin boy, who had lied about his age so he could join the war effort.
Lesley Cook is heart-breaking as cruelly mistreated cabin boy Ransome.
The lifeboat saved all lives on the Lovely Nelly apart from 12-year-old cabin boy Thomas Thomson.
In this feature-length drama, Sheen is Old Thomas Nickerson, a maritime veteran who recalls the time he was a cabin boy aboard the Essex, an ill-fated whaling ship.
Sheen actually plays Old Thomas Nickerson, a maritime veteran who recalls the time he was a cabin boy aboard the Essex, an ill-fated whaling ship.
I stay aboard - as captain, as cabin boy, no matter what, I won't abandon ship.
In that year, 14-year-old Werner Franz was the Hindenburg's cabin boy -- with a job that took him into the sky, away from his family and even Germany.
Werner Franz was an excited 14-year-old cabin boy making his first trip to the United States.
Make some pirate accessories and read about what its like to be a cabin boy on a pirate ship starting on page 8 We're also obsessed with the holidays that are coming up
Now actor/director John Bett is set to bring the stories of Para Handy, engineer Dan Macphail, ship's mate Dougie and Sunny Jim the cabin boy to the stage.
Famous as the voice of Peter Pan and cabin boy Jim Hawkins in Treasure Island, he ended up just another penniless drug addict dead in the street.
Befitting the works' original status as preparatory studies, the models' costumes are obviously costumes: Neptune's beard looks like a mop held to his face by a string; the cabin boy wears sweatpants and tube socks.
It is 1629 and Jan Pelgrom has been a cabin boy on the Dutch ship, Batavia, for five years.