Ex-Master-At-Arms Jim Galloway.
Photo of Jim Galloway.
Jim sadly passed away in hospital on Monday 6th. of November 2006. Those of you who knew Jim well were aware of his ill health and serious medical problems. He died peacefully and is now free of pain. We will miss Jim, and I'm sure many of you have some great memories of him. If any of you would like to write your memories of Jim, or add photos and a tribute, please do so by sending me an e-mail on the link below. Many thanks from Jim's family & friends who read the valued e-mails which many of you sent.

The service at St. Peters Church was quite moving - and included music which Jim had chosen - such as Rod Stewarts "Sailing" and a Bob Dylan track. About 30 people attended including ex-crew member Linda Duncan, plus her husband Frank, Vicky Penrice, Maureen (Mo - surname unknown!) and of course ourselves.

At the pub afterwards Jack Galloway enjoyed listening to stories of Jim in his seafaring days & lots of photos were passed around. Some of these will be added to the "Picture Gallery". A heartfelt thanks once again to all of you who contributed to giving comfort and good memories of Jim to his family

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Below is the order of the service for you all to view:

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Jack Galloway (Jim's brother) has requested that this page be added to the site.
I am sure that his tribute will touch the hearts of all those who knew Jim

Jack Galloway tribute page

In the meantime you may wish to view the photos Jim allowed me to add to the site on this link: Jim Galloway's Picture Gallery

Photo of Jim & Patricia.
Jim & Patricia O'Brien.

Photo of Jim & Patricia.
Jim, Patricia and myself.

Many thanks to Patricia O'Brien for her contribution to the site.

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Welcome all visitors to the S.S. Australis Website, which has now been online since 1998!

I will continue to update the site if I receive a new story, or if you have interesting photos taken on the ship during your voyage on either the southbound, northbound, or on one of the South Pacific cruises. We used to do those trips several times a year from Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland (New Zealand).

I am deeply moved by the interest and wonderful contributions from the numerous passengers and crew over many years.

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You can send an e-mail to me on the link below:

Please feel free to e-mail me on this link

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Warm Regards


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