Let the sailors and embarked aircrew of HMCS ALGONQUIN know you appreciate their service
by using this message board to send them a postcard or note.
Guy Sykes - 7/6/2011 10:16:45 PM
Everett, WA, USA
My Canadian wife and I watched you guys leave Vancouver on 7/3. Took lots of pictures and you made it to Facebook. Professional and orderly exit! I'm retired Air Force - didn't know you guys could back up! Can e-mail pics from there if you want any. And tell the Exec his boys have great taste in football teams. Guy Sykes, TSgt, USAF (Ret)...............and I'm from Pittsburgh.
Andrew Mulkani - 6/30/2011 10:15:26 PM
North Vancouver, BC, CANADA
I wish to thank Captain Kerr, his officers and the magnificent crew of HMCS Algonquin for a most memorable day spent aboard as your guest on JUne 30, 2011. As a Royal Navy veteran of the 50's Navy, I was awed by the technology aboard your great ship and by the professionalism and kindness of all the crew members I had the honour to speak with. I became a Canadian Citizen almost 40 years ago and I am proud of our Armed Forces, particularly of our Navy which in my opinion is second to none.
Darlene Thornhill, member NOABC - 6/30/2011 7:54:37 PM
Vancouver,, BC, Canada
I want to personally thank the Captain and the crew for the wonderful day sail of today, I learned a lot Bravo Zulu to all and thank you again
Ashley Newsom - 6/25/2011 1:56:56 PM
Sutter, CA, USA
I just got back from San Francisco and while there i met the most nicest kind people on board the Algonquin. All I did was ask for change for a 20 and the next thing i knew i was having the time of my life. Everybody on the ship was so nice it blew my mind. Thank You to Matt aka Eddy and Mike for a wonderful experience. I wish you all a safe journey, I will be checking in to see how everything is going. Much love and respect from Ashley and mother-in-law Christine!
Dagny Ferron (Scott Ferron's Wife) - 5/17/2011 2:07:21 PM
Chetwynd, BC, Canada
I know you are still training and are new to the ship, but I also know you will do yourself, your family and your country proud. We are all behind you and support you and love that you are achieving your goals.
Donald D. Murdoch - 5/2/2011 11:16:04 PM
Portland, Oregon, USA
This is Don Murdoch of Portland Oregon. I am a former USNR D.E. Sailor 1955-1962. Always on the U.S. West Coast and Western Pacific in supply. Thank you for everything you are doing out there for ALL of us here at home as I recall my days as a Sailor how much mail from home is cherished. Don
Harry (Hank) Arthur Mosher - 4/13/2011 2:34:04 PM
Bonfield, Ontario, Canada
'Hello' to all Crew of HMCS ALGONQUIN. I had the honor of being a part of her ship's company from May 76 to Jul 77. I became a 'Shellback' when she crossed the equator on Sunday, 27 February, 1977 at 1340 hrs enroute from St Lucia to Rio de Janeiro. What and experience and trip!. We departed Halifax on SOUTHEX 77 on 12 Jan 77 to 6 Apr 77. I suspect that she is still as grand a ship as she was back then. "Fair Winds and Following Seas"
Vincent Tietge - 4/11/2011 6:54:08 PM
St John's, Newfoundland, Canada
Hey, I am a stoker from CFNES Det St John's. im getting posted to the Algonquin in sept. i have to do my NETP first. i was wondering if someone could send me a copy of the sail schedule.
Chris Tucker - 3/8/2011 9:00:08 AM
Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA
I Know the Crew of ALG will always be in good Stead with the ghost of Mike Howlett doing rounds during the mids. Mike, as one of our favorite holidays approach, ( St. Patrics Day) and fitting as the aniversary of your passing old friend. Fair winds and following seas to all ALG. PS. Me and Rick will hold V to it. Yours Aye, the AMPTRAMP
Marcel Meilleur - 2/7/2011 3:01:04 PM
St-Jerome, Quebec, Canada
Bonjour! J'ai ete; signaleur sur l'algonquin,c'est moi qui durant la ceremonie pour la prise de possession du bateau a quebec ,a hisse le penant au mat signifiant la prise de possession de l'HMCS Algonquin par a la marine canadienne.