The offshore radio expert Hans Knot has very kindly forwarded these pictures which were given to him by Teun Pronk. Teun worked as a crew-member on three radio ships but mainly on the Fredericia, the original Caroline vessel which, after a long journey round the coast, became Radio Caroline North.
LEFT: The Fredericia crew loading supplies in 1964.
RIGHT: A television crew filming on the Fredericia while she was being fitted out as a radio ship in Greenore, Ireland, prior to the station launch.
LEFT: Crew-members on board the Fredericia.
RIGHT: Going ashore on the tender.
LEFT: Loading supplies on to the Fredericia.
RIGHT: The Offshore II in 1966, mainly used for tendering the mv.Laissez-Faire, home of Radio England, Britain Radio and the stations that replaced them. Later the tender's name was changed and, as the Eurotrip, was responsible for supplying Radio Northsea International in the seventies. This photo taken by Martin Kayne.
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