Ronald Niel Stuart - Return To The Merchant Navy

Return To The Merchant Navy

After post-war service on a succession of merchant ships, Stuart was provided with his first merchant command, the steam freighter SS Brandon, in 1927. After a short period in charge he was again promoted and transferred, taking up the role of Staff Captain on the liner RMS Empress of Australia.

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