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THE OWNERS OF THE VESSEL “SAKIZAYA KALON” v THE OWNERS OF THE VESSEL “PANAMAX ALEXANDER”

Lloyd's Law Reports Plus

THE OWNERS OF THE VESSEL “SAKIZAYA KALON” v THE OWNERS OF THE VESSEL “PANAMAX ALEXANDER”

[2021] Lloyd's Rep. Plus 45

QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION (ADMIRALTY COURT)

Before Mr Justice Teare (sitting with Captain Nigel Hope and Commodore William Walworth, Elder Brethren of Trinity House, as Nautical Assessors)

Collision action – Convoy of eight vessels transiting Suez Canal – First vessel suffering engine problem and anchoring – Following vessels taking steps to moor – Eighth vessel colliding with anchored seventh vessel – Both vessels subsequently colliding with anchored and moored sixth vessel – Liability for collisions.

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