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Lloyd's Law Reports


(1945) 79 Ll.L.Rep. 26


Before Mr. Justice Bucknill, sitting with Captain W. E. Crumplin and Captain T. L. Owen, Elder Brethren of Trinity House.

Collision-Convoy-Fog-Duty to keep station -Collision between motor vessels Henry Dundas and Clavella in Atlantic Ocean- Ships in eastbound convoy, Clavella being third ship in fourth column from port and Henry Dundas being third ship in fifth column from port-Case of Henry Dundas that, being on her convoy course and on starboard beam of Clavella, the Clavella suddenly sheered across her course-Case of Clavella that, being on her proper convoy course, Henry Dundas was being navigated on a converging course-Hard-a-starboarding by Henry Dundas-Hard-a-porting by Clavella- Sliding blow between port quarter of Henry Dundas and starboard side forward of Clavella.

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