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Lloyd's Law Reports


(1945) 79 Ll.L.Rep. 93


Before Viscount Simon, Lord Macmillan, Lord Wright, Lord Porter, and Lord Roche, sitting with Admiral Leggett and Captain A. Mackay, as Nautical Assessors.

Collision - Convoy - Look-out - Lights - Collision between steamships Avon Coast and Coulmore in North Sea-Avon Coast commodore vessel in south-bound convoy; Coulmore making her way across course of Avon Coast's convoy to join north-bound convoy-Vessels sighted by each other at distance of about two cables-Loom of Avon Coast sighted by Coulmore on port bow; red of Coulmore sighted by Avon Coast on starboard bow-Dispute as to whether Coulmore was showing her navigation lights at the critical time.

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