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Lloyd's Law Reports


(1945) 79 Ll.L.Rep. 131


Before Mr. Justice Willmer, sitting with Captain A. H. Ryley, and Captain G. C. H. Noakes, Elder Brethren of Trinity House.

Collision-Ship joining up with convoy-Fog -Duty to take special precaution-Look-out -Collision between steamships Northleigh and Appledore in North Atlantic Ocean-Northleigh in convoy; Appledore manoeuvring to join up with Northleigh's convoy - Long blast sounded by Northleigh as an indication of position to other vessels in convoy-Long blast heard by Northleigh on her port beam-Convoy number "34" sounded by Northleigh- Convoy number "36" sounded in reply by Appledore - Appledore subsequently sighted by Northleigh between 300 and 400 ft. on her port beam - Hard-a-starboarding by Northleigh-Impact between starboard bow of Appledore and port side of Northleigh.

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