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THE "EXMOUTH."

Lloyd's Law Reports

THE "EXMOUTH."

(1945) 79 Ll.L.Rep. 186

ADMIRALTY DIVISION.

Before Lord Justice Bucknill, sitting with Captain W. R. Chaplin and Captain W. E. Crumplin, Elder Brethren of Trinity House.

Collision - Convoy - Look-out - Collision between steamships Evgenia Chandris and Exmouth in North Sea-Vessels originally in same south-bound convoy, making for examination vessel at entrance to Tyne- Exmouth navigating on starboard side of Evgenia Chandris on parallel course - Porting by Exmouth to close with examination vessel, no signal being sounded - Exmouth seen by Evgenia Chandris about 100 yards away approaching on starboard side at about right angles -Impact between stem of Exmouth and starboard side of Evgenia Chandris - Evgenia Chandris so badly damaged that she had to be beached - Position of Evgenia Chandris when Exmouth commenced her turn.

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