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Lloyd's Law Reports


(1945) 79 Ll.L.Rep. 284


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

Collision-Convoys on crossing courses-Fog- Look-out - Speeds - Seamanship - Collision between steamship Toorak and motor vessel Hoyanger off Nova Scotia in dense fog-Toorak leading port column of small three-column convoy on course of 228 deg.; Hoyanger in second column from port of five-column convoy on course of 90 deg.-Convoy signals and fog signals being sounded by Toorak; fog signals being sounded by Hoyanger-Ships sighted by each other close to, collision then being unavoidable - Impact between stem of Toorak and port bow of Hoyanger-Duty of Hoyanger when she first heard whistle signals ahead-Whether Toorak negligent in failing to hear whistle signal sounded by Hoyanger - Collision Regulations, Art. 16.

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