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THE "MADOERA."

Lloyd's Law Reports

THE "MADOERA."

(1945) 79 Ll.L.Rep. 486

ADMIRALTY DIVISION.

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

Salvage-Serviced rendered by tugs Alexandra, Cairngarth, Coburg, Crosby, Morpeth, Yorkgarth, Beemore, Ceemore and Deemore to Dutch motor vessel Madoera, which had grounded on Pluckington Bank, River Mersey, just before high water - Towing and pushing services lasting up to one hour - Risk of serious damage - Appearance entered on behalf of Government-owned cargo-Salved values: ship, £277,000; cargo, £548,812-Awards (calculated chiefly on horse-power): Alexandra, £750; Cairngarth, £650; Coburg, £1000; Crosby, £1100; Morpeth, £650; Yorkgarth, £750; Beemore, £1000; Ceemore, £1100; Deemore, £1000.

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