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Lloyd's Law Reports


[1982] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 441


Before Mr. Justice Sheen Sitting with Captain D. A. G. Dickens and Captain P. M. Edge as Nautical Assessors

Collision - Vessel at anchor - Collision with incoming vessel in Suez Bay Waiting Area - Whether anchored vessel displaying anchor lights - Whether incoming vessel proceeding through Waiting Area at excessive speed - Whether incoming vessel failed to keep proper look out - Liability - Apportionment of damages.

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