Seaway’s Controls & Barry Young’s Discrepancies – JJ Report

Regarding Barry Young being unprofessional in describing Seaway as a flat bottomed, difficult to maneuver vessel.

Seaway’s Controls & Barry Young’s Discrepancies – JJ Report
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
Regarding Barry Young being unprofessional in describing Seaway as a flat bottomed, difficult to maneuver vessel. This is typical of a Hired Gun’s ploy to mislead a nautically unknowledgeable District Court Judge Davis.
Julian Joy has revealed that Seaway has 4 engines & Propellors – 2 in each of her catamaran hulls making her one of the most maneuverable craft on the harbour.
M Pigneguy said the same in his evidence at Court.
Julian Joy’s report shows a photo taken of the principle controls all being within arm’s reach. He notes the Air Horn wasn’t working.
He also notes that the evidential photo Maritime New Zealand took during their visit to its Half-Moon Bay facilities appears not to be taken from the actual helm position as stated but from a position more than a metre to port from that position, behind the engine monitoring displays.
The actual helm position controls do not appear in the MNZ Photo. This does not materially affect the investigation but illustrates in my opinion the lack of care taken by MNZ in this serious matter. Another photo taken by Julian Joy shows the view from a position standing in between the helm position & the position used in Maritime New Zealand’s evidential photo
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

Photo taken by Julian Joy sitting in its conning position, looking ahead.
Seaway’s Controls & Barry Young’s Discrepancies – JJ Report,Controls

Photo showing the view from in between the helm position & the position Maritime New Zealand used.
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Seaway’s Controls & Barry Young’s Discrepancies – JJ Report
Regarding Barry Young being unprofessional in describing Seaway as a flat bottomed, difficult to maneuver vessel.

 

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