M Pigneguy’s Errors Assessing & Managing ColRegs – Part 2

Equipment used by M Pigneguy – hooter & camera with zoom for Photo 3 Course steered before Photo 1 – 284*. Then incrementally to 297*

M Pigneguy’s Errors Assessing & Managing ColRegs – Part 2
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
Continuing from 30 Dec’14 – Errors in Assessing & Managing ColRegs …
Rule 22.33 was violated by not having a ship’s whistle complying with the audibility & frequency required to be heard at 1 nmile inside a wheelhouse above ambient engine noise (Appendix3).
Rule 22.34(4) was also violated by not sounding any signal immediately
M Pigneguy had doubt as to the intentions of Classique, whether sufficient action was being taken etc – 80 mtrs is unrealistically late with no time to have any response & in violation of Rule 22.8 which requires any action to avoid collision to be positive, in ample time, large enough to be readily apparent, not a succession of small alterations of course or speed.
There are no Rules suggesting a camera can replace a valid ships whistle or VHF radio to indicate concern, in the absence of which Classique was to maintain her course & speed allowing the ferry to pass clear astern by a safe margin reduced only by the unseamanlike actions of M Pigneguy who failed to understand that he was obliged as is usual on the ferry’s Regular Run, to maneuver as expected round Browns Light & signal that intention by sounding 2 blasts, rather than saying he was prevented by Rule22.17(b) from turning to port.
The obvious alternative being to have kept a straight course instead of incrementally steering towards the path of Classique.
This irresponsible negligence was 100% responsible for causing the Close Quarters Situation – in conjunction with all
M Pigneguy’s other multitude of violations.
It appears M Pigneguy was deliberately manufacturing this situation & taking Photos to be used as his intended evidence for Maritime New Zealand’s ‘Hatchet Job’ prosecution.
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

Equipment used by M Pigneguy – hooter & camera with zoom for Photo 3
Course steered before Photo 1 – 284*. Then incrementally to 297*
M Pigneguy's Errors Assessing & Managing ColRegs – Part 2

 

M Pigneguy’s Errors Assessing & Managing ColRegs – Part 2

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