Crown Law, Misses the Mark. Top Awesome Boat Sights. Video

A vessel must not change its course in small increments because they are very hard identify.

Crown Law, Misses the Mark. Top Awesome Boat Sights. Video

Appellant’s Submissions in response to Submissions of Crown Law Mark Davies, Meredith Connell in opposition to Appeal against Conviction
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
The Appellant (Bolton) seeks to respond to the Crown submission …
Response to Paragraph 31 c & d ..
Response 31(c). The Appellant did say in the Interview he thought the ferry had kept a straight course but in Transcripts Page 247 the Appellant explains why – “we are told in in the regulations (Rule 22.8.2 & 3a.) that a vessel must not change its course in small increments because they are very hard and in my case, I didn’t detect them because they were so incremental. A movement, therefore, has to be such that they can be observed by another vessel – that’s the point of Rules etc.
Response 31(d). As it was not to begin with, a crossing with risk of collision, the Appellant was entitled to continue ahead – in that way keeping clear of the ferry & safely passing ahead, starboard to starboard or with no crossing at all if the ferry chose to keep to its Regular Run, following the course from whence Classique had come.
The Legal definition of keeping course & speed, means to keep the course & speed in following such maneuvers in which to the knowledge of the other vessel, the vessel is at the time engaged. The key criterion for evaluating any such change is to the extent the change was reasonably foreseeable by the give-way vessel. It does not necessarily mean to remain on the same compass course and maintain the same engine revolutions – It means to keep to a Regular Run.
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

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