Continuing Unscrupulous Deception – M Pigneguy’s Photo 1

Classique had been ahead of Seaway’s bow when Seaway was on 284* & 286* but Seaway went past 292*

Continuing Unscrupulous Deception – M Pigneguy’s Photo 1
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
Further analysis of the self incriminating claim made by M Pigneguy, pedantic skipper of Waiheke roll on/roll off ferry, accepted by Maritime New Zealand with alacrity, to wrongfully prosecute Bolton, the innocent skipper of yacht Classique.
Another dishonest aspect can be revealed in the way M Pigneguy worded his preposterous claim …
He said “It became obvious that a collision was imminent unless I took action which I did by slowing Seaway right down to allow the yacht … to pass ahead of us across our bow …”
This purports to indicate to Maritime New Zealand & subsequently to Judge Davis that through no fault of M Pigneguy’s, Classique had given reason for Seaway to be inconvenienced as at risk of collision.
That is the very opposite of what actually was the true situation as borne out in a study of the 3 Photos M Pigneguy took as he manufactured this alleged close quarters.
Those Photos reveal that Seaway, as it progressed from Sth Motuihe towards Classique over that more than 2 nautical mile stretch, incrementally turned towards the path Classique was taking – towards an anchorage very close to the South end of Motuihe where Seaway had turned. This made a 25 degree angle of approach of Seaway to Classique.
M Pigneguy said in his Brief of Evidence that after he turned at Sth Motuihe he was on 284 degrees True. He then stated he went onto 286 degrees True as he eyeballed the Tall building on the North Shore at Takapuna, known as the Sentinal.
At the position Seaway was on at the time of taking Photo 1, it can be worked out that Seaway was already steering North of the Sentinal on a course of 292 degrees True.
Where as Classique had been ahead of Seaway’s bow when Seaway was on 284* & 286*, Classique was now seen to be slightly to port of Seaway’s bow with a distance of 0.5 nmile between the vessels.
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

M Pigneguy’s Photo 1 shows he had already turned in the direction Classique was traveling. This was preventing an easy crossing of Seaway’s bow by Classique with 0.5 nmile separation.
Continuing Unscrupulous Deception - M Pigneguy’s Photo 1

Continuing Unscrupulous Deception – M Pigneguy’s Photo 1

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