M Pigneguy has no regard for the truth in his evidence

M Pigneguy has no regard for the truth in his evidence
Bolton pointed out how the photos M Pigneguy produced show that Seaway turned towards the path of Classique – Both Bolton & Julian Joy’s exercises had a line projected towards the Nth Shore from the port side of the ferry’s ramp to give a precise reading of the amount of Seaway’s turning between each photo
M Pigneguy like a bad record can’t do better than repeat
“I maintained my course & speed & your relative bearing was hardly changing at all. It was changing slightly but not enough to avoid a high risk of collision, especially in photo 2 & then obviously in photo 3 where we got stopped & if I had not stopped the vessel we would’ve gone right through you”
That spiel is uttered solely for the purpose of misleading Judge Davis who doesn’t know anything of nautical technicalities.
1: The photos show & Barry Young admits Seaway turned.
Two further modifications of Photos 1 & 2 followed by photos 1 & 3 shown below further verify that Seaway was way off course at photo 1 & progressively turned towards the path of Classique
2: The stub on Seaway’s port bow which M Pigneguy was using as his mark for his relative bearing has changed from ahead to astern of Classique between photos 1 & 2 even though Seaway had turned 3 degrees in that time.
3: There was nothing obvious in photo 3 to help M Pigneguy’s case – the stub was so far astern of Classique, it wasn’t in the photo at all.
4: M Pigneguy acts like an unskilled golfer with his a repetition of a bad lie – Seaway didn’t stop, M Pigneguy saying he stopped Seaway & prevented a collision is entirely untrue & further evidence of the degree to which Maritime Rules were violated in his manufacturing of the alleged incident to complain about.
The 1st photo/diagram referred to above, marks with an arrow where Seaway on a course of 286* would head to.
A triangle across the wide bow of Seaway indicates the centre line through the ferry – that shows that Seaway was heading more like 300 degrees True & was way above the Sentinal Building M Pigneguy said he was steering to in all 3 photos.
In photo 1 the point of the triangle extended from Seaway’s bow has moved 28 mm from where the course of 286* is marked by the arrow.
In photo 2 the centre line triangle point has moved 35 mm from the arrow marking the course of 286 degrees
Photo 3 couldn’t be included in the first diagram because the port bow is not visible to work with.
Another method using Photos 1 & 3 with parallel red lines rising from a white projection on Seaway’s Starboard bow clearly shows how in Photo 1 it is West of & below Rangitoto’s summit & in photo 3 it is on the summit, indicating the turning between photos 1 & 3. (The turning from 286* prior to the taking of Photo 1 has to be also included in the total violation of turning)
This is irrefutable evidence which cannot be denied by M Pigneguy nor any Judge of practical navigation

 

In photo 1 the point of the triangle extended from Seaway’s bow has moved 28 mm
from where the course of 286* is marked by the arrow.
In photo 2 the centre line triangle point has moved 35 mm from the arrow marking the course of 286 degrees

Phs1,2

Using Photos 1 & 3 with parallel red lines rising from a white projection on Seaway’s Starboard bow
clearly shows how in Photo 1 it is West of & below Rangitoto’s summit
& in photo 3 it is on the summit, indicating the turning between photos 1 & 3.
PhStubs

 

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