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A fully laden oil tanker, The Argonaut, was carryin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a cargo of crude oil from the Middle East to Rotterdam in” rel=”nofollow”>in the Netherlands when it collided with a contain” rel=”nofollow”>iner vessel near the entry to the port of Rotterdam. It was a very foggy day and it is not clear who is responsible. Oil from the cargo started to leak in” rel=”nofollow”>into the sea in” rel=”nofollow”>in large quantities and Homer Shippin” rel=”nofollow”>ing (HS), the owner of The Argonaut, in” rel=”nofollow”>instructed an in” rel=”nofollow”>international company, Ithica Salvage (IS) to save the vessel and her cargo. Ithica Salvage agreed to take on the work subject to the signin” rel=”nofollow”>ing by both parties of a 2011 edition of the Lloyd’s Open Form salvage agreement in” rel=”nofollow”>includin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a SCOPIC clause.

The maritime authorities in” rel=”nofollow”>in the Netherlands in” rel=”nofollow”>insisted that the vessel be immediately towed away from the Netherlands coast and in” rel=”nofollow”>into in” rel=”nofollow”>international waters. Ithica Salvage havin” rel=”nofollow”>ing successfully taken all the crew off the vessel carried out the Government’s in” rel=”nofollow”>instruction but in” rel=”nofollow”>in the course of movement the vessel broke in” rel=”nofollow”>in two and sank.

Ithica Salvage now claims from Homer Shippin” rel=”nofollow”>ing in” rel=”nofollow”>in respect of the savin” rel=”nofollow”>ing of the crew and the cost of the work it has put in” rel=”nofollow”>in to the operation.

Advise Homer Shippin” rel=”nofollow”>ing.

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