MT “Cape Bonny” Tankschiffahrts GmbH & Co KG v Ping An Property and Casualty Insurance Co of China Ltd – QBD (Comm Ct) (Teare J) [2017] EWHC 3036, 4 December 2017

ENGINE BREAKDOWN - TYPHOON - SEAWORTHINESS - GENERAL AVERAGE - REASONABLE EXPENDITURES After suffering an engine breakdown, the shipowner employed a tug to avoid a typhoon and to bring the vessel to port.   The owner then brought claim against the insurance company for general average contribution. The defendant argued that the vessel was unseaworthy at the beginning of the voyage and that the casualty was caused by actionable fault of the Owner and thus no contribution was due. Further, the defendant argued that owner’s expenditure as claimed under general average was unreasonable.
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