The Sea Insurance Company Of Scotland v Gavin, And Others: SCS 1829

Under a policy insuring a brigantine ” at and from L. to S., and thence to ‘Barcelona, and at and from thence and two other ports in Spain, to a ‘port in Great Britain : ‘–held, that Saloe, a place lying in a bay, having warehouses and a jetty, with a depth of water sufficient for feluccas, but not for large ships, and a good roadsted anchorage where ships lie and are loaded by means of small craft ; having also a custom-house and officers is a ”port’ within the meaning of the policy.


[1829] EngR 244, (1829) 4 Bligh NS PC 578, (1829) 5 ER 206



Scotland, Transport, Insurance

Updated: 18 May 2022; Ref: scu.322112