In Christopher Martin Lee George v Coastal Marine 2004 Ltd (T/A Mashfords) – Lawtel 22.4.09 the Admiralty Court held that, in the circumstances, a berth at a shipyard was a reasonably safe berth provided that an adequate warning was given about the risk of grounding hollow because of a change in gradient of the seabed at the landward end, and a warning to move a vessel astern to avoid grounding hollow had been given but disregarded in the instant case.