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Triay & Triay

Work Department

Shipping & Admiralty and Dispute Resolution




Raymond also known as Monchi was called to the Bar in England & Wales and Gibraltar 1987. He is also qualified as Spanish lawyer.

Monchi is a Partner and heads up the Shipping and Admiralty Department, also forming part of the Commercial and Litigation Departments.

Monchi was a key part in the development and establishment of Gibraltar as a go to jurisdiction for the arrest and sale of ships, making Gibraltar a leading jurisdiction in this field. Monchi undertook the most noted arrest in Gibraltar: concurrent arrests and sales of seven cruise liners by private treaty. These arrests established Gibraltar as the pioneer jurisdiction for the carrying out of arrest and sale of vessels by private treaty that was subsequently adopted by other jurisdictions, notably Malta, Hong Kong and Singapore. Monchi also carries out extensive ship registration and finance work.

In addition, Monchi is an experienced commercial litigator having acted in various commercial disputes, including shareholder disputes, insolvency, and regulatory cases on behalf of the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission


English & Spanish.


Member of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple and also to the Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Cadiz, Spain.


LL.B (Hons) City of London Polytechnic, Business Law.

Lawyer Rankings

Gibraltar > Shipping

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Raymond A Triay

Triay & Triay

Triay & Triay works across the board in the shipping sector, with notable experience in vessel and yacht registration, ship financing and admiralty matters. James Ramagge is active for international ship financing banks and leads the practice with Raymond A Triay, who specialises in ship arrests. The firm is assisting Nordic Trustee with the re-organisation of the Sea Trucks Group’s dynamic positioning fleet. In another highlight, the team is advising Standard Chartered Bank on the drafting and registration of a mortgage against the vessel VOS Chablis registered in Gibraltar. Other clients include Aegean Baltic Bank and ING Bank.