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Video Podcast: Reshma Nilofer, Maritime Pilot, Kolkata Port Trust, India
Found on YouTube. Created by "Shipping Podcast".
Welcome to the 154th episode of the Shipping Podcast with Reshma Nilofer, the first female maritime Pilot in India and one of few in the world. Reshma takes us on a journey on how to reach your dream goals. She is a powerful woman and a role model to many.
Reshma Nilofer was the first female maritime river pilot, and the current Indian President awarded her with the "Woman Power Award" in 2018. The Woman Power Award is an annual award given by the Ministry of Women and Child Development of India's Government to individual women or institutions that work towards the cause of women empowerment.
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Video Pilotos Prácticos del Pacífico S.A.S / Pacific Pilot's S.A.S (Versión Extendida Inglés)
Opinion Conversation with Brett Monthie, a Tampa Bay harbor pilot
by Tampy Bay Times - published on 13 January 2021
Opinion Five questions for Thomas Bøggild, Project and quality manager, Greenland Pilot Service
published on 11 January 2021
Video Pilot Ladder on Ships- Correct rigging procedure 2020
Found on YouTube. Created by "Capt.Vijay".
Correct method of rigging pilot ladder explained.
As explained, a large number of reports related to the use of pilot ladders which are too long relative to the vessel’s draughts. As a result, the excessively long ladders require shortening up before being deployed for boarding pilots. In these cases, ship crew shortens the pilot ladders, using D-shackles to choke the side ropes at the required height along the ladder’s length. In this method, the D-shackle is first secured to a hard point on the deck, such as a pad eye, and the ladder rope threaded through the shackle. Shortening ladders using the D-shackle method causes the weight of the ladder to be taken up by the D-shackle impacting directly against the mechanical securing clamps (widgets) which secure the ladders treads in place, Tokyo MoU explains.
Video Pilot via Helicopter to our vessel - Time Lapse
Found on YouTube. Created by "Karanvir Singh Nayyar".
MOST BEAUTIFUL MOMENTS
It was an early morning arrival in the port of Le Havre FRANCE 🇫🇷 with the sun just about to rise !!
The moment & lighting was so spectacular that the GoPro struggled to capture everything & do justice .
I managed to capture - in my opinion the best TIME LAPSE till date .
Also not to miss out the catch of the video - HELICOPTER OPERATION 🚁
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► Camera - GOPRO HERO 8 BLACK - https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07WSRXMS8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_JRu9FbX8D6760
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SHOTGUN MIC -
► MIC - Standard wireless mic
► Ship Credits - Emma Maersk under Maersk Line
►Music Credit |
Song: Bayza & Dimatis - Serenity
Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music.
Video Link: https://youtu.be/1b3e9uSEWUk
Video Niugini Pilots Limited Profile Video OFFICIAL
Found on YouTube. Created by "Niugini Pilots Ltd Media".
Niugini Pilots Limited is Papua New Guinean owned Marine Pilotage company operating in Papua New Guinea that was established by our Chief Pilot and Managing Director, Captain Max Taikika Stoessel.
This video highlights our company's work and operations on a daily basis with a short interview with Capt. Max.
Article Marking, Certification of Pilot Ladders
by Herman Broers - published on 5 January 2021
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