The Marine Pilots' Community
Video Pilot Ladder Safety Webinar by The Nautical Institute
published on 12 May 2022
The Nautical Institute (NI) and the International Maritime Pilots’ Association (IMPA) have been concerned for many years at the needlessly high rate of Pilot Ladder casualties. The NI is continuously reminded of the problem from its Members and through its Mariners’ Alerting and Reporting Scheme (MARS). The issue features frequently in our publications, and we recently dedicated an edition of our award winning magazine The Navigator to the topic, emphasising the importance of good...
Video Ship Pilotage to Dunkirk Harbour BreakWater.
published on 11 May 2022
Article Sea Pilots From 24 Nations at EMPA General Meeting In Antwerp
published on 9 May 2022
Article 7 years have passed since vessel hits pilot tower in the port of Genoa
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 5 August 2020
Event NZMPA Conference 2022
Save the dates for the New Zealand Maritime Pilots' Association Auckland Conference 2022 comprising 3 days of seminars and workshops at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Auckland's famous Wynyard Quarter. The theme this year is "Optimising pilotage now and into the future". A speakers line up will be published soon and registration will begin in June.
Article Why pilot movement information is vital for port call optimization
published on 5 May 2022
Accurate and real-time pilot movement information is vital for port communities and their customers, whether you are a ship operator planning an upcoming port call, a terminal operator planning the berth scheduling, or a port agent arranging cargo and husbandry services. By receiving timely updates of scheduled and actual vessel movements at port, this will allow each stakeholder to plan and execute their day-to-day operations accordingly.
Article China wants to change pilot ladder regulations
published on 3 May 2022
Video History of the Pen Bay Pilots and Captain Bill Abbott, presented by Captain David Gelinas
published on 1 May 2022
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In the future we will be able to publish a list of the professional titles "Pilot" here, which show the different spellings and designations for "Pilot" - also in different countries and languages.
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