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Send us links of interesting articles
We at Marine-Pilots.com have already researched and entered many interesting articles for our community, so that we already have many things worth reading on our site.

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If you find interesting articles on LinkedIn or on the internet, please send this link to info@Marine-Pilots.com.

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For example you will soon find the authentic and emotional experience report of Pilot Capt. Umar about his fall from the pilot ladder into the water on Marine-Pilots.com.

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Article Support hashtag #MarinePilots

by Marine-Pilots.com - published -
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To better bundle all articles and messages about Marine / Maritime Pilots I would like to suggest the Hashtag #MARINEPILOTS. We can use it well here on LinkedIn, but also for other social media like Twitter.

Article The difficulty of finding marine pilot-specific information on the Internet

by Marine-Pilots.com - published -
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Who is a pilot and how do I find information about this great job on the Internet?

Article Marine-Pilots.com: Login, comment function and new logo online

by Frank Diegel, CEO Marine-Pilots.com - published -
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Marine-Pilots.com has launched some new important features: Marine Pilots can register to our website and comment articles and videos now. And take a look at the new logo.

Article Get the Marine-Pilots-App!

by Marine-Pilots.com - published -
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Find the right link for your Smartphone.
Get your Marine Pilots' information even easier: For Android & iPhone.

Video Maiden voyage of HMM Algeciras #5-Yantian-berth

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HMM Algeciras at Yantian (8th May)
See the world’s largest containership (24,000 TEU) departing Yantian with a world record number of TEU’s on board (19,621 TEU). Wishing you ‘fair wind and following seas’ HMM Algeciras, through to Suez (25th May) then beyond to Rotterdam (ETA 3rd June), Hamburg (7th June), Antwerp (11th June) & London Gateway (14th June)

Article Report on Safe Tug Procedures

by Captain Henk Hensen (Marine Consultant) - published -
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Based on Pilot, Tug Master and Ship Captain Questionnaires

Compiled by:

Captain Henk Hensen FNI FITA Captain Daan Merkelbach FITA Captain F. van Wijnen MNI

Article P&O Maritime Logistics taking over pilotage operations in Jebel Ali and Port Rashid (UAE)

by Marine-Pilots.com - published -
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P&O Maritime Logistics officially taking over the pilotage operations for the ports of Jebel Ali and Port Rashid in the UAE.Topaz Energy and Marine has merged with P&O Maritime and become P&O Maritime Logistics. Jebel Ali Pilots are now members of ISPO | International Standard for maritime Pilot Organizations.

Video Ro-ro cargo ship"Festivo" struck pier at Ceuta, Spain while berthing

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Found on YouTube. Created by "Highlight"

Ro-ro cargo ship FESTIVO struck pier at Ceuta while berthing on arrival from Algeciras, at around 1300 UTC Jul 6. Cause of accident unknown, both ship’s bow and pier sustained damages.

Video SWATH@A&R "Jakob Prei"

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Found on YouTube. Created by "abekingundrasmussen"

Article Safehaven Marine to build a second S.A.R. Interceptor 48 for the Faroe Islands Rescue Service

by Marine-Pilots.com - published -
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Safehaven Marine have signed contracts with the Faroe Islands Rescue Service for an Interceptor 48
‘self-righting’ S.A.R. (Search and Rescue craft.) This is the second S.A.R. Interceptor 48 we have
supplied to the Faroe Islands following ‘Sverri’ in 2013, which has worked very well in the
challenging North Atlantic seas they face off the Islands, with her crew being totally confident with
her seakeeping abilities, performance and reliability during rescue operations over the last 7 years.