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Article Support hashtag #MarinePilots

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

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.

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

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

Who is a pilot and how do I find information about this great job on the Internet?

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

by Frank Diegel, CEO & Founder Marine-Pilots.com - published

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.

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Article Innovez One to digitalise towage and pilotage operations for the Port of Banten

by Innovez One - published

The Port of Banten is an exciting addition to Innovez One’s global roster of ports. It is the 4th port in Indonesia alone to adopt marineM, Innovez One’s cutting-edge digital solution to optimise its towage and pilotage operations.

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Video Vessel "ELSE" crashes into closed lock gate in Kiel-Holtenau on 29.08.2020

Found on YouTube / Social Medai.

Shortly after 5 a.m. local time the vessel “Else” had a collision in the Kiel-Holtenau lock to the Kiel Canal.

The "Else" subject to pilotage passed the pilot's boarding position without taking a sea pilot on board and collided from the outside into the closed gate of the new north lock. The bow bored into the metal construction and the ship was stuck for about six hours.

For more information about this accident see related content below (articles).

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Article Marine pilot Devan Pulliah (TNPA) reminisces on his journey

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As a navy veteran with seven years experience, mainly on strike craft, Devan Pulliah joined Transnet in 1997 to become a tug master in East London before being enrolled in Transnet National Ports Authority’s class of 1999 to help change the future of the maritime industry.

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Article Lock in Kiel-Holtenau is back in operation after accident

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

According to WSA Kiel-Holtenau: The northern chamber of the Great Lock has been put back into operation. Both chambers are available to the shipping industry.

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Opinion New article by The Standard Club: "Remote pilotage - perspective and risks to consider"

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

Published on 5th June 2020. Author Capt. John Dolan says: "We would not recommend remote pilotage when the ship is berthing or unberthing. These operations require the presence and advice of an experienced pilot who has extensive local knowledge and who is usually assisted by port tugs."

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Video Vídeo Institucional Oficial da Praticagem do Brasil

The practice is essential to the safety of waterway traffic, as it avoids or minimizes accidents that can cost the lives of people, cause damage to the environment and enormous material losses.
The structure is fully maintained by the practicing companies themselves, without the contribution of any public resource, related to the maintenance of the speedboats, the 24-hour operation of their Operations Centers, the training of their employees, the acquisition and maintenance of communication, computer and traffic coordination systems.


The practical work is regulated by the Navy, which establishes strict standards of action.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator

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Article Marine Pilots are experts in trusting. They simple have to be....

by Bianca Reineke, lutheran Pastor, Germany - published

„In God we trust“ - this short sentence can be found on the one dollar note.
Marine Pilots for example are experts in trusting. They simple have to be....

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