Video New Ships Orderbook - All current and future new buildings since 2015
Found on YouTube. Created by "Frank Diegel".
The New Ships Orderbook is an analysis and research online tool for the maritime industry.
We publish actual as well as expected or rumored ship orders in the international shipping market.
Our Database contains all the vessels which have been delivered since January 2015 as well as yard and owner contacts.
Get the information today about the ships of tomorrow!
The "New Ships Orderbook" is an analysis and research tool for the maritime industry. It publishes actual as well expected vessel orders (rumours) in the international shipping market 2015.
Statistics on market development of the global shipbuilding industry
Beside our vessel database you can find quarterly statistics and graphical overview on the market development of the global shipping industry at "New Ships Orderbook". This feature helps to monitor the global market.
Intelligent search alerts
You can conveniently search for specific criteria and create email alters for these searches. As soon as a new vessel with these queries is published (eg "country of the shipyard: China"), you will receive an email. By clicking on the link in the email, all new vessels for the saved search will be highlighted in color on the website.
Export data and print functions
You can export all hit lists of your searches (as CSV - file). This is very useful if you want to create your own charts or import data to your own system. Our high-speed printing function for the hit list of your searches ist often used for meetings.
Opinion Pilot transfer arrangements - Sharing knowledge matters – but problems go beyond non-compliance to SOLAS itself
by Kevin Vallance deep sea pilot and author - published on 23 September 2020
Like many seafarers I have long been a keen follower of The Nautical Institute’s MARS programme, and along with many other members I listened to the recent webinar on that topic. One theme which was repeated more than once was that it is better to learn from someone else’s misfortune rather than have it happen to you. Having personally been involved in two near misses resulting from unsafe pilot transfer arrangements in a relatively short space of time, I asked how experiences and knowledge specifically about pilot ladder safety could best be promulgated to avoid repeating common accidents or near misses.
Video Pilot Vessel "SIRIUS IV" - Puerto la Plata
Found on YouTube.
Pilot Vessel "SIRIUS IV" /On board Pilot Boat "KOON" #PilotVessel #CanalAccesoAPuertoLaPlata #RioDeLaPlata #Argentina #Argentine
On this video (with original sound), you can watch the Pilot Vessel "SIRIUS IV", underway inside the #CanalAccesoAPuertoLaPlata to the Boarding Position at Zona Comun to Embark and Disembark Pilots. The video was filmed, on board the Pilot Vessel "KOON".-
#CanalAccesoAPuertoLaPlata #RioDeLaPlata #Argentina
Date: 17th. June 2020.
Time: 10:03 hours (Local Time).
Special appreciation to the Skipper of the Pilot Boat "SIRIUS IV", his Chief Engineer and his Bosun.
Special appreciation to the Skipper of the Pilot Boat "KOON", his Chief Engineer and his Bosun.
Article Blackcomb Helicopters doing precision work
published on 12 November 2020
Article Historical pilot schooner "Elbe No. 5" collied with containership and sank.
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 9 June 2019
Video The complex and dangerous Centre Lead Forward Tug Manoeuvre, Port Kembla, Australia
(Please note: Anthony F Hoy has CASA Operational Certification for UAV Aerial Photography & Aerial Survey).
The Svitzer Marloo, a Z-Tech 2800 ASD Tug, is one of the few vessels in the world to regularly use the complex and potentially dangerous Centre Lead Forward manoeuvre to assist inbound and outbound bulk carriers in the execution of a 110 degree turn on entering and leaving Port Kembla. Tug Master Phil Jones explains how a dangerous maritime exercise, if properly executed, can deliver greater control and save time and money.
Video Webcam Silver Bay Marina (Duluth)
Found on YouTube. Created by "Duluth Harbor Cam".
The Silver Bay Marina Cam views the tranquil harbor and docks for pleasure boats while also able to view the 1000 ft ore carriers entering North Shore Mining just to the east.
Boats up to 100' can be accommodated on a daily or seasonal basis in one of the 110 spacious slips.
Video Knud Benedict Presentation on “Digital Twins” at IMLA SMU Seminar
Found on YouTube. Created by "ISSIMS GmbH & Institute: Innovative Simulation".
This is the recording of the presentation with the title:
“Digital Twins" as Key Maritime Technology Innovations for MET - and for Operation of Intelligent Ships
It was held at the MET Training Course by Shanghai Maritime University on Oct 27 2020 on the occasion of IMLA 40th anniversary