Article Shri Sanjay Bhatia releases AIMPA's maiden Marine Pilots' Journal (Download here)
by Capt. Gajanan Karanjikar - Founder President - AIMPA - published on 16 August 2020
Shri Sanjay Bhatia former Chairman of Mumbai Port and Indian Port Association (IPA) expressed pleasure while releasing the All India Marine Pilots Association’s (AIMPA) maiden Issue of “Marine Pilot’s Journal” and applauded the efforts in taking out this kind of Journal to help highlight issues of pilots.
Opinion AIMPA has published "Providing Peek into Marine Pilots' World" - Issue II
published on 21 September 2020
Opinion AIMPA Journal Issue III - October 2020 for download here
by AIMPA - All India Marine Pilots' Association - published on 24 October 2020
Video James Whalen 1905 Tugboat Sinks Historic Loss Thunder Bay Ontario
published on 2 May 2022
An unfortunate turn of events for the 117 year old Tugboat James Whalen...
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Article Pilot injured during embarking in Taiwan. (Video)
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 3 February 2020
Article Report on P&I claims involving vessels under pilotage
published on 1 September 2021
Article Study on Automated Remote Piloting: Basic Elements of Cyber Security
published on 3 January 2022
Article British Ports Association Eyeing up Autonomous shipping possibilities
published on 26 August 2020
The British Ports Association has launched a new initiative looking at the implications of autonomous shipping for UK ports, including a call for evidence from interested parties. Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) involves the automation of vessel and onboard processes which could alter how ports and ships interface with each other. The BPA which represents the majority of UK port activity including 85% of the shipping movements in and out of the country, is keen to explore what the future developments of shipping will mean for the sector.