Article

Engage Marine awarded marine contract by Port of Townsville


by Shipping Australia Limited - published on 5 October 2021 70 -

Engage Marine has announced that it recently awarded the marine pilot transfer services contract by the Port of Townsville.

Engage have now begun operations which includes the maintenance of the Port of Townsville’s pilot boat vessel ‘Mantaray’ and the safe transfer of marine pilots onto vessels arriving and departing into Abbot Point.

Engage Marine was also recently awarded the towage services contract for the Abbot Point operations by North Queensland Bulk Ports.

Engage Marine CEO, Mark Malone, said “we are pleased to be awarded this contract, which in conjunction with the towage services contract, will allow Engage Marine to deliver operational efficiencies to the port’s stakeholders at the Abbot Point terminal.”
What's your opinion on this?
Login or register to write comments and join the discussion!
Read more...

Video Pilot Transfer - New Zealand (Auckland) & Australia (Melbourne/Fremantle)

published on 21 October 2021

Spotted some Pilot Boats in the Port of Auckland, New Zealand and Melbourne & Fremantle Australia (Port codes: Auckland:NZ AKL ; Melbourne:AU MEL ; Fremantle:AU FRE).

0

Video Kittiwake Mersey Pilot

published on 22 December 2021

KITTIWAKE ( MMSI 232008570) is a Pilot and currently sailing under the flag of United Kingdom (UK) Here she is speeding down the River this morning.

0

Video Pilot Leaving Ship Vigo

published on 31 March 2023

0

Video Simulation of EVER GIVEN Accident in Suez Canal 2021 in 3D by FleetMon

published on 27 March 2021

On Mar 23, 2021, at around 0500 UTC, Ultra Large Container Vessel EVER GIVEN ran aground in the Suez Canal north of Suez. The incident caused a blockage of the Suez Canal, extensive vessel traffic jams, and disruptions in the maritime supply chain. Watch a 3D video simulation of the last 90 minutes of her journey before the accident happened. The video is based on AIS vessel position data received by FleetMon.
FleetMon is one of the world’s leading AIS vessel tracking providers offering...

1

Article NAUTITEC takes over construction supervision of the Weener Bridge

published on 25 October 2021

Today, Nautitec took residence of their new offices at the construction site of the “Friesenbrücke” in Weener, the railway bridge which is connecting Weener to the Netherlands.

0

Video New pilot boats christened at Port of Gdańsk

published on 26 October 2022

Gdańsk-Pilot, which provides pilotage services in the ports of Gdańsk, Elbląg and on the Vistula Lagoon, has officially christened its two newest pilot boats Pilot 23 and Pilot 24.
Read more: https://www.marinepoland.com/new-pilot-boats-christened-at-port-of-gdansk-video-1656

0

Article Malaysia Pilots want to prioritise vaccination

published on 7 June 2021

While in many western countries of the world, pilots there have already been preferentially vaccinated against COVID-19, pilots in other countries such as Malaysia are struggling to get vaccinated.

0

Video In respect of the vessel: Stellar Banner Scuttled Off Brazil

published on 15 June 2020

Notice by the Editor of Marine-Pilots.com: "The sight of a sinking ship should always make us humble because it helps us to realize how small man is compared to the thousands of tons of steel a ship is made of - and how pale we are in comparison to the great power of the sea. Ships may have a soul, as they have names as well... Their end therefore should make us sad. There´s no fun or joy in watching this.” The vessel was refloated earlier this month following the removal of approximately...

0

Article UKHO signs MoUs with Port of London Authority and Peel Ports Group

published on 19 June 2023

The UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) signs MoUs with Port of London Authority and Peel Ports Group, strengthening collaboration in port sector.

0

Video Smart Sound Plymouth: Britain’s platform for innovative marine technology development

published on 30 June 2021

Dr James Fishwick, Head of Smart Sound Plymouth gives an introduction to Smart Sound Plymouth and explains how it can be accessed and the equipment available.
This is a recording of the webinar given on the 17th June and is the second in a programme of webinars organised by Plymouth City Council which showcases the thriving marine sector in Plymouth, UK.
You can view the full programme of webinars and register for them here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/oceansgate-marine-technology-webinar-...

0