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Qastor 3 - How-To Positioning Device


published on 28 January 2022 35 -

This video will describe how you can connect Qastor3 with your PPU.

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Video CMA CGM Columbia feat. two harbour pilot boats (2.7K)

published on 31 December 2020

CMA CGM Columbia container ship arriving from Shekou port, and transiting thru Hong Kong, destination Singapore
a rare capture of TWO harbour pilots boats to carry two pilots leaving off the container ship
Columbia is only a 300m long 48m wide vessel, only 9200 TEU capacity but it has separate bridge tower and chimney. The ship was built in 2015.

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Article Ship enters closed gate of the Holtenau lock in Kiel Canal

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 29 August 2020

According to various reports, the motor vessel "Else" damaged the gate of the Kiel-Holtenau lock at 5:00 a.m. on 29 August when it entered the closed gate without a pilot.

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Video "Providence" South Wales Pilot Boat

published on 10 November 2020

This video is about the people who work for South East Wales Pilotage, the Pilots and Cutter crew

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Video Shiphandling: Pivot Point and Transverse Thrust

published on 22 May 2022

Gavin Buchanan on YouTube: "Some of the best Ship Handling videos available online. Studying for my Master 3000 and have found these videos incredibly helpful. Thank you for making these free for students!"

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Video Accident off Wangerooge - container ship runs aground (in German)

published on 3 February 2022

The 400-metre-long container giant "Mumbai Maersk" has run aground in the North Sea tidal flats and must be towed free. The Central Command for Maritime Emergencies was basing its hopes on the high tide at around two o'clock in the morning of Friday night. The night before, an attempt to tow the freighter free had failed. The high water on Thursday afternoon was also too low. In addition, more powerful tugs are still needed.

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Article New website online: Port Phillip Sea Pilots

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 23 October 2020

Port Phillip Sea Pilots now have their new website online. The result is impressive. Well done!

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Opinion Time to drop the pilot? [The wet Detective]

by Mike Wall, Baird Maritime - published on 11 December 2020

The term pilot is defined as, “a person who is qualified and usually licensed to conduct a ship into and out of a port or in specified waters.” The Merchant Shipping Act 1894 states that, “a pilot is any person not belonging to a ship who has the conduct thereof.”

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Video Pilot Boat crew transfer

published on 12 April 2022

Like threading a needle. Watch as the skilled captain of the Pacific Chinook comes alongside of her sister ship the Pacific Pathfinder to transfer some crew. Watch how precise he can maneuver the boat with her water jets.

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Article Iran: Two new investment contracts for supplying 10 pilot boats

by PMO News Portal - published on 23 January 2021

Two investment contracts for supplying 10 pilot boats required by the country's ports, as well as a memorandum of cooperation between the PMO and Iran University of Science and Technology will be Signed by the Minister of Roads and Urban Development.

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Video Lita Ocean 15m Pilot Boat

published on 9 October 2020

MPA 7 and MPA 8 are our latest 15m Pilot Boat built for the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore.

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