Article

Turkish Chief officer fell into water checking draft, died, Russia


published on 6 February 2022 297 -

Text and photo by Fleetmon (link to original article)

Chief officer of bulk carrier İNCE EGE fell into water from pilot ladder while trying to read draft marks at Taman port, Russia, Black sea, understood early in the morning Feb 4, at nigh time. He was rescued 45 minutes later, but neither crew, no port paramedic, who was transported by tug, were able to resuscitate him, he, unfortunately, died. Understood the main cause of his death was hypothermia.

What's your opinion on this?
Login or register to write comments and join the discussion!
Read more...

Video Dali Timeline from Data Recorder in Striking Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, March 26, 2024

published on 4 April 2024

Dali Timeline What's Going on With Shipping? March 29, 2024 In this episode - maritime historian at Campbell University (@campbelledu) and former merchant mariner - discusses the timeline released by the NTSB from the Dali's Vessel Data Recorder and lays out some of the questions, issues that have been raised, and questions that need to be answered. #dali #baltimorebridge #baltimore #shipping #brdigecollapse #supplychain #containerships #containerships Support What's Going on With...

0

Article IMPA Safety Campaign Results 2021 published

published on 8 December 2021

IMPA has just released the results of the annual IMPA safety campaign, please have a look at the document. This year the non-compliances worldwide vary from 5% up to 70%....You can check your working area in the attachment.

0

Article Russian Marine Pilot (61) killed in accident on 14 March 2021

by Frank Diegel - published on 17 March 2021

In Novorossiysk (Russia, Black Sea), a marine pilot died during a pilot transfer and an investigation has been launched. The incident occurred on the evening of 14 March at about 21:40.

1

Video Detailed Track: Collision of "Carnival Legend" and "Glory" on Dec 20 2019, Mexico

published on 17 April 2020

Two Carnival cruise ships collided in Cozumel, Mexico on December 20th 2019, causing damage to both ships.

1

Article CHIRP 2022/23 annual digest published

published on 20 June 2023

ChirpMaritime has just released their annual analysis of maritime reports (2022-2023).

0

Video Welcome to Driver's Ed...For Supertankers

published on 2 October 2019

It turns out that supertankers and cruise ships have valets. They're called maritime pilots, and they're among the most elite ship handlers in the world. So where does one go to learn how to park the largest ships in the world? To the Maritime Pilots Institute in Covington, La. There, they use mini-versions of the behemoth boats to teach the basics. All aboard!

0

Video How SHIP Navigate Through Ice (Part-1, Maneuvering)

published on 29 May 2021

This is part -1 (Maneuvering) In near future more parts will be added to the playslist. In person Appearing - Captain Thomas Madsen Chief officer,Aresh Daruwala Harbour Pilot, ST. Petersburg Company Credit - WWW.Maersk.com Location - Saint Petersburg, Russia Vessel - Venta Maersk Calender - (JANUARY - APRI), 2021 Music credit - Stock Music Filmora All video was shot on GoPro Hero 9 Edited through Adobe Light Room & Wondershare Filmora Subscribe...

0

Video Pilot rejects unsafe pilot ladder in Izmir, Turkey

published on 18 May 2022

As a rule, every pilot has the right to refuse an unsafe ladder. Safety first! A brave pilot is not the one who uses an unsafe ladder, but the one who, in case of doubt, asks for a different ladder or a different setting.
Unfortunately, too many pilots climb a dubious ladder when in doubt.

0

Article Report on P&I claims involving vessels under pilotage

published on 1 September 2021

The scope of this report covers a twenty-year period between 1999 and 2019 in which there were 1,046 such recorded incidents and where each incident gave rise to P&I liabilities in excess of US$100,000.

0

Article Study: Managing the Attributes of Pilot Errors in the Process of Redevelopment of Marine Pilot Reliability Index MPRI)

published on 28 June 2022

Managing the Attributes of Pilot Errors in the Process of Redevelopment of Marine Pilot Reliability Index MPRI): A Systematic Literature Review

0