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Latest edition of "Tug&Salvage" released


published on 24 February 2022 158 -

International Tug & Salvage edition from January/February 2022 has been released
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Video Safe at sea with satellites (AIS)

published on 5 June 2020

At sea, space technology is used to help save lives every day: managing traffic between ships, picking up migrants and refugees in distress or spotting oil spills. The European Space Agency is once again at the forefront developing new technologies and satellites: to keep us safe at sea and to monitor the environment. Space makes a difference here on Earth and certainly at sea where there is no infrastructure.
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Article Vessel Review | Celso Madeira – Fast, All-Weather Pilot Boat For Portugal’s Sines Port

published on 29 March 2022

Original article published on Baird Maritime

Irish builder Safehaven Marine has delivered a new pilot boat ordered by the Port of Sines in southwestern Portugal near the country’s capital of Lisbon.

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Video Knud Benedict Presentation on “Digital Twins” at IMLA SMU Seminar

published on 28 October 2020

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

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Article Re-Powering Pilot Boat New York

by JMS Naval Architects - published on 7 October 2021

After 30+ years of service, the vessel needed to be re-powered. A $1.7 million re-powering project was initiated and completed during 2004.

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Article 4th Customer Day at NAUTITEC: A Day Full Of Inspirational Speeches And Lectures With The Opportunity To Network

published on 9 June 2022

More than 90 guests from the european maritime cluster attended the 4th NAUTITEC Customer Day in Leer on 2nd June 2022, which was hosted by NAUTITEC and supported by the partners of the maritime campus, Faculty of maritime science Sciences Emden/Leer.

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Article Associated Federal Pilots Orders Launch From Gladding-Hearn

published on 13 November 2020

The Associated Federal Pilots in Metairie, LA, has ordered a Chesapeake Class pilot boat from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation. The pilots’ first launch, built by the Mass.-based shipyard, is scheduled for delivery in July 2021.

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Video 2021 SAFETY4SEA Virtual Forum – DAY 3

published on 1 September 2022

Welcome to the #2021SAFETY4SEA Virtual Forum! On DAY 3 we are navigating through… Forum Agenda 0:00 - Intro 0:06:38 - Panel #7 Ship Safety – Dry Bulk 1:10:38 - PPT: Loss Prevention, Capt. Konstantinos G. Karavasilis 1:23:20 - PPT: Digital Loss Prevention, Capt. Martti Simojoki 1:36:35 - Panel #8 Ship Safety – Tankers 2:38:02 - PPT: Balancing between automation and people: the Future of Maritime Training, Mrs. Joanna Eugenia Bakouni 2:47:16 - PPT: Training & Development: Lessons Learned from...

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Video Aberdeen Pilot Boat “Sea Shepherd in high winds

published on 13 September 2021

Aberdeen Pilot Boat “Sea Shepherd” following a vessel into port. Wind speed of 40kts gusting 50kts

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Article Investigation of ship maneuvering with hydrodynamic effects between ship and bank

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 12 July 2021

When a vessel navigates in confined waters, such as in a harbour or narrow channel, it is well known among experienced pilots that the ship handling is greatly affected by the hydrodynamic forces and moments acting between ship and bank or sidewall of the channel.

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Video Transfer Of Marine Pilots At Sea

published on 6 December 2019

This video briefly describes the special operation of transfer of marine pilots at sea

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