Article Support hashtag #MarinePilots

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

To better bundle all articles and messages about Marine / Maritime Pilots I would like to suggest the Hashtag #MARINEPILOTS. We can use it well here on LinkedIn, but also for other social media like Twitter.

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Article Photographer Michela Canalis becomes Partner of Marine-Pilots.com

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

Announcement from www.Marine-Pilots.com:

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Article Pilots and ship´s Captains

by Marine Pilot Luis Vale, Portugal - published

Lately there has been a considerable increase in opinions of seagoing ship´s masters complaining about pilotage services, expressed whether as LinkedIn articles and comments or in some reputable industry magazines.

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Article Send us links of interesting articles

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

If you wrote an interesting article yourself or made great photos or video recordings that you would like to make permanently accessible to the large Marine Pilots Community here, send it to us!

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Article The use of helmets... or “Why Do Pilots Not Wear Helmets?”

by Marine Pilot Luis Vale, Portugal - published

photo and article by Luis Vale, Portugal

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Article The scariest 15 minutes of my life

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

An authentic report by Marine Pilot Capt. Agha Umar Habib (Port of Sohar, Oman) about a dramatic incident on July 23, 2019.

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Article IcePad, Smart download and view satellite images of sea-ice

by Drift + Noise GmbH - published

Download and view satellite images of sea-ice on your mobile device or PC within an intuitive map-based interface.

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Article How AIS Works - Operation of AIS

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The term Automatic Identification System (AIS) refers to a radio system that improves the safety and guidance of vessel traffic by exchanging navigation and other vessel data.

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Article Danish Butter Cookies...

by Marine Pilot Luis Vale, Portugal - published

Why “Danish Butter Cookies” are a part of the standard navigational equipment…

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Article Historical pilot schooner "Elbe No. 5"​ collied with containership and sank.

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

This ship is a legend: The pilot schooner "No. 5 Elbe" is the oldest operating seagoing ship in Hamburg. Furthermore, the "white lady" is a real beauty. That's why it's a tragedy what happened on Pentecost Saturday: The two-master collided with a container ship and sank!

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