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AMPI - Tug Use In Port Webinar


by Australasian Marine Pilots Institute - published on 15 November 2021 215 -

This event lies in the past.
6 December 2021

About the Webinar

Capt. Henk Hensen is an ex-Rotterdam Pilot and the author of 'Tug Use in Port'. He introduces the 4th edition of his book, discussing various aspects of his career and the methods of tug use in port.

Capt. Scott Clinton is a Newcastle Pilot. He will explain how Newcastle transitioned from passive escort at 0.7nm from the breakwaters to active escort commencing 2.0nm offshore in open sea conditions.

This webinar will offer a great opportunity for anyone interested in learning more about tug operations for both manoeuvring and escort towage.

Host / Presenters

  • Captain Henk Hensen - Author - Tug Use In Port
  • Captain Scott Clinton - Marine Pilot - Newcastle
  • Captain Ricky Rouse - Webinar Moderator
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