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Video The way of Pilot on boarding

published on 2 December 2021

The pilot plays a crucial role in the safe navigation of the vessel to her destination. Expert in the local waters, a Pilot is imperative to the Bridge Team. Berthing/un-berthing, anchoring, transiting narrow channels etc. are very specialized operations and require expertise of a very objective manner that results in efficient planning, monitoring and execution of safe passage. When a ship needs to enter or leave a harbor, marine pilots are sent aboard via a small pilot boat to safely...

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Article PSA Marine introduces new Vessel Pilot Communication solution

published on 28 August 2020

PSA Marine (Pte) Ltd (“PSA Marine”) joins the global movement towards sustainable shipping by reducing carbon footprint with the use of a digital solution – Vessel Pilot Communication (“VPC”), launched on 25 August 2020. With VPC, PSA Marine ensures that critical and timely updates on pilot boarding times and traffic conditions in and around the pilot boarding grounds are communicated to vessel masters.

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Video Pilot Talks...! Episode 3 (with Capt. Henk Hensen) by AIMPA

published on 7 March 2021

Welcome to the next episode of "Pilot Talks..." by AIMPA.
Hosted by Capt. Vijay Sharma, Master Mariner @capt.vijay along with Co-Host Capt. Gajanan Karanjikar, President of AIMPA. Special Guest: Capt. Henk Hensen.

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Video Piloting the first wind turbines for Colombia

published on 5 July 2021

Impressive pictures from Colombia: MV Malcom arrived on June the 20th carrying the first wind generators for the "Guajira 1" project.

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Video St Johns Bar Pilot Association

published on 17 January 2020

A collection of action from the St Johns Bar Pilot Association In the early 1800′s as the commercial ports along the St Johns River began to develop, a select group of brave and skilled seafarers would row to sea to meet arriving cargo sailing ships. These daring individuals would use their extensive local knowledge to safely guide the sailing ships across the treacherous sand bars that guarded the river entrance. This was the origin of the St. Johns Bar Pilots. Initially it was a bit of a...

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Article Hwalein Marine Pilot got accident while boarding

by Video found on YouTube - published on 8 February 2020

Another accident was reported on YouTube on Feb. 3rd 2020 by akif pradias.
"This video shown how's hwalein pilot got accident while boarding the vessel, its teach us to be more carefully during pilot transfer..."

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Article Ramsgate RNLI called to rescue beached boat at Broadstairs

by www.theisleofthanetnews.com - published on 9 December 2021

Ramsgate RNLI crews were called in to help a pilot boat beached at Broadstairs last night (December 7).

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Video Interview with Mr. Salducci, President Station de Pilotage de Marseille - Fos

published on 8 December 2021

For this last publication of the week, "In the shoes of a port pilot", the UMF unveils a video of the president of the pilot station, Jean-Philippe Salducci, who talks about his job, his career, the qualities required and the role of the UMF as a major player in the port of Marseille-Fos.

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Video Smooth pilot boarding

published on 7 October 2021

Ship Pilot boarding #sea #ship #Shipboarding #Pilot

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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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