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Marine Pilot /Assistant Harbour Master (UK)


published on 24 September 2021 267 -

Port of Blyth
Blyth, United Kingdom

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published on 21 October 2021

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Video Safety of Navigation vs. Commercial Pressure

published on 18 January 2021

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published on 8 February 2021

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published on 24 December 2020

Happy Holidays!
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published on 6 May 2021

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by Marine Pilot Luis Vale, Portugal - published on 20 August 2019

photo and article by Luis Vale, Portugal

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Video Berthing, Anchoring & other Mooring Operations | Berthing (Part 1)

published on 8 September 2021

Course Name: Berthing, Anchoring & other Mooring Operations
Topic Name: Berthing

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Video When a pilot boarding is aborted

published on 27 January 2022

Wind was blowing strong from the NE and the waves were becoming bigger and bigger by the time we reach a new client.
Crew didn't consider the rolling effect about to happen while changing heading in order to give lee when they prepared pilot ladder, so the requested 1.5m above the water was not that good.
I decided to abort and to give the vessel the chance to shorten it. In the next attempt they did it right and I was able to board safe

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Video The complex and dangerous Centre Lead Forward Tug Manoeuvre, Port Kembla, Australia

published on 4 July 2019

(Please note: Anthony F Hoy has CASA Operational Certification for UAV Aerial Photography & Aerial Survey).
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