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Marine Pilot, Port of Cape Preston


published on 2 September 2022 317 -

Auriga Group Pty Ltd
Dampier, Australia

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Video Embarking the pilot at the Port of Açu in rough weather

published on 20 May 2022

Embarque mais cedo hoje no Porto do Açu (RJ). Prático Diogo Weber.
#Praticagem #ZP15 #PraticagemDoBrasil #NaoPara #24h #EficienciaNosPortos

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Video Maritime Pilot Training II - Man overboard manoeuvre

published on 12 May 2021

Training video II on the correct behaviour in case of man overboard

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Article Improving Teams Performance in Pilotage Waters

by Herman Broers - published on 31 March 2022

This paper aims to explore the possibilities of improving team performance on the bridge in pilotage waters. The pilot and the bridge team have a common goal: to navigate the ship safely and smoothly.

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Video In respect of the vessel: Stellar Banner Scuttled Off Brazil

published on 15 June 2020

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Video Saab’s Port Management app streamlines Pilot operations at Flinders Ports, Australia

published on 17 August 2021

Have a look inside Flinders Ports, the gateway of trade to South Australia. Pilotage operations have become much more complex, with more and larger ships coming in. With Pilot Control Flinders Ports streamline their pilotage operations – saving them time, raising operating efficiency and ensuring safety as changes can be managed at their fingertips. Visit our homepage: https://goo.gl/bWJr3i Follow Saab on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/saabtechnologies/ Follow Saab on Twitter: https://...

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Article New Zealand MPA Guidance to manage COVID19

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 22 April 2020

Following engagement with the New Zealand Maritime Pilots Association President, Steve
Banks, the following information is intended to provide guidance to support New Zealand’s
Maritime Pilots to carry out their critical functions.

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Video From a seaman. Gabon, Baie du Prince, 2012.

published on 30 June 2021

Gabon, Baie du Prince, 2012.
Getting that nice fat lady alongside

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Video Deep draft tanker to sea

published on 29 August 2020

It does not happen very often that we have a Eurochannel bound ship to sea. In this case the MARIA P LEMOS, 333 m with a draft of 20,7 m left Rotterdam underway to the Far East .

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Video MAERSK: Staying safe out at sea - a message from our seafarers

published on 8 September 2022

A special message from our seafarers👷🏽‍♂️👇🏽 Last week, we marked our annual Global Safety Day with the theme 'We Learn and Adapt'.
In our industry, hazards are a normal part of operations and we constantly work to identify the safety risks before anything happens and put in place safeguards to ensure that even if something goes wrong, it does not lead to severe injury.
Safety procedures on board our vessels ensure that our seafarers protect themselves and their colleagues while on...

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