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Qatar Energy
Al Asimah, Kuwait

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Video ‎Berthing a tanker ship LOA 185 m draft 9

published on 11 April 2021

‎Berthing a tanker ship LOA 185 m draft 9

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Video 13 & 16m Pilot Boats

published on 20 February 2021

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Video Taking the last Pilot off before heading home

published on 5 May 2023

After a six day hitch, we work our last ship before heading home https://instagram.com/sea_weathered?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=

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Article Brightlingsea Pilots order new Seaward 29 Pilot Boat

published on 27 May 2021

Brightlingsea Harbour - a mixed leisure and commercial port on the East Coast of England
has recently signed contracts with Seaward to have a new pilot boat built, The demands of Pilot duties as well as working as a patrol boat and harbour launch, and the sea conditions that can occur in the area made the Nelson hulled Seaward the natural choice of vessel.

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Video Pilot Boats HamiltonJet AMW MARINE

published on 19 January 2021

HamiltonJet Pilot Boats Netherlands by AMW-MARINE

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Article Update: "Strength of Pilot Ladders and Intermediate Securing of Pilot Ladders"

by Capt. Troy Evans - published on 2 November 2020

An investigation into actual strength of ladders and intermediate securing methods used.
Capt. and Marine Pilot Troy Evans (New Zealand) decided to look into pilot ladder strength and intermediate securing arrangements after MNZ put out what he felt was a confusing and unclear document about securing of pilot ladders.

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Article Request from the American Pilots’ Association to State Pilotage Authorities Regarding Pilot Safety

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 20 February 2020

The American Pilots’ Association has sent a letter to state pilotage authorities across the United States on behalf of approximately 1,200 American ship pilots to improve safety pilot safety following the death of a New York pilot in December.

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Video On board the Edmund Gardner pilot ship

published on 28 September 2021

Footage filmed by DFS Williams on the Edmund Gardner pilot ship 1968-69.
The Edmund Gardner is now the largest object in National Museums Liverpool's collections and can be seen in dry dock opposite Merseyside maritime museum. Find out more about it here:
http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/maritime/collections/edmundgardner/

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