Frank Diegel Admin

 Frank Diegel

About me

Frank Diegel is the CEO and founder of Marine-Pilots.com and the CEO of the IT company TRENZ too.
His companies are located in the two german harbour cities Bremen and Hamburg.

He has studied computer science. For almost 10 years he has been developing hard- and software especially for pilots. The topic of digitalisation in shipping is his great passion.

Why am I here?

My intention with Marine-Pilots.com is: to bring pilots, suppliers and interested parties together, generate a large community and promote the exchange of information among each other.

Personal Details

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vestibulum eget ante tristique, finibus tortor et, posuere quam. Duis purus risus, pharetra nec lacinia ut, vehicula et nisl. Etiam a ornare est. Mauris sit amet nisl vitae eros ornare fringilla.

Login to see the personal details.
No account yet? Register for free.
 Frank Diegel

Personal Details

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vestibulum eget ante tristique, finibus tortor et, posuere quam. Duis purus risus, pharetra nec lacinia ut, vehicula et nisl. Etiam a ornare est. Mauris sit amet nisl vitae eros ornare fringilla.

Login to see the personal details.
No account yet? Register for free.

My Content

Article More than one Million

by Frank Diegel - published on 10 June 2021

In October 2019, we launched our web portal Marine-Pilots.com. Over the last few months we have gathered a large collection of reports, information, articles and videos on the topic of pilots around the world.

1

Article Russian Marine Pilot (61) killed in accident on 14 March 2021

by Frank Diegel - published on 17 March 2021

In Novorossiysk (Russia, Black Sea), a marine pilot died during a pilot transfer and an investigation has been launched. The incident occurred on the evening of 14 March at about 21:40.

1

Article Kiel Canal, Germany : Freighter rams Kiel lock gate on Sun 14th Mar 2021

by Frank Diegel - published on 14 March 2021

An accident occurred in the Kiel Canal lock at Kiel-Holtenau. A freighter crashed into the gate of the north chamber on Saturday. The Kiel Canal is the busiest man-made waterway in the world.

1

Article "SAFE Passage" Journal by Australasian Marine Pilots Institute

by Frank Diegel - published on 10 March 2021

Download PDF here

0

Article Dardanelles: Turkish pilot falls from pilot ladder

by Frank Diegel - published on 8 March 2021

Eray Demirkol, one of the pilots of the Dardanelles Strait General Directorate of Coastal Safety, fell from the pilot ladder into the sea while he was boarding the 176-meter bulk carrier 28653 DWT named "Lord Nelson".

0

My libraries

Library SWATH & SWASH Technology for safer pilot boarding

by Frank Diegel - published on 20 September 2021