Webcam Port of Trelleborg

published (on YouTube: on 9 October 2019) -
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Region: Trelleborg, Sweden
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Found on YouTube. Created by "Trelleborgs Hamn AB".

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Article Webcams around the world

by Justin Arndt - Marine-Pilots.com - published

A selection of webcams from all over the world are now available at Marine-Pilots.com

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Video 24/7 Live Webcam - Kiel Canal at Kiel Lock in Germany | Nord-Ostsee-Kanal Schleuse Kiel

Found on YouTube. Created by "livespotting".

Webcam Schleuse Kiel-Holtenau | Webcam Lock Kiel-Holtenau

Pilotage Service in this Area by:

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Video 24/7 Live Webcam - Kiel Canal at Brunsbuettel Lock in Germany | Nord-Ostsee-Kanal Schleuse Brunsbüttel

Found on YouTube. Created by "livespotting".

Auch die Baustelle der neuen Schleuse ist zu sehen.
The construction site of the new lock can also be seen.

Pilotage Service in this Area by:

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Video History: River Thames Pilot (1960-1969)

Found on YouTube. Created by "British Pathé"
Location: England

Various shots following a river pilot. He is seen disembarking from one boat and climbing up a rope ladder onto a large ship.

Various shots of another river pilot, dressed in a cap, woollen jumper and sea faring jacket. He is seen at the wheel of his boat.

Various shots of two river police pilots on the River Thames in London. They are filmed in the cab and on the deck of their boat. They pull up alongside some riverboat houses and talk to a woman who owns one of the them. Back in their boat, there are now three river pilots making their journey along the Thames. CU. A river police union Jack flag at the back of the boat. VS. The boat drives alongside Victoria Wharf and London dock lands. VS. An RAF helicopter hovers alongside the police boat before flying off into the distance. CU. Another helicopter flying away.
FILM ID:3299.02

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Video Should the Captain go down with the sinking ship?

Found on YouTube. Created by "Mel's Musings".

1:19 What is the history?

2:14 If we fast forward to the modern era, what has changed?

3:00 How have things impacted the modern Captain?

3:33 What are the typical laws on the subject in some countries?

4:05 How is it different from other leadership positions?

5:34 What needs to change?

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Credits:
Music - Driving Ambition by Ahjay Stelino (https://mixkit.co/free-stock-music/)
Background Picture - Photo by Mohamed Nohassi on Unsplash (https://unsplash.com/)

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Video Webcam Kiel Sailing City in Germany | Kiel Hafenpanorama

Found on YouTube. Created by "livespotting".

⚓️ 🛳 ⛴ ⛵️ Thank you for watching, we hope you will have a good time here :)

ℹ️ Location information
👓 Kiel is the state capital of Schleswig-Holstein in Germany.
Kiel is the most northern major city in Germany. It is located on the Baltic Sea (Kiel Fjord) and is the terminus of the world's busiest man-made waterway, the Kiel Canal, internationally known as the Kiel Canal. Kiel is traditionally an important base of the German Navy and is known for the annual international sailing event Kieler Woche and the culinary speciality of Kiel sprat.

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Video Yellow Magnet with Sling to secure Pilot Ladder

Yellow Magnet with Sling to secure Pilot Ladder

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Opinion How OpenBridge seeks to improve maritime workplaces

by Prof. Kjetil Nordby Institute of Design - The Oslo School of Architecture and Design - published

Lack of standard user interfaces across bridge equipment is a major concern for maritime safety. Pilots are in a unique position, as they are constantly exposed to new and differing bridge working environments, equipment, interface designs and combinations of systems. As pilots face this problem throughout every shift they need to put in considerable effort to adjust their work to the many user interfaces they meet.

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Article Swimmer killed by Pilot Boat: The ports of Auckland are fined $424,000

by Marine-Pilots.com - published

The Auckland District Court has fined the Ports of Auckland NZD424,000 (USD300,500) for exempting its pilot boats from speed limits in Waitemata Harbour after a swimmer was struck and killed (April 2017).

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Video Meet Captain Lyle Donovan, a San Diego Bay pilot with the San Diego Bay Pilots Association

May is Maritime Month at the Port of San Diego and we are proud to highlight some of our hardworking men and women of the Working Waterfront. Meet Captain Lyle Donovan, a San Diego Bay pilot with the San Diego Bay Pilots Association. His work consists of guiding ships in and out of San Diego Bay in a safe and efficient manner. A typical day includes guiding a 650-foot car carrying vessel or a 950-foot cruise ship into San Diego Bay. This entails boarding the vessels by climbing up a ladder, often in very rough seas and usually when it’s still dark out. The Port of San Diego thanks Captain Donovan and his fellow pilots for their hard work. To read more about the importance of the maritime industry, visit portofsandiego.org/maritimemonth

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