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Article Pilot Boarding and Landing – use of Personal Emergency Radio Devices

by Nick Lee, T&TC Chairman, UK Pilots - published

Personal Locator Beacons (PLB) and other individual MOB devices have been available for some years now and have evolved to incorporate a variety of different alerting methods and combinations. However, usage of these additional enhancements within UK Pilotage is still in its infancy.

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Video "Rope Ladders" by PTR Holland

"Rope Ladders" by PTR Holland

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Video TRENZ Pilot Plug - SEAiq

This video shows how to use the TRENZ Pilot Plug with an iPad and the app SEAiq.

SEAiq can be bought from the Apple AppStore.

Please visit https://trenz-pilotplug.com/ for more information.

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Video Billy Pugh Europe - Transfer Device

Billy Pugh Europe - Transfer Device

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Video Ocean Technology Speakers Series: Navsim Technology Inc

OCEAN TECHNOLOGY SPEAKERS SERIES: NAVSIM TECHNOLOGY INC

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Video AIS Personal Emergency Transmitter can be easy fitted into your automatic lifejacket

Found on YouTube. Created by "Weatherdock AG".

Weatherdock demonstrates how easy the AIS MOB easyONE could be fittetd into your given automatic lifejacket and how the emergency transmitter is triggered automatically in case of emergency.

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Video ESAIL maritime microsatellite

Found on YouTube. Created by "European Space Agency, ESA".

Soon a Vega will launch from Kourou carrying a payload of several satellites. These will be delivered into orbit by a new multi-payload system developed by ESA. Among these small satellites, E-SAIL. This microsatellite is dedicated to supporting maritime traffic and making seafaring safer. It is part of ESA’s SAT-AIS programme, which aims is to increase the coverage of the Automatic Identification System for ships. This system is a short-range coastal tracking system currently used on ships that makes traffic safer but which has a limited range. With microsatellites from the SAT-AIS programme such as E-SAIL maritime shipping can be made safer across the oceans.

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Video AIS Track APL MEXICO CITY - Accident in Antwerp on 09.12.2019

Found on YouTube. Created by "Marine-Pilots". Recorded on 2019-12-09.

Video AIS Track by Nolan Dragon - www.MarineTraffic.com

What had happened:
Container ship APL MEXICO CITY broke off her mooring at Doel, Antwerp, in the afternoon Dec 9, drifted across harbor and contacted DP World pier crane. Crane collapsed and was totally destroyed. No injures reported.

Cause of the accident (according to the report from FEBIMA):
"The allision of the mv APL MEXICO CITY with a gantry crane at the Port of Antwerp on 9 December 2019 stemmed from exceptional meteorological conditions and the not availability of tugboats to assist the vessel in remaining alongside as requested by the Master, that have lead to the breaking of seven mooring hawsers on the foreship of the vessel.

Subsequently, in order to gain control over the vessel and prevent damages the main engine of the ship was put ahead. All mooring hawsers at the stern of the vessel broke. The vessel subsequently sailed/drifted onto the gantry crane at the opposite side of the Deurganckdok thereby destroying it. The falling jib of the crane damaged the ship’s hull and propeller, rendering the vessel no longer seaworthy. In the further drifting/sailing onto the river Scheldt, a buoy and dolphin were damaged/destroyed."

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Article Marine pilot Devan Pulliah (TNPA) reminisces on his journey

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As a navy veteran with seven years experience, mainly on strike craft, Devan Pulliah joined Transnet in 1997 to become a tug master in East London before being enrolled in Transnet National Ports Authority’s class of 1999 to help change the future of the maritime industry.

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