Disembarking of Danpilot at Skagen V73
published on 15 June 2020 - 435
Enjoy the tour from Bridge to Pilot ladder, disembarking of Danpilot.
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Article DanPilots incorporate Pilotladdersafety in E-Learning programme
by Frank Diegel, CEO & Founder Marine-Pilots.com - published on 14 September 2020
Video Pilot Boat - Carnival Cruise at Port Canaveral
This is a video of the cruise ship pilot boat that picks up the pilot once he has navigated the ship out of the port. This is a requirement of all cruise ships coming into and leaving out of ports. We also noticed them at the Bahamas. I was able to capture this one on my last cruise leaving out of Port Canaveral... watch as the pilot jumps from the cruise ship to the pilot boat while both are moving! :)
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.
Opinion Why do we see so many unapproved and low-quality pilot ladders?
by Frank Diegel, CEO & Founder Marine-Pilots.com - published on 4 September 2020
Video The life of a Deep Sea Pilot by Roger Francis
Found on YouTube. Created by "Blagdon Local History Society".
The fascinating tale told by Roger Francis about his life at sea and ultimately as a Deep Sea Pilot. The explanation in detail of the terrific responsibilities comes with tales of daring-do, near misses and other peoples' disasters. Roger's personal tale takes him from kiddy to cadet and from 3rd Mate to Master before he became a Deep Sea Pilot guiding shipping on the busiest shipping thoroughfare in the world - the Dover Straits. On top of this, there is love interest and action in war zones. Also how to navigate a 25knot Hovercraft Ferry in a complete blanket of fog to reach the exact landing spot within two three yards more than 25miles away. Could this be a career for you?