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Launching the “Aldebaran”- a 37’ NAIAD Pilot Boat by BRIX Marine


published on 8 January 2024 471 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "BRIX Marine". Originally published on 2023-12-06.
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Video 37' RHIB Pilot Boat "The Aldebaran" by BRIX Marine | World's Best RHIB Pilot Boat | NAIAD

published on 16 April 2024

Awarded World’s Best RHIB Pilot Boat of 2023, BRIX Marine's 37' NAIAD Pilot is purpose-built with cutting-edge design, advanced technology, and unparalleled performance to excel in its mission as a pilot boat.
With a length of 37 feet and powered by twin 300HP @YamahaOutboards01, the Aldebaran prioritizes practicality and performance. The aluminum hull, D-shaped foam, and polyurea membrane ensure durability, while the cabin provides comfort with insulated walls and shock-mitigating...

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Article Hamburg orders new 18m Pilot Boat from Baltic Workboats

published on 16 February 2024

Baltic Workboats AS in Estonia was awarded the contract to build the approximately 18 metre long vessel, which will be named "Hamburg Pilot 1", following a Europe-wide tender.

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Video Offshore Pilot Transfer

published on 22 April 2021

Raw footage of a an offshore Pilot transfer.
More pictures and an occasional video can be found at
https://instagram.com/sea_weathered?igshid=3qbu808ioyqf

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Video Lynx pilot boat

published on 16 July 2020

16mt HSLC CLASS ALUMINIUM PILOT BOAT engineered & build by LYNX.

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Video New Pilot Boat "Mantaray" for Port of Townsville, 10 March 2021

published on 15 March 2021

The Port of Townsville has welcomed the newest addition to its fleet of pilot boats with the arrival of the newly built Mantaray. The $3.3 million, custom-built vessel utilises high-tech equipment and design to maximise safety and efficiency for pilot transfers.

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Video How Harbor Pilots Dock Massive Cargo Ships (Full Process)

published on 6 May 2024

In this video we follow along with Capt. Dane of the Palm Beach Harbor Pilots Association on a windy Saturday morning as he brings in a massive bulk carrier cargo ship into the Port of Palm Beach. This vessel which has a draft of 27 ft, and a beam of 99 ft is the maximum allowable size vessel allowed to transit into the port due to the shoaling going on that forces all vessel to have a maximum operating draft of 29 ft. No room for error. Also featured in this video is a regular cargo vessel...

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Article Shiphandling at shipyards, never a dull moment...

by Marine Pilot Luis Vale, Portugal - published on 20 September 2019

Drydocking or undocking is always a difficult task, particularly with a “dead” vessel (no power/propulsion) and the wind blowing on the ship's side.

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