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Pilot boat of Berbera


published on 3 February 2024 203 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Mukhtar Harir ( Taariikh Berbera )". Originally published on 2024-01-27.
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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.
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Video History: Pilot boats in New York harbor

published on 29 August 2020

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published on 5 December 2019

On December 1st 2019 Dublin Port received a delivery of a new Pilot Boat - DPC Tolka.
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Article The fleet of the Azovo-Chernomorsky Basin Branch was replenished with the pilot boat Mechta

published on 1 November 2021

Azovo-Chernomorsky Basin Branch of FSUE "Rosmorport" purchased pilot boat Mechta.

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Video Pilot cutter transfer journey in force six winds

published on 27 April 2020

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Article Results online survey into the securing methods of pilot ladders

by Herman Broers - published on 5 March 2021

It has been shown that a majority (51%) of pilot ladders is secured by means of D-shackles, when secured at intermediate length. Previous research (Evans, 2020) has proven that this method has only about 50% of the strength of the pilot ladder when secured at full length (“double ended ladder”), or by means of the “endless-sling” method.

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Opinion A Corrected Version on Positioning of Pivot Point

by Capt. Santosha K. Nayak - published on 18 November 2020

Understanding the fundamentals of the pivot point is highly required for understanding the alteration of the courses. Pivot point is an imaginary point on the vessel which turns on a circular path on the perimeter of vessel’s turning circle when the vessel makes a turn. The knowledge about the position of the pivot point in a manoeuvring situation provides the ship handler with the information on the geometry of motion of the ship.

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Video AIS track of MILANO BRIDGE on 6 April 2020 (Busan port)

published on 8 April 2020

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Video Pilot Boat - Departure from Adelaide, Australia

published on 6 April 2021

Лоцманский катер, выход из Аделаиды, Австралия

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