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Pilot Embarkation: Unusual Manoeuvre


published on 25 March 2024 3137 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Ship's Pilot". Originally published on 2024-03-21.
Editor's note:
What do you think about this unusual manoeuvre here?

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Mr Evgeny Zhuravlev Rosmorport Federal State Unitary Enterprise, Russia
on 28 April 2024, 09:06 UTC

Of course vessel should be big enough. No less than 200 m LOA
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Mr Evgeny Zhuravlev Rosmorport Federal State Unitary Enterprise, Russia
on 28 April 2024, 09:04 UTC

No swell. Correct. But that is best safety in sea waves when vessel underway and able make a good lee for the pilot boat.
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peter sng Singapore
on 1 April 2024, 09:56 UTC

You can board in this manner only when the ship is at anchor and the sea is calm without any swell.
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Mr Evgeny Zhuravlev Rosmorport Federal State Unitary Enterprise, Russia
on 27 March 2024, 17:11 UTC

That is ok. Last 15 years we are already using this way in port of Primorsk (Russia).
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