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Best of Safehaven Marines rough weather seakeeping trials 2009 2013 compilation


published on 7 March 2020 449 -

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Compilation video of the best rough weather sea trial moments from 2009-2013 by Safehaven Marine
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Opinion Sea Trials in Stroms at the Entrance to Cork Habour

by Safehaven Marine - published on 3 March 2020

The entrance to Cork Harbour situated on the South coast of Ireland can produce some pretty extreme sea states during the winter storm months. There are two main factors that influence the sea state at the entrance, the first being the ebbing tide, the second being shoaling waters over the Harbour Rock, this is situated at the entrance to the Harbour off Roches Point lighthouse, right in the middle between the Western and Eastern channel entrances.

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Article Cromarty Firth Port Authority (CFPA) is seeking for new pilot boats

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 17 April 2020

Cromarty Firth Port Authority (CFPA) is seeking a contractor to build and deliver a new pilot vessel as part of a major project to upgrade its fleet of vessels. The contract for the work is currently being put out to tender and interested parties are encouraged to apply before the deadline of 8 May, 17.00.

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Article ‘SANAAG’ A new Pilot boat for the Port of Berbera, Somaliland in Africa delivered by Safehaven Marine.

by Safehaven Marine - published on 20 April 2020

Safehaven Marine based in Ireland have just delivered a pilot vessel for operations at the Port of Berbera in
Somaliland, Africa. ‘Sanaag’ is one of Safehaven’s Interceptor 38 pilot vessels, at 11.9m LOA, a very capable design which proves economical to operate, yet capable of dealing with very rough seas and challenging boarding conditions when required.

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Video Pilot boat catches fire in Brazil

published on 17 January 2022

A pilot boat caught fire near the entrance of the Port of Recife, on Saturday morning (15 January). The fire would have started around 11h. In a note, the port authority explained that the two people who were in the pilot boat were rescued by another pilot boat "Serrambi".
The causes of the accident had not yet been identified, but would be investigated.

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Video Pilot Boat Irago No.6 - Kobe & Nagoya

published on 7 January 2022

Ship spotting at Kobe and Nagoya Japan featuring some cargo ships & boats (Port code: JPNGO & JPUKB). By the way, if you are new to this Channel, and if you like airplanes, ships & vehicles, please do consider hitting the LIKE & SUBSCRIBE button, as well as the bell button so you'll get notified once I upload similar videos. Enjoy the video. Salamat at Mabuhay! Ship spotting South Korea: https://youtu.be/C1ktzbWNMKM Ship spotting Singapore: https://youtu.be/H_ettPmU5fU Pilot Boat of New...

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Video Volvo Penta IPS Propulsion

published on 6 May 2021

Learn why the Virginia Pilot Association chooses to rely on Volvo Penta power.

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Article LYMAN-MORSE ANNOUNCES BALTIC WORKBOATS PARTNERSHIP

by Baltic Workboats AS - published on 15 December 2019

Since 1978 Lyman-Morse has built more than 110 vessels, ranging from aluminum workboats to high-end composite racing yachts and luxury power yachts. “Their experience with so many different building materials opens up a world of new possibilities for our vessels,” says Baltic Workboats’ CEO Margus Vanaselja.

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Article Webinar - Port & Pilot supplied ECDIS routes and passage plans

published on 29 January 2021

The Australasian Marine Pilots Institute is presenting a webinar via Zoom about ports providing ECDIS routes and passage plans to ships as part of the pre-arrival process.

It will take place on Thursday 11 February 2021 at 19:00 AEDT (08:00 UTC) and is free for AMPI/IMPA/UKMPA/NZMPA members. Non-members are also welcome to attend.

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Opinion A few words about pilot safety and Merry Christmas

by Frank Diegel - published on 23 December 2021

My personal impression is that a lot has changed in terms of safety in the last two years. Non-compliance with current legislation that directly affects the safety of pilots is now no longer tolerated by many stakeholders. Something is happening. And that is a good thing.

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