Article HMM Algeciras - The world's largest Containervessel (24,000 TEU) today
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 29 April 2020
Article Is the 26,000 TEU container vessel coming now?
by Frank Diegel - published on 12 January 2020
The last month Jan Tiedemann from Alphaliner (BRS) in Hamburg has reported, that DNV GL has awarded Hudong Zhonghua Shipbuilding (group) Co., Ltd. an approval in principle for the design of an LNG-powered 25,000 TEU container vessel. Based upon the reported vessel dimensions, he reckons that the ship could actually have a capacity closer to 26,000 TEU.
Opinion AIMPA - The need and it´s Ideals
by Capt. Gajanan Karanjikar - Founder President - AIMPA - published on 12 February 2021
Article MAN Engines captures UK pilot boat market
published on 21 May 2021
Article The Master, Mate & Pilot Magazine - Spring 2022 Edition - is online
published on 12 April 2022
Article IcePad, Smart download and view satellite images of sea-ice
by Drift + Noise GmbH - published on 26 July 2019
Video Live test: Backpack & Lifejacket?
published on 30 September 2021
Article The use of helmets... or “Why Do Pilots Not Wear Helmets?”
by Marine Pilot Luis Vale, Portugal - published on 20 August 2019
Video US Barracuda SV125 rough weather sea trials.
published on 13 May 2021
Here’s a cool little video of the 12.5m Barracuda SV we have just launched out on her rough weather sea trials recently, with some great Arial drone footage of her going through some fairly big breaking seas offshore.
Built for ‘Future Defence’ in the USA she is designed for search & rescue and coastal patrol duties. She is fully self-righting, able to recover if capsized by a large breaking sea and capable of all-weather operations. Powered by a pair of Caterpillar C8.7 650hp engines, ZF...