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M/V Santa Loretta Precision Tug Maneuver (AHDPA)


published on 25 June 2020 832 -

Found on YouTube. Special thanks to John Redman and the "American Harbor And Docking Pilots Association".
Jacksonville FL - June 2020 4K

USA, Florida, Jacksonville

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JOHN REDMAN American Harbor And Docking Pilots Association, USA
on 26 June 2020, 19:17 UTC

The Turning Basin is 1,500 Feet Wide or 457M with no ship at the berth. The ship at the berth has Beam of 43M. The M/V Santa Loretta in LOA 337M.
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Simon Hadar Israel
on 26 June 2020, 13:54 UTC

What is the turning circle size ?
What is the LOA ?
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Ricardo Izquierdo Anpra Colombia, Colombia
on 25 June 2020, 13:35 UTC

Excellent control, it is very important to have appropriate tugboats, I recommended for this maneuvering use ASD tugboats. We are doing the same operations at Cartagena de Indias Port, Colombia, with 366 LOA container ships and less.
Capt. Ricardo Izquierdo G.
Master Pilot Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.
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