Article Tramarsa Flota is now PSA Marine Peru
published on 26 August 2020
Article Singapore to introduce real-time tanker cargo tracking
published on 3 May 2021
Opinion AIMPA Journal Issue III - October 2020 for download here
by AIMPA - All India Marine Pilots' Association - published on 24 October 2020
Opinion A report on AIMPA’s Webinar on “Reconceptualising Indian Maritime Pilotage”
published on 6 November 2020
Video Cargo ship ONE Apus loses more than 1,800 containers in Pacific storm
The Japanese-flagged container ship ONE Apus has lost 1,816 cargo carriers after it was caught up in a violent storm in the Pacific on November 30, 2020. The vessel arrived December 8 in the Japanese port of Kobe, where shipowners and managers said a full safety inspection would be carried out. The incident is described as the second biggest cargo loss in shipping history.
Article Atlantic Pilotage Authority Annual Report 2020
by Atlantic Pilotage Authority - published on 12 May 2021
The Atlantic Pilotage Authority has released its Annual Report 2020.
The Pilotage Act has defined the Atlantic Pilotage Authority’s area of operation as all the Canadian waters in and around the provinces of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland and Labrador, as indicated on the map. Within this region, the Authority has designated 17 compulsory pilotage areas.
Article Ship enters closed gate of the Holtenau lock in Kiel Canal
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 29 August 2020
Article Colombo Dockyard Delivers The Third Pilot Launch Built for Sri Lanka Ports Authority
published on 24 February 2021
Video Maritime Pilots' Institute
The Maritime Pilots Institute is the premier training facility for River Pilots employing a mix of virtual and real world facilities. Located in Covington Louisiana, we are 45 minutes from downtown New Orleans while offering the safety and amenities of small town life.
The training presents a balance between simulated locations with a variety of environmental conditions and manned scale models of cargo ships in a series of lakes with docking and currents and live factors such as wind and...