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Ship handling - Scenario 01: Berthing port side alongside in calm conditions


published on 13 October 2020 36

Found on YouTube. Created by "Sendo".
Maneuvering simulation in scenario of berthing port side to a quay without current, wind, wave. This scenario utilizes the characteristics of the right-handed propeller for docking a ship. With a right-handed propeller, when reversing engines, the effects of transversal force will swing the ship stern to the port side.
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