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Two Way Traffic (The Texas Chicken). Explained by Capt. Lou Vest


published on 22 October 2020 2305 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Houston Maritime Education Center and Museum".
With ships as large as 175 feet wide and a channel a maximum of 500 feet wide, how to you safely pass? Former Houston ship channel pilot, Lou Vest, explains how ships fight against hydrodynamics to pass with such narrow margins.

https://houstonmaritime.org
Houston, USA

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James Sweeney USA
on 25 October 2020, 16:10 UTC

Interesting,I've been through the Straits of Malacca........
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Video How A Pilot Boards A Ship

published on 27 September 2020

Watch and learn how a pilot boards a container ship before entering port.
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Video Houston Pilotage with Oil Tanker

published on 30 March 2022

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Video Houston Pilots Ship Pilot Boat Galveston Passing The Battleship Texas

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Article Risk analysis of collision accidents during underway STS berthing maneuver through integrating fault tree analysis (FTA) into Bayesian network (BN)

by Capt. Mustafa Sökükcü and Cenk Sakar - published on 3 May 2023

This research paper could be useful tool for marine pilots as well during the risk analysis of STS manoeuvrings. In light of the findings of the research, STS manoeuvres may be effectively planned in order to improve overall safety and avoid the unexpected incidents. On the other hand, there is a dearth of literature on STS operation. As a result, this work has a significant input on the current literature.

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published on 30 September 2021

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Opinion 1000 stanchions around… Which ones are correct and which ones are killers?

by Arie Palmers - published on 6 December 2022

Stanchions therefore are an often-overlooked part of a pilot transfer arrangement and therefore I
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Article Furetank (Sweden) turns former office into advanced ship simulator training centre

published on 7 February 2023

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published on 2 February 2021

Манёвр судна с помощью двух буксиров, заходящего в речку частично крытой льдом.
Inbound vessel maneuver with two tugs assistance doing river passage partly covered by ice.
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