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Webcam NYC Brooklyn Bridge & Manhattan


published on 28 October 2020 63 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "St. George Tower".
Live stream of NYC, Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge from the top of the St. George Tower in Brooklyn, NY. Check out our Lower Manhattan stream on our channel page! https://www.youtube.com/c/StGeorgeTower
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Article Webcams around the world

by Justin Arndt - Marine-Pilots.com - published on 31 October 2020

A selection of webcams from all over the world are now available at Marine-Pilots.com

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Video Aboard One of the Biggest Container Ships in the World | The New York Times

published on 4 July 2019

In the chess match that has global powers looking for new ways to move goods around the world, the Mary Maersk and nine other sister ships are the biggest pieces.
Produced by: Erik Olsen
Read the story here: http://nyti.ms/1rIt2Sf

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Video 24/7 Live Webcam - Kiel Canal at Kiel Lock in Germany | Nord-Ostsee-Kanal Schleuse Kiel

published on 29 August 2020

Webcam Schleuse Kiel-Holtenau | Webcam Lock Kiel-Holtenau
Pilotage Service in this Area by:

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Video Haulover inlet boat Pilot and Jack XSV20 Ride in Storm*/haulover vs Boat

published on 12 August 2020

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Article Pilot ladders - bits and pieces and a bit of testing

by Capt. Troy Evans - published on 14 October 2020

The following article appeared in AIMPA magazine number 2 about the strength and testing of pilot ladders : There is much more information about pilot ladders in the AIMPA magazine, second issue, if you wish to read more you can download a copy at the bottom of this post.

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Opinion Five questions to Mamdouh Albaiji, Senior Harbor Pilot at Ras Tanura at Aramco

published on 23 December 2020

In our new section "five questions to..." we would like to introduce pilots and other market players to our readers in short interviews.

Today we have talked to  Mamdouh Albaiji, Senior Harbor Pilot at "Ras Tanura at Aramco“

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Opinion Another story of “Strange things happen at Sea” by Alex Lang

published on 13 September 2021

Text and photos by Alex Lang, retired pilot, pilot for 28 years in New Zealand and Australia.

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Article New Zealand: Pilot Training requirements were reviewed afer accident

published on 16 October 2021

Pilot Training requirements were reviewed afer the ship hit the seabed amd tugs damaged in Bluff Harbor.
South Port in Bluff has accepted the Transport Accident Investigation Commission's recommendation and reviewed its systems.

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