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PILOT BOAT in Japan


published on 6 November 2020 33 -

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Video Pilot Boat Hayasui

published on 3 October 2020

#4K、#PILOTBOATHAYASUI

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Video Pilot Boat in Japan, 滑走するt【4K撮影】ひめしま

published on 11 November 2020

#4K、#船、#SHIP、#SEA、#海、#冬の海、#JAPAN、#内航船、#外航船、#船員さんのお仕事、#海技士、#航海士、#PILOTBOAT、#ひめしま、#滑走

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Video Pilot Vessel BAYPILOT1 12 2020

published on 31 December 2020

Gross Tonnage:?
Flag:Japan
Home Port:Sumoto
Boat to pick up and drop off pilots

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Video IRAGO 6 PILOT BOAT (Japan)

published on 15 March 2022

IMO: - Name: IRAGO 6 PILOT BOAT Vessel Type - Generic: Pilot Vessel Vessel Type - Detailed: Pilot Vessel Status: Active MMSI: 431006513 Call Sign: - Flag: Japan [JP] Gross Tonnage: - Summer DWT: - Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 20 x 4 m Year Built: - Home Port: - https://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/details/ships/shipid:3504653/mmsi:431006513/imo:0/vessel:IRAGO_6_PILOT_BOAT

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Article Safehaven: New Pilot Boat to Williams Shipping (UK)

published on 19 May 2022

Safehaven Marine of Ireland will soon deliver a new pilot boat to Williams Shipping based in Southampton, UK.

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Video Pilotage in bad weather Cork Harbour February 2021

by Safehaven Marine - published on 16 February 2021

Here’s some cool video footage we captured of the Cork Pilots in their Interceptor 48 pilot boat ‘Failte’ undertaking pilot transfers off Cork Harbour during the recent days of strong SE gales. Roches Point lighthouse recorded 50kts of wind on the 13th as the Cosco bulk carrier passed and the Cork wave buoy 2nm off the harbour entrance recorded waves to 6.7m at the time. The pilot boat coxwain managed to get alongside and safely disembark the pilot despite the challenging sea state....

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Video Video Maritime Partner

published on 14 January 2022

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Article Fewer ships and less pilotage: Kiel Canal suffers from corona crisis like many other waterways

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 26 May 2020

In April, 25 percent fewer ships on the German Kiel Canal (NOK) - and things could get even worse. It seems that the exemplary situation at the NOK certainly affects many other channels in the world in a similar way.

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