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Ship Pilot Changing


published on 9 February 2021 50 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "MobiVid". Originally published on 2021-02-09.
Ship Pilot Changing | https://youtu.be/tNunUft6aOo

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Video Marine pilot by helicopter // A whale in rough weather // Berthing in Durban port

published on 25 October 2021

In this video we would like to share our experience while berthing in port Durban … weather was rough .. witnessed a whale enjoying in big waves .. a doctor came onboard for covid test … received pilot by helicopter and so on …
Hope you all would like the content…
Feel free to drop us a message
tdandu03@gmail.com

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Opinion Obviously fake and manipulated certificates of Pilot Ladders

published on 1 October 2020

On the first day of the "IMPA safety ladder campaign 2020", Joris Stuip, Vice President PTR Holland is rightly upset about obviously fake and manipulated certificates at Pilot Ladders. They are playing with the safety of the pilots.

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Video Humber Pilotage Area - Pilot Disembarkation

published on 13 January 2022

Humber Pilotage Area - Pilot Disembarkation
#shorts #short #shortsvideo #shortvideo #seafarer #seaman #ship #vessel #hull #humberriver #uk #unitedkingdom

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Article Dissertation: Reducing the subjective impact in maritime simulator assessment (2020)

published on 14 October 2021

"A performance assessment tool for maritime pilotage operations" - by Jørgen Ernstsen, Norway
When the ship is approaching or leaving a port, a local navigational expert, the pilot, is often provided for assisting the bridge team to safely and efficiently navigate the littoral waters.

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Video Look at Life - Icebreakers - Keeping Shipping Routes Open 1966, UK

published on 18 March 2021

Look at Life - Icebreakers - Keeping Shipping Routes Open from 1966
Another of the Look at Life Documentaries - Volume One - Transport - Breaking the Ice - from March 1966 - Taking a look at the Icebreakers responsible for keeping shipping routes open.

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Video Rough weather sea trials of ‘Port Láirge’ punching through breakers and offshore in F10

published on 3 November 2021

Here’s a cool little video of the rough weather sea trails of ‘Port Láirge’ The Port of Waterford’s new Interceptor 48 pilot boat ready to be delivered next week. We had two days of rough weather, a Force 8 with 3.5m seas putting up some surf breakers over the Daunt and a second day with winds reaching Force 10 offshore, with 55kts of wind and 5m swells, allowing us to properly test her capabilities ensuring she's fully fit for purpose for the pilots and crew. Doing so we captured some...

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Article Pilot Boat for the Pacific Pilotage Authority

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 8 January 2020

Ocean Pacific Marine of Vancouver Island BC have been awarded a contract to build and deliver a state of the art 19.9m Pilot Boat for the Pacific Pilotage Authority. The new craft will be all-aluminium construction and built to Lloyd’s Class in accordance with Transport Canada regulations. Designed by Camarc from their Scotland office, this vessel represents the latest in cutting edge pilot boat technology.

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Article EU project: MOSES (autoMated vessels and supply chain Optimisation for Sustainable short sEa Shipping)

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 20 July 2020

MOSES (autoMated vessels and supply chain Optimisation for Sustainable short sEa Shipping) aims to improve the SSS component of the container supply chain through a series of innovations including innovative vessels and optimisation of logistics operations:

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Video Greek navy HS Kallisto cut in half during collision with Maersk Launceston

published on 30 October 2020

Ex-RN minehunter (former HMS Berkeley) serving with Greek navy as HS Kallisto cut in half during collision with Maersk containership, Maersk Launceston, a Portuguese-flagged container ship.
Read more: https://channel16.dryadglobal.com/greek-navy-minehunting-vessel-sliced-in-two-by-container-shi

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