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Pilot boarding On board a merchant navy ship rough weather


published on 30 April 2021 71 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Merchant Mariner". Originally published on 2021-04-29.
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Video Pilot Boarding at Sea near San Francisco

published on 26 May 2020

Found on YouTiube. Created by "David McCloy".

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Video Dangerous disembarking. Very unprofessional actions.

published on 28 July 2021

These are images that no one wants to see. How can people take such a risk and behave so unprofessionally? Purely a matter of luck whether you come home again in the evening!

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Video Harbor Pilot Boarding Disney Fantasy in 40 Kts of wind on what was the best lee side to be had

published on 19 September 2019

Harbor Pilot boarding Disney Fantasy in Port Canaveral in 40 Kts of wind during Hurricane Sandy, Fall, 2012.

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Video New Pilot Boat for Finnpilot Pilotage: "Bon Voyage PILOT L247"

published on 8 October 2020

Saying goodbye to our new built vessels are never easy. This pilot boat is the 16th delivered to Finnpilot Pilotage by Kewatec AluBoat.

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Video German Pilot Tender Döse

published on 15 September 2021

#maritime #pilot #ship

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Video Sail training ship "Amerigo Vespucci" operated by the Livorno Pilots

published on 5 July 2020

On Monday 29th June the school ship Amerigo Vespucci left the port of Livorno for the education campaign of the official students of the Naval Academy.
To assist the school ship also the Pilots of the Port of Livorno with the com.te Marino Biancotti.

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Video GENOA - The new Pilot boat operating in Singapore bay

published on 2 September 2020

Timothy Cosulich introduces to us the new pilot boat that will operate in the Singapore Bay, owned and operated by Fratelli Cosulich.

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Article 3DPortGuard Docking Aid

published on 24 August 2021

Australian technology provider Frontier Automation has released a new vessel tracking system that can be used as a docking aid tool by pilots. As for all Frontier Automation control systems, it uses 3D machine vision to automatically detect and track in real time shipping vessels within range of a berth by providing information on critical distances to mooring infrastructure, on vessel speed and angle, and on vessel movement directions and orientations.

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