Video Norway’s $325 Million Ship Tunnel Gets Go Ahead
Video CBNC: Egypt's Suez Canal could take weeks to clear
The massive container ship that ran aground in the Suez Canal, halting traffic in one of the world's busiest waterways, is still stuck. The ship, called the Ever Given, became horizontally wedged in the waterway following heavy winds. Nearly 19,000 ships passed through the canal during 2020, for an average of 51.5 per day, according to the Suez Canal Authority.
Video On the frontline: working at sea amid the COVID-19 crisis
When the world locked down, Australia’s marine pilots continued bringing ships safely into the nation’s ports to deliver the goods we depend on. Around 6,000 ships visit the ports of NSW each year and meeting them at sea to help them navigate into our ports and harbours are Port Authority’s marine pilots and cutter vessel crews. ••• Port Authority of New South Wales manages the navigation, security and operational safety needs of commercial shipping in Sydney Harbour, Port Botany,...
Opinion New article by The Standard Club: "Remote pilotage - perspective and risks to consider"
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 8 June 2020
Article Accident and injury while disembarking in bad weather
by Frank Diegel - published on 22 August 2020
Article Harbour Master Naresh Sewnath navigates his way to success
published on 13 October 2020
Article GPS interference and jamming on the increase
published on 2 October 2020
Article 18 new job vacancies for Pilots' and Harbour Masters in October 2020
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 6 October 2020
Article "SAFE Passage" Journal by Australasian Marine Pilots Institute
by Frank Diegel - published on 10 March 2021
Video Port of Rotterdam: Loodswezen (Netherland Pilots)
#Portheroes #Opencall The port of Rotterdam is and will remain operational. Thanks to you. Thanks to our #Portheroes. We’re proud to show how, thanks to the boundless commitment of local company staff, our port can remain up and running. In this first instalment of the #Portheroes series, we show how Rotterdam’s pilots are working hard to keep everything ‘business as usual’ in the port. An open call: interested in contributing to one of our videos? Please contact us via...