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ENTRE TERRE ET MER - Le pilotage maritime


published on 7 June 2021 303 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "CALEDONIA". Recorded on 2021-06-05. Originally published on 2021-06-07.
La Nouvelle-Calédonie, notamment la Grande Terre, a la particularité d'être complètement entourée par un lagon, seules quelques passes rendent son accès possible aux navires venant de l'étranger. La navigation maritime y est délicate car une bonne connaissance de la topologie des fonds sous-marins est indispensable. Tous les bateaux de commerces de plus de 60 m voulant accoster en Nouvelle-Calédonie doivent impérativement faire appel aux services des pilotes maritimes de Nouvelle-Calédonie, qui pilotent eux-mêmes les portes-containers, les minéraliers et les bateaux de croisières, depuis les passes autorisées jusqu'à leur port d'accostage à leur arrivée, et dans le sens contraire à leur départ. Ainsi la sécurité et la protection de notre lagon contre les accidents maritimes est garantie. Entre Terre et Mer les suit dans leurs missions essentielles à la vie économique du pays.
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