Article Can you trust your GNSS data?
published on 23 November 2022
This important topic is still underestimated in shipping! Can you trust your GPS? Your Galileo? Knowing where the ship is and where to sail next is the main task of navigating a ship and is commonly supported by using Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). But what happens if the GNSS gets intentionally disturbed?
Video Radio communication, reporting and embarkation of pilot onboard cargo ship
published on 15 September 2021
Video IMPA receives the 2022 SAFETY4SEA Initiative Award
by SAFETY4SEA - published on 20 October 2022
International Maritime Pilots' Association (IMPA) received the 2022 SAFETY4SEA Initiative Award for conducting annually its ‘Pilot Ladder Safety Campaign’ with the objective of reporting pilots’ experiences of ladders and boarding equipment to the IMO and the wider shipping community. Other distinguished short-listed nominees of this category were: Inmarsat, International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA), Safetytech Accelerator and Seafarers Hospital Society. We are honored to be...
Video Short mooring at p.Sunila berth 1 rain, ice and wind. at berth 2 m/v Seeland also our company vessel
published on 26 January 2022
Video Cateamaran boat approaches for pilot boarding
published on 1 April 2022
Article Saab to supply Gladstone Marine Pilots with an advanced Marine Pilot Dispatch Management System (PDMS)
published on 23 July 2021
Video BEGINI PILOT BOAT PANDU KAPAL BESAR DI PELABUHAN TANJUNG PRIOK
published on 10 January 2022
Video Elizabeth Marami is the first female marine pilot in East Africa
published on 16 September 2020
Kenyans will on Tuesday celebrate the 6th Mashujaa Day to honour the sacrifices and achievements of various individuals in contributing to the welfare of society and the nation at large. In our continuing series of K24 Mashujaa we spotlight a middle aged woman in Mombasa who has beaten all odds to become East Africa's only female marine pilot. Mercy Milanoi spent the day with Elizabeth Marami in the high seas and tells us how she is scaling the heights in a male dominated field.