Article A contempt for pilot safety and total disregard for the contents of the SOLAS Convention.
by Captain Kevin Vallance MNI - published on 4 October 2019
Article Summer Edition of the BPC Pilotage Quarterly published
published on 15 August 2022
Video Former pilot tender "WULP" seen passing Maassluis
published on 1 July 2021
Article Williams Shipping welcomes new port-service vessel
published on 29 June 2022
Video ABB and Keppel O&M collaborate on autonomous tug with remote operation
published on 22 June 2021
ABB, together with Singaporean shipyard Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M), has successfully carried out South Asia’s first remote joystick control of a tugboat in the busy Port of Singapore.
The Port of Singapore, with more than 130,000 vessels calling annually, presents one of the most complex settings for autonomous harbor operations in the world. The trial marks a major milestone in validating the increased safety and efficiency of tug operations utilizing digital solutions already...
Video Delta Pioneer to sea Timelapse And Disembarkation
published on 2 September 2020
Video Ghana's first female Marine Pilot
published on 19 October 2022
Video Marine Pilot at work in the port of Hamburg
published on 17 April 2020
How do marine pilots work? Example: Bringing a bulkcarrier alongside to „Hansaport“ in Hamburg. Here the tugboats „Prompt“, „Resolute“ and „Bulldog“ are involved. The master has to rely on the pilot. One reason is, that he can‘t know how to deal with these tugs. A maneuver like this is only safe, when the pilot has a lot of practical experience. A master who is doing a maneuver like this only about once or twice a month and each time with tugs he doesn’t know in areas he hasn’t been to...