Article Colombo Dockyard delivers two pilot launches built for Sri Lanka Ports Authority
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 30 December 2019
Article Med Marine Delivers Two Med-16 Pilot Boats To Nigeria
published on 5 May 2021
Med Marine and IBK Ltd. signed a two-vessel contract for MED-P16 series last November for Nigerian Ports Authority’s operations in Lagos, Nigeria. A year after that, Nigerian Ports Authority takes the delivery of the two high- quality pilot boats. Both units have been despatched on a specialised transport vessel to Nigeria from Turkey.
Video Singapore’s First Hybrid Electric boat underway
published on 29 April 2021
15 mtr pilot boat classed under BV with the notation Electric Hybrid and Zero-Emission (“ZE”) mode. This notation provides operational and environmental benefits. It helps to ensure the systems operate safely and efficiently, as well as reduce fuel consumption, local air emissions and noise when in proximity to centers of population.
Article Colombo Dockyard Delivers The Third Pilot Launch Built for Sri Lanka Ports Authority
published on 24 February 2021
Article Handover of Kewatec Pilot 1630 to Gdańsk Pilot (Poland)
published on 15 November 2021
Opinion Piloting in a Pandemic – A Personal Perspective
by William Hargreaves - published on 25 March 2021
Article Report on P&I claims involving vessels under pilotage
published on 1 September 2021
Video Extraordinary job for Danpilot (DK) - Drone Flight
published on 24 September 2021
Video Being a Marine Pilot - Meet Neil Crysler, BC Coast Pilot
published on 4 July 2020
Meet Neil Crysler, a Licenced ship Pilot with the BC Coast Pilots, a company consisting of approximately 105 licensed marine pilots who work with the Pacific Pilotage Authority to keep the British Columbia Coast line safe and healthy. Neil takes pride in his fast paced life as a pilot. His work allows him to be on the water, getting large international tankers safely down our coast line. His work keeps him on his feet, sometimes sending him up the coast at a moment’s notice. Neil has found...