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by Frank Diegel - published on 10 March 2022
Video Pilot boat "PV Server " in rough weatherat Sydney, Australia
published on 27 June 2021
Video Australian Capital Territory Section Technical Meeting
published on 14 January 2022
Video Cadet Doyle boarding his ship from the pilot boat
published on 19 January 2022
Video Pilot onboard channeling. Departure in Port Klang Mlaysia. #timelapse
published on 13 November 2020
Article Annual Digest 2020 published by CHIRP Maritime
published on 31 March 2021
Article First autonomous cargo ship faces 236-mile test in February
published on 1 September 2021
In just two decades from now, half of all domestic ships plying Japan’s coastal waters may be piloting themselves. That’s the ambitious goal of the Nippon Foundation, a public-interest organization backing the country’s development of ocean-traversing autonomous ships. It aims to see crewless ships make up 50% of Japan’s local fleet by 2040.
Video Lisbon pilot disembarking from Adonia in rough seas (2014)
published on 11 September 2021
Video Tanker contacted embankment in Hamburg, seriously damaged
published on 7 December 2020
Product tanker NORTHSEA RATIONAL in load contacted embankment in Neumuelen, Hamburg, in the morning Nov 25, while maneuvering to berth, according to FleetMon.
It stated: “Tanker sustained serious damages to starboard bow, cause of accident yet unknown.
“She was berthed after accident, and as of evening Nov 25, remained, berthed. There was no hull breach in cargo tanks area, no cargo loss reported.”