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A P&I perspective on incidents during pilot passage


published on 18 February 2022 172 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Seatrade Maritime News". Originally published on 2022-02-18.
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Howard Bryant United Kingdom
on 20 February 2022, 14:18 UTC

The speaker has little apparent knowledge of the practicalities of pilotage. Improvements are necessary but without the assistance of management , ship owners and pilotage authorities, it is unlikely they can be implemented. Pilots are often working through the night sometimes on duty for 24 hours should he not be talking about fatigue on the bridge?
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