Video Navios Unite/A new girl in town
published on 14 March 2022
She was the talk of the town and now she is gone till the next time. The Navios Unite, as she is called, is 1,100' long and 140' wide. That is 8' longer than a Nimitz class aircraft carrier and 6' wider at the waterline. The ship is so wide, it requires two pilots to transit. While in the top 5, it isn't the largest ship of any type to ever transit the river, but it is the largest container ship to do so.
Video How port pilot sail out ship from the port? Grimaldi lines catania roro ship
published on 22 April 2022
Video Autonomous Ships | 10 Reasons why you WONT LOSE YOUR JOB | Life at Sea Series
published on 30 June 2021
Autonomous ships news are often mislead and misinformed, causing worries within the seafaring community while corporations continue to get what they want - publicity, headlines and $$ investments . Life at sea is already hard enough, don't let their exaggeration affect you! WIth a bit of research, all source point to the same conclusion. As Maersk Line's CEO points out - Unmanned Containerships? Not in My Lifetime. In this video I will break them down for you. Here is 10 reasons why...
Opinion Column: Keeping the Pilot safe (by Michael Grey)
by Baird Maritime - published on 21 January 2022
Video Disembarking Pilot (Port Said)
published on 7 June 2022
We have reached Port Said at the northern end of the Suez Canal. Could not have been a more enjoyable adventure. Thank you Suez Canal Authority for the two excellent pilots, specially Emad, and the support specially at Ismailia.
Other countries, other habits: especially when it comes to safety standards. Life jackets, for example, are not to be seen here.
Article Change in Brisbane: Poseidon Sea Pilots wins tender
published on 10 February 2021
Article Pilot Boat Review "Colne Leader" by BairdMaritime.com
by Baird Maritime - published on 10 May 2023
Video Great Lakes Sailing - Welland Canal HD time-lapse
published on 1 September 2020
The Welland Canal is a ship canal in Canada that runs 42 km (27.0 miles) from Port Colborne, Ontario on Lake Erie to Port Weller, Ontario on Lake Ontario. As part of the St. Lawrence Seaway, the canal allows ships to traverse the Niagara Escarpment and avoid Niagara Falls. FOR THE SPRINKLERS QUESTION HERE IS YOUR ANSWER: "Hogging is a term used when a vessel is bent up in the middle due to any number of factors. On the Great Lakes this happens to vessels in hot weather where the upper part...