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Laurentian Pilotage Authority (Image Film)


published on 22 June 2022 8 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Pilotage APL". Recorded on 2017-02-17. Originally published on 2017-02-17.
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Video Look at Life - Saint Lawrence Seaway in Canada - 1960

published on 18 March 2021

The Saint Lawrence Seaway is a system of locks, canals, and channels in Canada and the United States that permits oceangoing vessels to travel from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes of North America, as far inland as Duluth, Minnesota, at the western end of Lake Superior.

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Video Pilot Boat Victoria BC (Canada)

published on 1 May 2022

The Pilot Boats captured in and around the waters of Victoria Canada c 2022 LSAC

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Video 24/7 pilot - Nederlands Loodswezen - Dutch maritime pilots

published on 4 July 2019

• The Dutch pilots offer a contribution to the safe and quick pilotage of ships to and from the Dutch ports and the Flemish ports on the Scheldt River. Each year, they assist about 100,000 ships. • Loodswezen aims to play a leading role by excelling in terms of service provision, training and education, efficiency, technology and customer satisfaction. • The highly-trained maritime pilots and other staff members work closely together to ensure safe and efficient operations in all...

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Video Setubal Pilot Station to Eco Oil Jetty

published on 6 October 2020

Ship receiving pilot at the pilot station and proceeding to jetty.

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Video ONE EAGLE ULCS coming in to Europoort

published on 1 October 2020

The 366 m long ultra large container ship ONE EAGLE entered Europoort at deep draft , backing into the Amazonehaven. She finally berthed to ECT DDE terminal, before partially discharging her cargo.

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Opinion Those irritating 20 %

by Ed Verbeek - published on 1 June 2021

Topic: Technical or human error?
Ed Verbeek already published this interesting article about the proportion of human to technical errors on LinkedIn last week.

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Article The Road Towards Autonomous Ship Handling with Tugs

by Captain Henk Hensen (Marine Consultant) - published on 5 November 2019

Currently, several means of transport are undergoing an accelerated development towards automation and automated movements. This development will also impact future ship handling with tugs. A glimpse into the future of tug boat operation.

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Video Taiwan’s first female maritime pilot|Taiwan News

published on 16 July 2024

As Taiwan’s first female maritime pilot, Huang Chao-ling battles wind and waves every day as she guides ships safely into port. Her profession is high-risk and ultra-specialized, requiring years of experience at sea. Huang’s remarkable career is featured in Episode 50 of "The Soul of the Craftsman," a video series produced by the General Association of Chinese Culture. As strong winds blow and the rope ladder sways, maritime pilot Huang Chao-ling clambers up the ship, so that she can guide...

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Article Gladding-Hearn Delivers Refitted Chesapeake Class Pilot Boat

published on 4 April 2023

The Tampa Bay pilot association has taken delivery of Tampa, a newly refitted Chesapeake Class pilot boat built by Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding in 2003, when the Mass., shipyard introduced the class of mid-size, high-speed launches.

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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.
Editor's note:
Other countries, other habits: especially when it comes to safety standards. Life jackets, for example, are not to be seen here.

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