About this course
The time that a pilot spends onboard a vessel is usually at the most critical phases of a voyage (ie, the start and the finish). During these periods the opportunities for events to be clouded with hyperactivity, excessive communication, close-quarter traffic and berthing encounters are all too plentiful.
This course helps to combat these issues through the practice and sharing of experiences and techniques. An examination of current methodology for transits, anchor manoeuvres, berthings and unberthings on the full mission simulator, in varying conditions of tide, wind and visibility, is designed to provide pilots with opportunities to practice their art in a challenging, though realistic environment.
This can be done through the use of 'in area' pilotage embarkation points, utilising existing geographical data-bases or, should the client wish, new databases can be developed as part of the course.
How to book
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Friday 08.30 - 16.30
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