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How to berth a vessel Port side to using a right haded prop.
The Greenergy Operations team handles hundreds of ships per year, moving petrol, diesel and biofuel products from around the world to meet customer demand in the UK.
Southampton container port has welcomed it's biggest visitor to date. At 400 metres long and almost 60 metres wide, M.O.L. Triumph can carry the equivalent of 20,170 twenty foot containers. Laid end to end they would be 76 miles long. She was named in a ceremony in China in March. She has visited 8 ports in the far east, Southampton is her first port of call in Europe on her maiden voyage. But bringing a ship of this size into port is no mean feat. As BBC Radio Solent's Neil Sackley found out when he joined the pilots from ABP Southampton on board. Audio first broadcast on BBC Radio Solent, 11 May 2017
The World's Largest Container Ship the OOCL Hong Kong makes her debut in Europe in style. Not only is she the world's largest, its a ground breaking day as she is the 1st offical OOCL ship to visit the Port of Felixstowe in decades. The OOCL Hong Kong is the 1st ship to pass the 21000 container mark. Incredibly she can hold 21413TEU. She is the first of 6 mega ships to be built at a cost of US $950 million which makes her staggering US $158 million. As the light began to fade on the longest day of the year the summer solstice. In the North Sea around 12 miles out 2 pilots, Ian Love and Prithvi Partap Singh had the privilage of bringing the OOCL Hong Kong in to Felixstowe. Once onboard Mr Love confirms they are inbound with a maximum draft of 15.6 metres from Singapore. Requested by Feli...
Single-engined, inboard/outdrive boats are acknowledged to be the most difficult type of boat to dock in reverse, stern-first, in a marina berth. Here are a few ideas which might make it less of a challenge. We use the low-speed "steer - then gear" method, plus a piece of ribbon, a non-electronic Rulan helm indicator and a simple length of rope. ..........Oh yes, and we take our time. No boat was harmed in the making of this video.
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Early this morning saw the arrival of five cruise ships, Navigator of the Seas, Aurora, Seven Seas Voyager, Aidaprima and Astoria. First to arrive was Navigator of the Seas from Stavanger and the berth time was 04:58am at City Cruise Terminal. Second to arrive was the Aurora from Zeebrugge and the berth time was 06:53am at the Mayflower Cruise Terminal. The third in line to arrive was the Seven Seas Voyager from Bordeaux and berth time was 06:28am at the QEll Cruise Terminal. The fourth ship to arrive was the Aidaprima from Hamburg and berth time was 08:30am at 102 berth after reversing all the way to her berth from Ocean dock swinging ground in front of Town Quay from where this video was shot from. And finally the last to arrive from Zeebrugge at 09:14am at the Ocean ...
The Biggest PORT in the World 2016 - Shanghai port Yangshan Deep Water Port Yangshan Port (Chinese: 洋山港, p Yángshān Gǎng), formally the Yangshan Deep-Water Port (洋山深水港, p Yángshān Shēnshuǐ Gǎng), is a deep water port for container ships in Hangzhou Bay south of Shanghai. Connected to Shanghai's Pudong New Area by the Donghai Bridge and forming part of the Port of Shanghai, the islands of Greater and Lesser Yangshan are administered separately as part of Zhejiang's Shengsi County. Built to allow the Port of Shanghai to grow despite shallow waters near the shore, it allows berths with depths of up to 15 metres (49 ft) to be built, and can handle today's largest container ships. The port is built on the islands of Greater and Lesser Yangshan, part of the Zhoushan archipelago, with fill from l...
Port Castries is now ready for Mega Cruise ships History has been made here with St. Lucia hosting the largest cruise ship ever to sail into Port Castries. The Anthem of the Seas and its over 4000 passengers were given a celebratory welcome. The ship berthed at a just completed multi-million dollar port extension at Pointe Seraphine.
Construction of the latest expansion at the UK's premier port.
Mary Maersk arriving at the Port of Felixstowe, and berthing at berth 8 on the newly extended berth 8 & 9 complex - astern of UASC Al Murabba on berth 9. Al Murraba sailed shortly after Mary Maersk arrived, and Mary moved to berth 9.
It was yet another milestone achieved by Essar Ports, when MV Kiran, a 175,000 ton DWT vessel, the largest dry bulk vessel in the Indian Fleet, berthed at Essar Bulk Terminal, Hazira to discharge iron ore pellets. The vessel, owned by Essar Shipping, has a length overall of 281m and beam of 45m, making it the largest ship the terminal has handled till date. The handling of a ship of this size highlights the capability of Essar Bulk Terminal Hazira, to handle the largest of bulk carriers. It also highlights the operational efficiency of the terminal, and the capability of the operating team.