pilot vessel

pilot vessel

[′pī·lət ‚ves·əl]
(navigation)
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UK Coastguard's Humber Operation Centre requested the Tynemouth RNLI's inshore lifeboat, and the crew of the Port of Tyne Pilot vessel Collingwood also responded as they were in the area.
The sailing vessel De Wadden, in Canning Dry Dock, which I understand is not accessible to the public, or how about the pilot vessel, The Edmund Gardner, which again is in Canning Dry Dock and which is rarely open to the public?
Note that a pilot vessel in a group of vessels initializes the public verifiable outsourcing computation service by outsourcing the delegation computing function (and accompanied outsourced data set), as well as sending the generated public system information to the whole system and the generated evaluation key information about computing function (and accompanied data set) to the cloud.
The alarm was raised shortly after 3pm by a person on the shore as well as a port employee who was involved in the berthing of the 'Karla C', which was being escorted by a local pilot vessel to Battleship Wharf in the Port of Blyth.
PD Ports has welcomed a new PS1m pilot vessel to help navigate ships into busy Teesport.
That reputation has seen them win work as far afield as Australia with their skilled staff currently completing the third pilot vessel for the Sydney Ports Corporation as part of a PS3m deal and they are seeking a major contract in the Middle East.
Dew was waiting, went aboard with the pilot vessel and arrested Crippen and Ethel.
A pilot vessel from the Kolkata Port Trust ( KPT) apparently found that two containers onboard were without valid authorisation.
The Sydney Heritage Fleet's current major work-in progress is the restoration of the 1927 built steam driven buoy tender and relief pilot vessel John Oxley which is currently on the Sea Heritage Dock at the Heritage Dockyard, James Craig Road, Rozelle.
Guided by a small pilot vessel and a tugboat, it is expected to enter Shell's oil terminal later in the day to unload its oil.
A DRUNKEN skipper was fined pounds 4,000 yesterday for smashing his cargo boat into a pilot vessel.