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Danpilot's Professional Footprint Guide, Part 6


Year: 2020
Language: english
Author: DanPilot
Genre: Guide
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 62
Description: Danish waters can be tricky to navigate, and are subject to intense traffic, crossing ferries, low and variable draughts and strong currents. This is why the IMO officially recommends making use of a Pilot when navigating through Great Belt for any vessel with a draft of 11.0 m or more, or through Sound for tankers with a draft of 7.0 m or more. Fortunately, many vessels make use of a Pilot even with less draft than the IMO Recommendation, in order to ensure themselves and their cargo a safe and smooth transit through the Danish waters.When boarding, the Pilot will bring along a “PPU” – Portable Pilot Unit – which is a state-of-the-art navigation solution, ensuring that your vessel will navigate through the optimal routing during transit. All our pilotages (more than 20.000 per year) are stored, and the data is used for further education of our Pilots and optimization of the routings through Danish waters.

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