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Ver; 2017-04-28

 


 Pampus canal:                                             

Max size of vessel (m)  

  Wind  

  Sight

220 x 33 - 260 x 33

In mean wind speeds between 7-10 m/s, the Maritime Administration will make an assessment of the relevant vessel's possibilities to safely maneuver and navigate in port and fairway.  This assessment is based on whether the vessel is familiar with the pilot area from earlier, the wind direction, whether it is day or night, and other factors affecting the vessel's performance. The evaluation will be made as early as possible, but since factors can change quickly, decisions may be made during piloting.
The Maritime Administration will not commence piloting assignments in mean wind speeds exceeding 10 m/s.

  > 2 NM 

185 x 33 - 220 x 33

In mean wind speeds between 10-13 m/s, the Maritime Administration will make an assessment of the relevant vessel's possibilities to safely maneuver and navigate in port and fairway.  This assessment is based on whether the vessel is familiar with the pilot area from earlier, the wind direction, whether it is day or night, and other factors affecting the vessel's performance. The evaluation will be made as early as possible, but since factors can change quickly, decisions may be made during piloting.
The Maritime Administration will not commence piloting assignments in mean wind speeds exceeding 13 m/s.

  > 2 NM 

   < 185

The Maritime Administration will make an assessment of the relevant vessel's possibilities to safely maneuver and navigate in port and fairway.  This assessment is based on whether the vessel is familiar with the pilot area from earlier, the wind direction, whether it is day or night, and other factors affecting the vessel's performance. The evaluation will be made as early as possible, but since factors can change quickly, decisions may be made during piloting.

Acceptable sight according to judgement done by ships master and pilot.

 

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