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PILOTAGE, contracts. The compensation given to a pilot for conducting a vessel in or out of port. Poth. Des Avaries, n. 147.
     2. Pilotage is a lien on the ship, when the contract has been made by the master or quasi master of the ship, or some other person lawfully authorized to make it; 1 Mason, R. 508; and the admiralty court has jurisdiction, when services have been performed at sea. Id.; 10 Wheat. 428; 6 Pet. 682; 10 Pet. 108; and see 1 Pet. Adm. Dec. 227.

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The option includes production of M-TADS/PNVS targeting and pilotage systems and spares for the Qatar Emiri Air Force's new fleet of AH-64E Apache attack helicopters.
The Journal's North East Business of the Year is now one of only three pilotage authorities in the UK to have attained the International Standard for Maritime Pilot Organisations (ISPO), and the twelfth organisation worldwide to be accredited.
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The three-year framework contract calls for a broad scope of services, including, among others, port planning and engineering, financial and economic modelling, traffic forecasting and tariff setting, training and logistic services, risk management, navigation and pilotage, port legislation, rules and regulation and port management services.
MHPA operates Britain's third largest port (Milford Haven) and offers pilotage and navigation services to the UK's leading energy hub as well as owning and operating Pembroke Port and Milford Docks.
This rig is the largest of its kind to be docked in Asry since its inception 35 years ago," Asry head of sea pilotage Captain Sami Al Doseri said.
The benefits for extra clean and extra safe ships include image improvement, charterers' preference, reduction on port dues, discounts on pilotage services and various trainings, reimbursement by a bank for a part of the certification costs.
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She was briefed by Deputy Conservator on marine buoys, pilotage and issues related to ships calling the port.
In 1882 the authority to provide and administer pilots passed from Trinity House to the Tees Pilotage Commission (TPC), a locally appointed committee.
Contact: Creutzer Mathurin, Directeur de la Cellule de Pilotage.
Second oldest is the Pilotage Service, formalised by Parliament by the Liverpool Pilotage Act of 1766 and having provided services to international shipping and the entire world long beforehand.