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Fully customized ship handling course

Fully customized 5 day course at Port RevelThis course offers an experience totally personalized according to the needs of the pilots. Trainees can build with their instructors their own internship to work on issues specific to their ports or types of ships.

Models used:

  • Voyager with pods (1000 ft cruise ship with two 14 MW pods and 12 MW bow thrusters) / Europe (255 000 DWT, loaded)
  • Otello (8 500 TEU container carrier)
  • Ben Franklin (125 000 m3 LNG Carrier with optional Schilling rudder) CPP
  • Q-Max (266 000 m3 LNG Carrier with twin screw & rudder)
  • Antifer (400 000 DWT, on heavy ballast): plus escort tug....

Objective: The course content will be prepared to your satisfaction once we know more about your needs.

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Level:

 

For: Pilotes / Captains

Requirements: Without experience on manned models

Duration: 5 days from Monday to Friday with an average of 6 hours of maneuver / day, over a period from the beginning of April to the end of October

Trainer: Experienced instructors with more than 20 years of experience and Tug captains when using tug

Program:

  • Use of various types of tankers (6 tankers ranging from 38,000 dwt up to 400,000 dwt with various loads and three types of rudder),
  • Work with escort tugs and/or pods and/or the CPP, use the PPU for transit,
  • Work with containers and / or LNG carriers,
  • Specific work on your local conditions: ice, wind, etc.
  • Turning , banks effects.

Testimony:
Capitaine Cartsen DOMKE, Buneslotsenkammer, GERMANY - (April 2018)
"Thank you for your arrangements of our request concerning the purpose of our users. You changed your planning immediately after the 1th day. We pelt very much accompanied during the maneuvers and could catch helpful hinks. All and all it was a good and useful simulation for us."