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CHIRP Maritime has been awarded the prestigious LRF “Team of the Year 2018” at Lloyd’s Register Foundation in London on 9th May 2018.
Former CHIRP Maritime Director John Rose accepted the award on our behalf, a fitting reward for John’s successful tenure of our organisation.
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Emergency Procedures for Disabled Passengers
A report highlighting difficulties on cruise and passenger vessels that disabled persons may encounter when following standard emergency procedures.
What the reporter told us:
My husband and I have travelled with this company a couple of …
CHIRP continues to receive many reports from pilots who are faced with non-compliant pilot boarding arrangements. Further to the article in Maritime FEEDBACK 50, we have received a lot of reports relating to combination ladder …
A report describing a vessel which was apparently experiencing excessive port helm.
What the Reporter told us:
As part of my duties as a pilot, I was required to shift a vessel from one berth to …