St. Lawrence Seaway Pilots Train at MSI

Thursday, April 01, 2004
Seven Saint Lawrence Seaway Pilots completed a Bridge Resource Management course on March 24. The course placed emphasis on High Speed Operations and Procedures. A detailed review of the high-speed problem was conducted with emphasis on subjects such as wake effects, evacuation requirements, watch standing requirements, ARPA optimization, and vulnerabilities of HSC design.
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