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Port of London General Direction for Navigation in the Port of London (2016) No. 30 requires that all Reporting Vessels underway between Cherry Garden Pier and Bell Lane Creek shall carry on board an operational electronic keying device capable of activating the special signal lights which signify that one or more Reporting Vessels are navigating or about to navigate through the arch displaying the signal. tb


After a successful inaugural event in 2012, the world’s finest Tall Ships return to Greenwich this summer when the second edition of Sail Royal Greenwich will take place. Running from 28th August until September 1st, Sail Royal Greenwich will feature a stunning fleet of tall ships which will sail the Thames and offer vis

Our latest film is about our new £6 million Mooring Maintenance Vessel. Currently being built at Manor Marine’s yard in Portland, Dorset, we will use it to keep the busy river channels clear and marked for trade, travel and sport. Can't view Flash content? Watch the film on our YouTube channel here.


The Port of London Authority's operations cover 95 miles of the River Thames. The Port of London Authority works to keep commercial and leisure users safe, protects and enhances the environment and promotes the use of the river for trade and travel.


The Port of London Authority's operations cover 95 miles of the River Thames. The Port of London Authority works to keep commercial and leisure users safe, protect and enhance the environment and promote the use of the river for trade and travel.

PLA publications include tide tables, annual review, port handbook and our new e-magazine Tidal Thames News.

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