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Our PPU laptops have found a new home at Cottage by the Sea, supporting children learning from home during this challenging time of COVID isolation. ...

PPSP stands with those seafarers who have sacrificed time with their families to help ensure the economic survival of global trade during the COVID-19 pandemic. There are over 150,000 seafarers trapped at sea by the COVID-19...

PPSP proudly support “STEER CLEAR” Now that COVID restrictions have been eased, we kindly ask all small crafts to please “STEER CLEAR” of big ships. A few reminders: - Do not anchor in shipping channels - Do not drift...

WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO SAFELY MANOEUVER A BIG SHIP UP THE YARRA RIVER? EXPERIENCE – Years of training including observation of senior pilots, tug utilisation and manoeuvring simulations. SYSTEMS – A systemised approach including: documented pre-arrival...

MSC Pamela and Maersk Semerang passing outside the fairway through Port Phillip Heads. Ships of this size have a tight transit window of approximately 40 minutes whereby they can safely enter and exit the South...

John Joubert PDO (Pilot Despatch Officer) has recently retired from PPSP where he played an integral role ensuring our operation ran as efficiently as a swiss watch. On asking John for a memory to share during...