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News

Read our latest news and see what we’ve been getting up to.

  Whether it’s Cunard line’s Queen Elizabeth with her 2000 passengers, a cargo ship with 10,000 containers or a tanker with the fuel we use every day, Port Phillip Sea Pilots work around the clock to keep the...

Capt. Mike Hanson and Capt. James Tayton (observing) sharing PPSP’s 183-year history with Queen Elizabeth’s Capt. Inger on the mighty Cruise Ships bridge. Our pilots are the vital link between the Victorian economy and the...

  Port Phillip Sea Pilots welcomes Captain Cade Richardson to its roster of elite marine pilots. Port Phillip Sea Pilots are Australia's most experienced seafarers, and Cade is no exception. During a 15-year tenure at Brisbane Marine Pilots,...

  Two Bays Whale Project PPSP as custodians for Port Phillip and Westernport's marine environment is excited to participate in the "Two Bays Whale Project" Our Pilots and Launch Crew will be keeping a sharp eye out on...

  With the ever-increasing demand for freight transport across Bass Strait, SeaRoad introduced larger ships into its Devonport / Melbourne coastal trade. SeaRoad’s larger ships now must manoeuvre in the limited confines of Devonport harbour and the existing berth...