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News

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

If you’ve seen a funny looking shape on the horizon in Port Phillip, it’s very possibly the rig “Ocean Onyx” awaiting its next job. The heavy lift ship “Blue Marlin” carried the rig on deck and...

Our book release ”Pilot on Board” by Brendan Moloney celebrates Port Philip Sea Pilots 175th anniversary and includes, The age of sails Piracy in Port Phillip Lost at sea The threat of war and much...

PPSP has developed a comprehensive Business Continuity Plan BCP to deal with the rapidly evolving COVID-19 Pandemic The development and implementation of this plan has been a collaborative effort between our entire team. The effectiveness of...

Port Phillip Sea Pilots are excited to welcome “PV Petrel III” to its fleet of purpose built, highly efficient Pilot Vessels that service the Port of Melbourne, Western Port and Geelong. Safety of our pilots in...

STEADY AS SHE GOES, The Mavis III is lowered on to her new home inside the Queenscliss Maritime Museum grounds. A new Mavis has arrived in Queenscliff and she's set to turn people's heads - all...

Farewell to PV Mavis III, built in 1994, she serviced Port Phillip Bay and Heads for 26 years. Mavis was one of the last Pilot Vessels to be built in house at Queenscliff by past...