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News

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

  Illuminated on the Port Phillip horizon lies the rig #OceanOnyx, which spent the past few years discovering gas in Bass Strait to meet Victoria's future energy demands. Our pilots & crews helped guide the towed rig through...

At 1800hrs Tuesday, 22nd of March 2022, the Port of Melbourne and Geelong Harbour Masters informed Port Phillip Sea Pilots the alternate Pilotage Provider APG/Auriga had no capacity to pilot vessels in or out of...

PPSP is proud to continue its long standing association with MSC, through the sponsorship of the 2021 Annual Art Prize. PPSP Managing Director, Captain Mike Hanson said "the Mission provides an important social role to visiting...

Suezmax tankers at a length of over 270m and a draft up to 14.7m were introduced to Port Phillip in 2014. At PPSP we make calculated decisions tailored to the specific requirements of our clients. High...

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...