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News

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

Port Phillip Sea Pilots are delighted that a recent charity event run by Point Lonsdale Board Riders raised $10000 for the Victorian bushfire appeal. We are humbled that a large part of that money was...

On the morning of the 22nd of February, Port Phillip Sea Pilots PDO (Pilot Despatch Officer) over heard a call for assistance from a local cray fisherman in the vicinity of Point Nepean, he reported...

PPSP in co-ordination with Svitzer Australia and Victoria Ports Corporation Melbourne recently conducted verification simulation exercises to evaluate the possibility of manoeuvring larger ships into the Port of Melbourne. These simulations assess challenging manoeuvres and enable all parties...

From between the heads of Port Phillip Bay, the Prominent Ace, a giant container ship, is a blip on the horizon that could be mistaken for a whitecap. It gradually looms into fuller view in...

Captain Charles Griffiths (pictured) will travel to Malaysia later this month with six Australian marine pilots. They will finish a competency audit at the Star Cruises training simulator in Port Klang. Australian and New Zealand pilots are...