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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...

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...

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...

Victoria III Launch The Port Phillip Sea Pilots have added a new fast launch to their fleet. The 13 meter Victoria III, has a 26 knot service speed, and is powered by a Cummins diesel engine,...

LAUNCESTON. – When the 65m. Wyuna slipped into berth at Launceston late last month, the six pilots and nine master mariners on board witnessed the end of an era – and the start of a...