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11.03.2015

As a result of the lessons identified from a PLA investigation into an accident involving a hired narrowboat on the tidal Thames, the Port of London Authority (PLA) and representatives from the British Marine Federation (BMF) and the Association of Pleasure Craft Operators (APCO) have worked together to address the key safety and technical issues.

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The PLA and BMF agree requirements for hired narrowboats on tidal Thames
16.01.2017

In just three months’ time, a fleet of international Tall Ships will arrive in London for the start of the Rendez-Vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta - a visual maritime feast over the Easter weekend that will see dozens of majestic Tall Ships set sail for Quebec in Canada from the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

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Three months to go: Tall Ships to sail into Royal Greenwich (13-16 April 2017)
08.02.2017

The captain of a Thames passenger boat has been fined for dangerous navigation on the river Thames.

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Tidal Thames - prosecution
28.04.2016

The masters of two high-speed ribs that operate tours on the tidal Thames have been fined for dangerous navigation.

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Tidal Thames - prosecutions
13.08.2014

The Port of Tilbury, owned by Forth Ports Ltd, announces today an important contract extension agreement with P&O Ferries to continue their RO/RO service with their long-term shipping partner, Bore, at London's major port.

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Tilbury agrees extension with P&O Ferries
14.01.2015

Port of Tilbury and Frontier Agriculture agree significant strategic partnership - new partnership brings export opportunities for South East farmers

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Tilbury and Frontier announce new strategic partnership
01.08.2014

New route starts in August at London Container Terminal. Port of Tilbury, owned by Forth Ports Limited, and Port of Zeebrugge / MBZ have announced that SCS Multiport will add a brand new route to their current service –Amsterdam-Tilbury - to deliver Far East deep sea transhipment and continental loads between the container ports of Tilbury, Amsterdam and Zeebrugge.

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Tilbury and Zeebrugge’s Strategic Agreement signs up SCS Multiport

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