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Central London has welcomed its biggest-ever cruise ship, the 228-metre long Viking Star, which tied up on Port of London Authority (PLA) moorings at Greenwich today (12 May).

May, 18th 2015, the ART 80-32 Hybrid Rotortug RT Evolution will be christened at the Port of London Authority’s (PLA) Greenwich Ship Tier in London during the cocktail reception of ‘Tugnology Conference’.

The continued growth of freight on the river Thames has kept more than half a million lorry trips off London’s roads in the past two years.

Gravesend Reach/Northfleet Hope - Tilbury Precautionary Area


Lions and leopards at a big cat sanctuary are playing with ropes that just weeks before were being used to tie boats up on the Thames, in a new Port of London Authority recycling initiative.

The Port of London Authority (PLA) is responsible for 95 miles of the tidal Thames from Teddington Lock to the North Sea. The river is home to the largest commercial port in the south of England, as well as being the busiest inland waterway for passengers and freight in the UK and a centre for sport and recreation. The PLA is responsible for safety of navigation, promoting use of the river and sustaining its unique maritime environment. Playing a pivotal role

The countdown clock has reached the 60 days mark to the start of the tenth edition of the Clipper Race and crew excitement is mounting in anticipation of the departure from St Katharine Docks in front of Tower Bridge, London, on Sunday 30 August.

A Port of London Authority (PLA) team won the annual Transport on Water (TOW) Barge Race on the Thames on Saturday, 4 July.

On 1st July, Frontier Agriculture became the exclusive strategic partner for the Port of Tilbury, and immediately began to put the arrangement to good use. “On the same day that we officially took control of the grain terminal at Tilbury, we sold our first boat, very much demonstrating our commitment to growers in the South East,” explains Marc Rogerson, wheat trader at Frontier.