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Do I need a PLA Licence? Will my vessel be commercially operating? What type of licence will I require? What licence standards apply? How much will it cost to licence my vessel? What do I need to do to licence my vessel? Do I nee

London's leading waterways charity Thames21 invites volunteers to join staff from the National Maritime Museum on their drive to clean up the Thames at Greenwich on Sunday 3rd June 2007. Help Thames21 and the Museum clear lit

In January 2007, the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA), on behalf of the Government, introduced a new national licence for the skippers of commercial vessels on inland waterways. The requirements of the regulations apply on the tidal Thames (Category C and D waters) where the new National Boatmasters Licence replaces a local, Thames-specific (watermen and lightermen) licensing scheme. The tidal Thames is safe and getting safer following a range of improvements introduced

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Christopher Rodrigues CBE Christopher Rodrigues was appointed chairman of the PLA with effect from 1 January 2016. Christopher has strong Thames links. He was a member of two winning Cambridge Boat Race Crews and subsequently chairman of the Leander Club; he is a craft owning freeman of the Waterman’s Company. Following a care

Thames Bridge Clearances Individual Arch Clearance Heights in metres above MHWS Main Navigational Arch Clearance Heights in metres above

Doggett's competitor readies his boat for the 2012 race (click on image to enlarge) This annual race for newly qualified Thames Watermen and Lighterm