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Greenwich hosted the largest Tall Ships event on the Thames in 25 years from 5 to 9 September 2014. There were a total of 51 Tall Ships on the river, the majority arriving from Falmouth as part of the Falmouth - Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta.




List of key events for 2015 in the Port of London and on the tidal Thames

View PLA Annual reviews from past years via our Annual Review Archive

PLA Byelaw 49 comes into force on 1 January 2015. The Byelaw prevents the discharge of sewage into the Thames from specified vessels, consistent with the continuing improvement of the Thames environment, particularly with Thames Water’s project to stop the discharge of untreated sewage into the river, and brings the Thames into line with a number of other UK harbours and inland waterways.

The Port of London Authority publishes a three-year Marine Safety Plan, in compliance with the requirements of the Port Marine Safety Code.

The PLA established a working group in 2008 to discuss how they were to introduce a new Code of Practice for Rowing on the Tideway and this group successfully achieved its original purpose.

The Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta Parade of Sail was the highlight of the Thames year for many. The Tall Ships will be in Greenwich over the 2017 Easter Weekend, with a Parade of Sail planned for the Easter Sunday.