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Chart Datum Depths in the Thames throughout the Port of London are measured to chart datum, which is defined as a level so low that the tide will not frequently fall below it. This

About Tides The gravitational forces of the moon and sun create areas of high and low water on the earth's surface. As the earth rotates the location of high and low tide changes. The moon has the greatest effect on the water compared with the sun due to its proximity to the earth and the configuration of the sun and moon, whether aligned or offset, has an effect on the tidal range. Spring T

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We recognise that health & safety is of the utmost importance and that a good safety performance is fundamental to an efficient organisation. We also recognise that our employees are our most important asset and strive to improve health & safety performance in line with appropriate developments in this field. p style="text-ali

Our Harbour Master Upper District team is responsible for navigational safety between Teddington Lock in the west and Crossness in the east.

Cruise agents for the Port of London (all websites open in a new window) Cory Brothers Shipping Charles Gee Denholm Ship Agency a target="_blank" href="/track.cfm?link=http%3A%2F

A River Works Licence is required for any works in, under or over the River Thames. New Licences Click here for information about how to apply for a River Works Licence Existing Licences Click here for advice on how to enquire about an existing River Works Licence Current River Works Licence Applications Click a href="/

Harbour Service Vessels We have an active presence on the River 365 days a year with harbour launches patrolling between Southend and

Notes to assist berth operators in planning their maintenance dredging campaigns and to provide advice on the environmental requirements and sensitivities associated with maintenance dredging.

The Museum of London Docklands is housed in a listed warehouse on West India Quay. The collection tells the story of London's river, port and people from the arrival of the Romans to the construction of Canary Wharf. The galleries include 'Mudlarks', an interactive area for children, 'Sailortown' - an atmospheric re-creation of the streets around Wapping riverfront as