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Port Control

Plymouth’s Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) is based at Longroom Port Control. Visiting vessels >20m LOA should contact Longroom at the required reporting points as shown on current Plymouth Admiralty Charts and should not enter the port without first communicating with Longroom on VHF Channel 14. Smaller vessels should, if in doubt, communicate with Longroom to inform them of your intentions.

For movements taking place in the Hamoaze, port control is based at Flagstaff (VHF 14, call sign Flag).

The Port is extensively buoyed showing the deep water shipping channel. All mariners should be aware that the area north of Plymouth Breakwater has been designated a Narrow Channel (Rule 9, IRPCS). 

 

Vessel Movements

Vessel movements are always subject to change at short notice. To obtain the latest vessel movement schedule please contact Plymouth Pilots on +44(0)1752 662708. 

Those interested in MOD movements can view daily movements here. The Cattewater Harbour Commissioners take no responsibility for the accuracy of information on externals sites.

Local Notice to Mariners

Local Notice to Mariners and Navigation Warnings in the Port of Plymouth are issued by the Queens Harbour Master, on behalf of the Cattewater Harbour Master.

For the latest Notice to Mariners, visit QHM Plymouth Website. 

Relevant Local Notice to Mariners will also be posted on this website.

The Harbour Authority strives to ensure that the port is safe and open for all who wish to enjoy the waterway. Port users must follow the correct procedures and regulations when afloat, to ensure all users are kept safe and can enjoy thier time on the water, be it for leisure, commercial activity or trade. If you are in doubt please do not hesitate to contact the harbour office to seek advice..

 

 

 

 

 

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