CONTACT THE PORT OF DOVER:
Tel: +44 (0) 1304 240400
Contact Lost property
For all lost property enquires, please contact:
Tel: +44 (0) 1304 245 392
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- General Directions for Navigation
- Notices to Mariners
- Operating Limitations
- Pilotage Requirements
- Port of Dover Port Marine Safety Code
- Port of Dover Safety & Operational Procedures
- Vessel Traffic Service (VTS)
- Irregular Occurrence Reporting
- Emergency Planning
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The new online training portal exclusively from the Port of Dover
Dover Port Control
All movements within one mile of the Port of Dover and inside the harbour are controlled by Dover Port Control.
Normal entry into the Port for commercial vessels is through the Eastern Entrance.
Please report all arrivals and departures to Dover Port Control on Channel 74 VHF at least one hour from departure or from the pilot station.
You should pass the following details to the Port Control Officer:
- ETA at the Pilot Station / ETD from the berth
- Confirmation that all navigational equipment is in full working order or otherwise - any defects must be notified at this time
- Tug requirements - these can be discussed with the pilot before arrival
- Vessel's overall length and maximum draft
- Details of any hazardous cargo on board
Port Control is able to offer a range of navigational information and will advise when to make further radio reports.
- "Dover Port Control" - Channel 74, (12), 16
- "Dover Pilots" - (via Dover Port Control) Channel 74
- Tug Working Channels - 69, 71, (6 or 8)
- Dover bound ferries within 3 miles of Dover - Channel 74
CHARTS & PUBLICATIONS
- Charts and publications
- Admiralty Chart No.
- 1698 Dover
- 2451 Beachy Head to South Foreland
- 1828 Dover to North Foreland
- 323 Dover Strait - Eastern Part
- 1892 Dover Strait Western Part
- Dover Strait Pilot NP28
- Admiralty Tide Tables, Vol. 1 NP 2010-02
- Navigation File
Please retain this copy on file as a reference document for future calls at the Port of Dover.