- Don't run scared......Run SCARY!
- CLIA announces Plan a Cruise Month
- Young prize winner tours the Port of Dover
- Calais Camp Closure
- Dover Bluebird Heritage Trail Launched
- Working together to secure a strong future for cargo at Dover
- Next phase of key A20 junction work to get underway
- Carbon Trust Standard for Carbon Awarded to Dover Harbour Board
- Follow-Up: Goodwin Sands Marine Licence Open Meeting
- Rally for Heroes is the Wheel Deal
- Information from.@The_MMO on the marine licence application (MLA/2016/00227) for aggregate dredging at #GoodwinSands https://t.co/sF93i9ZtlL
- Talking about new port models for food supply chain with #worldfoodlogistics @PortOfDover #Port of Algeciras https://t.co/UdH7pzZrYq
- @Porchlight1974 @Port_of_Dover @tpwroyal great to see Alyson today shared lunch with us in the gallery #porchlight https://t.co/nItlpG17HL
- @DementiaFriends another 13 dementia friends created today @Port_of_Dover we need your staff too!! @tpwroyal https://t.co/LRHYmfsLBq
- @KeatTony Tony - sorry for the confusion. The roundabout is being removed at present to divert utilities for traffic light junction
Welcome to the Port of Dover
Originally established in 1606, the principal activities of the Dover Harbour Board (DHB) are to administer and maintain the Port of Dover and its facilities and to develop resources to meet future demands.
The Port of Dover is Europe’s busiest ferry port, a vital international gateway for the movement of passengers and trade. It is also an award-winning cruise port, the second busiest in the UK and hosts some of the world’s most prestigious cruise lines. Other successful businesses include a cargo terminal, a top award-winning marina and several niche activities. The business mix is diverse.