Harwich Haven Authority

Harwich Haven Authority (HHA) was established by Act of Parliament in 1863 to safeguard the best natural haven on the east coast of England.

Its jurisdiction covers the River Stour, the lower part of the River Orwell, Harwich Harbour and an area to seaward extending 12 nautical miles from the harbour entrance and covering 150 square miles.

As the conservancy and pilotage authority, HHA provides services for shipping using the commercial ports of Felixstowe, Ipswich, Harwich International, Harwich Navyard and Mistley and also boarding and landing services for the rivers Thames, Medway, Blackwater, Colne and Crouch.

Region 
East Anglia
Type 
Trust Port
Address 
Harbour House
The Quay
Harwich
Essex
CO12 3HH
United Kingdom
Telephone 
01255 243 030
Types of traffic handled 
Pilotage and conservance
Container
Passenger ferries
Cruise
RoRo
General cargo
Renewable energy
Petroleum tankers
Agri-bulk
Grain
Location