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Port Infrastructure - Fees and Tariffs

Notice Of Fee Revision – Effective April 01, 2016

August 11, 2015 – Charlottetown, PE – Notice is hereby given that the Charlottetown Harbour Authority proposes to increase fees effective April 1, 2016 as follows:

1. Berthage to increase by 1.2%

2. Cruise passenger adult fees will increase from $7/passenger to $7.50

3. Harbour fees for vessels entering Port Charlottetown, per gross registered tonne in the case of a vessel used in the carriage of goods or passengers from a place in Canada to another place in Canada at the time it comes into Port Charlottetown which is registered in Canada or under the Coasting Trade License issued pursuant to the Coasting Trade act increasing from $0.03/grt to $0.05/grt

4. Water rates will now be: $50 hookup charge plus a $30/hour service fee, with a minimum of three hours.

5. Wharfage charges for Sand, stone, gravel for both lakers and barges will increase to $0.70/tonne.

Documents containing more details about the proposal may be obtained from the Charlottetown Harbour Authority upon request.


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Berthage Rates

Charlottetown Harbour Authority Inc.
Berthage and Anchorage Charges
Effective April 1, 2012

Item Description Unit Basis Rate
1. Berthage charge on a pleasure boat that is a on mooring ball or at anchor.
(a) Per day or part thereof Metre of length $1.34
(b) Per mont Metre of length $12.36
2. Berthage charge on a pleasure boat at a float or dock.
(a) Per day or part there of Metre of length $3.09
(b) Per mont Metre of length $82.40
2. Berthage charge on a commercial vessel not engaged in loading, unloading, or any other commercial activity that is on a mooring ball or at anchor per day or part thereof. Metre of length $0.47
3. Berthage charge on a vessel that is loading or unloading or engaged in any other commercial activity per day or part thereof. Metre of length $1.65
4. Berthage charge on a commercial or government vessel that is not engaged in the transfer of cargo or passengersand is not subject to a wharfage fee per day or part thereof. Per Metre of Length $10.00
5.  Minimum Berthage charges for a vessel not described in any of the items 1 to 4 per day or part thereof. Per Vessel  $20.60
Note - There is no anchorage charge for a cruise ship tendering passengers to the wharf
 

Cruise Passenger Tariff

Charlottetown Harbour Authority Inc.
Cruse Passenger tariff
Effective April 1, 2012

Tariff
1. The passenger charges in respect of a continuous voyage:
  (a) For each adult 7.00
  (b) For each child (under 12 years of age) 3.50
2. The passenger charges in respect of voyages originating or terminating at our Harbour
  (a) For each adult 20.00
  (b) For each child (under 12 years of age 10.00
 

Harbour Fees

Charlottetown Harbour Authority Inc.
Harbour Fee
Effective April 1, 2012

Tariff
1. The charge payable for each entry of a vessel entering the Port of Charlottetown, per gross registered tonne is, in the case of a vessel:
(a) used in the carriage of goods or passengers from a place in Canada to another place in Canada at the time it comes into the Port Charlottetown, which is
  (i) registered in Canada, or
  (ii) under the Coasting Trade License issued pursuant to the Coasting Trade Act
$0.03
(b) other than a vessel referred to in paragraphs (a) (i) or (ii). $0.05
2. The charge for a self - propelled vessel that ordinarily operates only within the limits of the Port of Charlottetown and that engages in commercial activity therein is, where the vessel is:
(a) less than 100 GRT, payable once in each calendar year $85.00
(b) 100 GRT to 200 GRT, payable once in each calendar year $165.00
(c) greater than 200 GRT, payable once in each calendar year $325.00
 

Security - Contracted security will be invoiced to vessels based on vessel times and security requirements.

Storage

Charlottetown Harbour Authority Inc.
Storage charges
Effective April 1, 2012

Item Columm I
Description
Column II
Unit Basis
Column III Rate
Jan. 1, 2004(in dollars)
Storage for goods on wharf, per day or part thereof square metre $0.15
Storege for goods elswhereat a public port facility, per day or part thereof square metre $0.10
Good that are stored on port lands will be charged in accordance with the CHAI posted rates for all of the land area used form the time the storage of the goods are placed on the land until the goods are completely removed. For greater clarity, the land area will be measured once the storage of the goods has been completed and that area will be used in the calculation of the storage rate until the goods have been completely removed. There will be no deduction, setoff or abatement of the storage rate for partial removal of the goods during the storage period, and the storage rate will be effective on a daily (or portion of a day) rate basis from the commencement date of the storage, whether or not all of the goods are stored as of that date, and be in effect until all of the goods are completely removed from the land.
 

Utilities and other services

Charlottetown Harbour Authority inc.
Utilities And Other Services
Effective April 1, 2012

Water Rates to supply fresh water to vessels
Rate per metric tonne $1.75
Hook up charges $30.00 per hour [Minimum (1) hour]
Electric Hookup
(Subject to terminal manager approval and availability) $10.00 per day minimum
100 amp $15.00 per day minimum
Hook up charge $30.00 [Minimum (1) hour]
Additional charges if electrician is required. Cost plus 15% surcharge
Sewage Service Cost plus 15% surcharge
Garbage Service Cost plus 15% surcharge
Bunkering - $0.03/litre
 Boat lift fee - $60
Garbage from international ships is classified as "special waste" under the PEI Waste Resource Management Regulations (under the PEI Environmental Protection Act). Transfer of garbage from international ships at the Charlottetown Marine Terminal must be pre arranged with the Charlottetown Harbour Authority Inc. and will only be considered if all arrangements and permits are prepared by the vessel owner, captain or agent. A copy of the permit must be supplied to Charlottetown Harbour Authority Inc. before the transfer of any waist.
A permit from the province ($25) is required for disposal of this waste, and the only possible disposal option is incineration at a cost per tonne. Furthermore, the incineration of international garbage requires an inspection from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) under the Federal Health of Animals Act. The province may issue a permit within four hours of a request, if the tonnage and basic garbage components are presented to them ahead of time. Once the permit is issued, the province automatically contacts CFIA for an inspection.
 

Warfage

Charlottetown Harbour Authority Inc.
Wharfage Charges
Effective April 1,2012

Item Column I
Basis
Column II
Unit
Column III
Can.Dollar Rate
Fertilizer tonne $0.88
17 Gasoline, petroleum products and other liquied commodities
(a) gasoline
  (i) in bulk kilolitro $0.75
  (ii) not in bulk 250 litre drum $0.25
(b) other petroleum products
  (i) in bulk kilolitro $105.00
  (ii) not in bulk 250 litre drum $0.35
(c) all other liquied commodites $0.00
  (i) in bulk kilolitro $1.80
  (ii) not in bulk 250 litre drum $0.60
Sand, stone, gravel tonne $0.63/barges
Sand, stone, gravel tonne $0.62/lakers
 
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