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Harbour dues

Fishing vessels, workboats and construction barges

2016

HARBOUR DUES (FISHING VESSELS, WORK BOATS AND CONSTRUCTION BARGES) REGULATIONS 2016

TABLE 1
(Periodical payment)
Manx
registered
vessels
Visiting
vessels
For each entry to a harbour; and
in addition, for each ton in excess of 125 tons
£43.27
0.36
£44.33
0.37
Laid up or lying in a harbour for each period of 3 days
or any period less than 3 days, after the first 3 days
following entry to the harbour
£43.27 £44.33
in addition, for each such period, per ton in excess of
125 tons
0.36 0.37
TABLE 2 (Annual payment)
Vessels not exceeding 15 tons £87.47 £89.60
Vessels exceeding 15 tons but not exceeding 40 tons
in addition, for every ton or part of a ton in excess of
15 tons
£87.47
£5.83
£89.60
£5.98
Vessels exceeding 40 tons but not exceeding 65 tons £233.42 £239.11
Vessels exceeding 65 tons but not exceeding 125 tons £379.32 £388.57
Vessels exceeding 125 tons £807.74 £827.44

Merchant vessels

2016

Harbour Dues (Merchant Vessels) Regulations 2016

Table 1
Vessel Dues charged for entry of a vessel to harbour for 14 days or part thereof and for every 14 days or part of thereafter
Per ton or part of a ton for each entry up to 14 days or part thereof and for every 14 days or part thereafter. £0.31
Minimum charge for each entry up to 14 days or part thereof and
for every 14 days or part thereafter.
£35.81
TABLE 2
GOODS DUES (LARGE MOTOR VEHICLES)
Unitised Goods (Large Motor Vehicles): being a large goods vehicle, large goods vehicle and trailer combination, or an unaccompanied large passenger vehicle
In respect of the vehicle or combination of vehicles: per metre or part of a metre: £4.83
In respect of the motor vehicle, for the driver (if any) or any other vehicle crew carried with the vehicle, per person, except that:

(a) where a goods vehicle (being either a motor vehicle or a trailer) is fully laden with scrap metal or waste material for environmental recycling, and is loaded onto a vessel, a maximum charge in respect of each vehicle (excluding the additional charge in respect of the driver or any other person carried) of:
(b) where a heavy passenger vehicle is unaccompanied by vehicle passengers, a charge in respect of that vehicle(excluding the additional charge in respect of the driver or any other vehicle crew carried) of:
£1.72




£20.55 or



£10.05
TABLE 3
GOODS DUES (SMALLER MOTOR VEHICLES)
Smaller goods vehicles, minibuses, motor cars, and motorcycles not accompanied by passengers
(a) An unaccompanied motor cycle or light passenger vehicle: £2.49
(b) An unaccompanied motor car or minibus: £7.42
(c) A goods vehicle which is a motor vehicle under 6 metres in length: £7.42
(d) Any other motor vehicle to which this Table applies not elsewhere specified in this Table: £7.42
(e) A driver or other vehicle crew carried, per person: £1.72
(f) A trailer (other than a trailer drawn by a motor cycle) £4.83
TABLE 4
GOODS DUES (BULK CARGO)
Bulk Ship Cargo
Goods Dues calculated by weight:
(a) Liquid petroleum products, per tonne or part of a tonne: £3.59
(b) Dangerous explosive substances for which special handling arrangements or precautions are required at harbour (not including liquid petroleum products referred to in entry (a)),for each tonne loaded or unloaded, per tonne or part of a tonne: £20.08
(c) Bulk or general cargo, not elsewhere specified in this Table per tonne or part of a tonne: £1.92
TABLE 5
PASSENGER DUES (ORDINARY PASSENGERS)
Other than Day-Excursion Passengers
(a) Driver of the vehicle
One driver
£1.72
(b) A passenger vehicle, where no goods dues are charged in respect of the vehicle—
(i) A motor cycle or a light passenger vehicle:
(ii) A motor car or a minibus:
(iii) A motor car or a minibus with trailer:
(iv) A heavy passenger vehicle:
(v) A heavy passenger vehicle with trailer:


£2.42
£7.41
£12.20
£10.04
£14.95
(c) Passengers who are not the driver of, or accompanying, a vehicle, described in (b) -
(i) An adult
(ii) A child over age 5 but under age 16


£0.85
£0.43
TABLE 6
PASSENGER DUES (DAY-EXCURSION)
Day-Excursion Return-Fare Passengers
(a) Driver of the vehicle
One driver .........

0.85
(b) A passenger vehicle, where no goods dues are charged in respect of the vehicle
(i) A motor cycle or a light passenger vehicle: ...........
(ii) A motor car or a minibus: ..................................
(iii) A motor car or a minibus with trailer: .................
(iv) A heavy passenger vehicle: ................................
(v) A heavy passenger vehicle with trailer: ................


£1.20
£3.72
£6.11 
£5.02 
£7.27
(c) Passengers who are not the driver of, or accompanying, a vehicle, described in (b); or accompanying any vehicle
(i) An adult: ..........................................
(ii) A child over age 5 but under age 16: .....


0.85
0.43

Leisure craft

2016 

Harbour Dues (Pleasure Vessels, Large Commercial Yachts and Tall Ships) Regulations 2016

TABLE 1
PLEASURE VESSELS
(Periodical payment)
(a) A vessel not berthed in the impounded areas of Douglas and Peel
inner harbours for a period not exceeding 24 hours and for every
subsequent period of 24 hours or part thereof —
(i) a single-hulled vessel per metre or part of a metre;
(ii) a multi-hulled vessel per metre or part of a metre;



£1.23
£1.86
(b) A vessel berthed in the impounded areas of Douglas and Peel inner
harbours for a period not exceeding 24 hours and for every subsequent
period of 24 hours or part thereof —
(i) a single-hulled vessel per metre or part of metre;
(ii) a multi-hulled vessel per metre or part of a metre;



£1.84
£2.75
TABLE 2
PLEASURE VESSELS (Island resident)
(Annual payment)
(a) Harbour Dues —
A vessel (other than a vessel for which "Slipway Dues" are payable under paragraph (b) are payable) entering or remaining in any harbour, per metre or part of a metre of overall length per annum.


£14.71

(b) Slipway Dues
A vessel entering or remaining in any harbour which does not at any time during the period from sunset to sunrise remain unattended, berthed, moored laid up or lying in a harbour per annum.
£8.33 per
metre or
part of a
metre of
overall
length
TABLE 3
LARGE COMMERCIAL YACHTS
A vessel entering or remaining in any harbour —
(i) for a period not exceeding 24 hours per ton or part of a ton; and
(ii) for every 24 hours or part of thereafter per ton or part of a ton.

£0.31
£0.31
TABLE 4
TALL SHIPS
A vessel entering or remaining in any harbour —
(i) for a period not exceeding 24 hours per metre or part of metre; and
(ii) for every 24 hours or part of thereafter per metre or part of metre.

£1.23
£1.23
TABLE 5
VISITING PLEASURE VESSELS

Seasonal charge for visiting vessels (up to 24 metres in length overall)
A visiting pleasure vessel berthed in any harbour, per metre or part of a metre for a cumulative period of 90 days between 1 April to 30
September.

£15.07
TABLE 6
VISITING PLEASURE VESSELS
Long stay charge for visiting vessels (up to 24 metres in length overall)
A visiting pleasure vessel berthed in any harbour at any quay, pier or
mooring, or being laid up or otherwise lying in harbour between 30
September and 31 March, or for a period in excess of those laid out in Table 5. Per metre per 24 hours.

£1.23
 
All above are subject to VAT
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