Port tariffs changed at all Georgian ports.
Harbour Master fees effective 11 November 2011.
In/Out Port clearance / registration
100 - 1,000 GRT USD 160.00
1,001 - 5,000 GRT USD 290.00
5,001 - 15,000 GRT USD 470.00
Over 15,000 GRT USD 600.00
GEOREP fees effective 11 November 2011.
The participation in GEOREP system: USD 150.00
Per operation: EUR 0.015 per vessel's cbm (LOA x Beam x Depth Moulded)
Pilotage dues effective 11 December 2011.
Per operation: EUR 0.02 per vessel's cbm (LOA x Beam x Depth Moulded)
Tankers with SBT or double hull, double bottom: 15% discount
Environmental pollution fees effective 23 July 2012.
See Maritime Transport Agency tariff below.
Anchorage dues effective 23 July 2012.
Applicable to foreign flagged vessels of more than 1,000 GRT, which have completed operations in the port and proceed to anchorage for a stay of more than 24 hours.
1,001 - 5,000 GRT USD 100.00
5,001 - 15,000 GRT USD 200.00
Over 15,000 GRT USD 250.00
Vessels flying the flags of the states with which Georgia has agreements granting preferential status are charged at tonnage dues a reduced rate. Vessels not flying the flags of such states are charged at the ordinary rate.
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Discount: A 20% discount is applicable for vessels of group "A".
Vessels of groups "A", "B", "C", "E", "F" and "G" are charged per call.
Vessels of group "D" are charged for the first port of call in a calendar year.
Exempted from tonnage dues are vessels of groups "H", "J", "K" and "L".
Vessels of group I pay tonnage dues at a fixed rate per call as follows: National carriers: USD 20.25 / Others: USD 40.50
The agreements with the above mentioned countries do not cover "second registries" or similar. For example, the following flags will be charged tonnage dues at the "ordinary" rate.
- Canary Islands
- Danish International Register of Shipping (DIS)
- German International Ship Register (GIS)
- Isle of Man
- Kerguelen Islands
The following information concerning the practice of disbursements accounts and supporting vouchers was received from the Georgian Maritime Administration on 4 March 2002:
Tonnage dues, canal dues, berth dues and towage have no separate invoices and are all directly included in the disbursements invoice.
Mooring/unmooring is covered by a separate invoice in the port of Poti since 1 January 2002. At all ports mooring/ unmooring has no separate invoice and is directly included in the disbursements invoice.
Customs dues although regulated by law are not covered by a separate invoice, but instead are automatically included in the disbursement invoice.
Light dues. The Navy Hydrographic Office issues a separate invoice to the agent which should be attached to the disbursements invoiced by the agent.
Pilotage. The pilotage company issues a separate invoice to the agent which should be attached to the disbursements invoiced by the agent.
Sanitary dues. In the port of Batumi the collection of wastes is carried out by a private company which presents its invoice to the agent which should be attached to the disbursement invoiced by the agent. At all other ports bilge and ballast waters are collected by the port or the terminal and the invoice is automatically included in disbursements account.
Watchman charges. The watchman company issues a separate invoice to the agent which should be attached to the disbursements invoiced by the agent.
Fees paid to the Maritime Administration and the maritime hospital are both covered by separate invoices which should be attached to the disbursement invoiced by the agent.
The Maritime Administration has also informed BIMCO the registration of agents in Georgia has begun and that they recommend owners to ask agents to present their " certificate of approval" (issued by Georgian Maritime Transport Administration) in order to be assured of being served by qualified agents.