SHIPPING AND PORT CONTROL (FERRY TERMINALS) REGULATIONS
64 of 1999
(1) Subject to paragraph (2), the berthing fee prescribed shall be paid by the owner or master in respect of every vessel which berths in a terminal.
(2) The following vessels shall be exempt from the payment of berthing fees-
(a) a cargo lighter or junk working cargo to or from a terminal or to or from a vessel moored alongside a terminal;
(b) a fresh water lighter, barge or other vessel supplying fresh water to a vessel in a terminal;
(c) a fuelling lighter or barge supplying fuel to a vessel or to a storage tank in a terminal;
(d) a vessel used to transfer passengers to or from a ferry vessel in a terminal;
(e) any other vessel or class of vessels which the Director may exempt.
(3) Subject to paragraph (4), a separate fee shall be paid for each berthing.
(4) Where a vessel leaves a berth in a terminal in compliance with a direction under regulation 6(2)(b) or (c), no fee shall be chargeable on the reberthing of the vessel.
(5) Except with the permission in writing of the Director, no vessel shall remain at a berth in a terminal for more than 24 hours.
(6) For the purpose of this regulation, a vessel berths in a terminal when it comes alongside, or is in any way secured to, any part of the terminal.