Novorossiysk: New Tonnage Dues Rates

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Monday, April 21, 2014
Photo courtesy Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port

GAC informs that tonnage dues rates in the port of Novorossiysk will be increased about 9% with effect from April 27, 2014.

The rate increases are as follows:

Tankers
- Rates in force: 2.67 RUR
- New rates: 2.91 RUR
- Formula: 2.91 x Reduced GT x 2

Cont/Ro-Ro
- Rates in force: 1.70 RUR
- New rates: 1.91 RUR
- Formula: 1.91 x GT x 2

Dry/Bulk/General

- Rates in force: 2.65 RUR
- New rates: 2.43 RUR
- Formula: 2.43 x GT x 2

The approximate rates of Tonnage Dues IN+OUT for Tankers will be as follows:

Suezmax - 150 000 MT DWT
- Rates in force: 10300 USD
- New rates: 11230 USD

Aframax
- 90 000 MT DWT
- Rates in force: 6980 USD
- New reates: 7600 USD

Panamax - 65 000 MT DWT
- Rates in force: 4580 USD
- New rates: 5000 USD

MRT
- 35 000 MT DWT
- Rates in force: 2900 USD
- New rates: 3160 USD     

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