2013 Schedule of Dues and Charges
(b) Vessels without the use of main engines and or defective steering.
As in (a) or (g) plus 100%.
(c) Vessels requiring assistance when disabled, damaged or otherwise in distress.
(d) Minimum Charge.
A minimum charge of two hours at the appropriate rate will be payable when the tug
services rendered on any one occasion do not exceed two hours.
(e) A cancellation charge of £723.78 or the full reduced rate will be payable when a tug is ordered,
but it is not employed. No charge will be made if notice of cancellation is received by Fax
on 01553 763431 not less than Four hours before high water time in all cases.
(f) Use of Tugs Hawser.
The rates quoted do not include the use of the tugs towage lines and vessels being towed should provide their own hawsers. If ordered, the tug will provide a hawser at a charge of £42.21 on the understanding that damage to the tugs hawser in excess of normal wear and tear will be chargeable against the vessel being towed.
(g) Docking/Undocking and Moves in Docks.
Routine towage services to ships required to use and employ a tugboat by the provisions of the preceding Regulations when entering, moving within or leaving King's Lynn Docks or Harbour, will be charged for at a reduced rate of £592.77 per service per tug.
(h) Other Services.
Services not specified to be charged by arrangement.
(i) Late notice Charge.
If the notice period for the tug for routine docking, undocking and moving operations is not given, and provided a tug crew can be mustered a Late notice charge of £259.65 shall be made in addition to (g) above.
The intended transit of a vessel requiring a tug may be delayed if the require notice is not given.
By Order of the Board.
J. D. Lorking