docking fee


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Noun1.docking fee - a fee charged for a vessel to use a dock
fee - a fixed charge for a privilege or for professional services
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Sofronio Jucutan, vice president of the DCCCI said every ship that arrives in Davao City pays a docking fee.
Currently, dhow operators pay a daily docking fee of between Dh100 to Dh200 per day depending on the capacity of the vessel.
Reyes said he is also opposing the P30 docking fee per boat that will be charged by the developer of the Guimaras-Iloilo Ferry Terminal.
Mr Bu Onk said most of these speedboat owners who are amateur Bahraini fishermen can't afford to pay the docking fees at luxurious clubs and resorts.
These include a live-in butler, a private chef, a yacht with free docking fees for the next five years, a stay at a rental mansion at the Hamptons for one summer, courtside tickets for the Brooklyn Nets for an entire season and weekly dinners for a year at Daniel, a Michelin-starred French restaurant in the city.
Docking Fees for boats and Passenger Pontoon Fees shall be paid upon booking based on passenger manifest.
It also urges city officials to create new dedicated revenue streams for basic parks maintenance, and it identifies three new opportunities to do so: 1) a surcharge on tickets for sporting events; 2) a surcharge on greens fees at the city's public golf courses; 3) a surcharge on docking fees at marinas that are overseen by the Parks Department.
They were being charged dollar-denominated docking fees. Ironically, these ships were only there to refuel and reprovision after patrolling the area west of Luzon which includes Subic Bay.