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ANNEX

THE LAKE VICTORIA TRANSPORT (FEES)


REGULATIONS 2010
IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 246 of the Lake Victoria Transport
Act 2007, the Council of Ministers makes these regulations this . day of
. 2010.

PART I
PRELIMINARY
1. Citation and commencement
(1) These Regulations may be cited as the Lake Victoria
Transport (Fees) Regulations, 2010 and shall come into
operation upon such date as the Council may, by notice in
the Gazette, appoint.
(2) The Council may, pursuant to subregulation (1) appoint
different dates for coming into operation of different
provisions of these Regulations.
2. Interpretation
In these Regulations unless the context otherwise requires Act means the Lake Victoria Transport Act, 2007;

authorized officer means a person designated under this Act as


such, by the Executive Secretary for purposes of this Act;
BCH Code means the Code for the Construction and Equipment
of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk;
crew agreement means the agreement in section 114 of the
Act;
dead weight means the total mass of cargo, fuel, fresh water,
and other stores that a vessel can carry when she is floating on the
Lake with her load line at the water surface;

DWT means dead weight;


dry dock means excavated dock fitted with watertight entrance,
from which water can be pumped to allow work to be done on the
under water portion of a docked vessel;
GT means gross tonnage;
IBC Code Certificate means the International Bulk Carrier
Code for the construction and equipment of vessels carrying
dangerous chemicals in bulk, for vessels built after 1986;
IGC Code Certificate means International Code for
Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied gases in
Bulk;

INLS Certificate means an International Pollution Prevention


Certificate for the carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk
issued in conformity with Annex II to MARPOL 73/78;
IOPP Certificate means International Oil Pollution Prevention
Certificate issued in conformity with Annex I to MARPOL 73/78;
livestock includes wild animals;
maritime administration unit means a unit responsible for
maritime safety and security administration in a Partner State;
MARPOL 73/78 means the International Convention for the
Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, as modified by the
Protocol of 1978 relating to it;

noxious liquid substance means any substance referred in


Appendix II to Annex II of MARPOL 73/78;
rating means a member of the crew other than a master or an
officer;
small vessel means a vessel of less than 24 meters in length or
of less than 50 gross registered tonnage;
SOLAS means the International Convention for the Safety of life
at Sea 1974 as amended from time to time;
survey means a detailed examination, inspection or
investigation to determine the validity of the relevant certificates
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and other documents, and the condition of the hull, equipment and
machinery of the vessel and the members of the crew of the vessel;
tonnage convention means the International Convention on
Tonnage Measurement of Ships, 1969;
tons means the gross tons, and the tonnage of a vessel with
alternative gross tonnages shall be taken to be the larger of those
tonnages;
vessel includes any vessel, boat, sailing vessel, or other vessel of
any description used in navigation.PART II
CERTIFICATES
3.

Issuance of certificates

The fees for the issuance of certificates to members of the crew, the
master and other persons working on the vessel shall be as specified
in Schedule 1.

4.

Manning

The fees for manning shall be as specified in Schedule 2.


5.

Registration and licensing

The fees payable for registration services and licensing of vessels


shall be as specified in Schedule 3.

6. Surveys and tonnage measurement


The fees payable for surveying and tonnage measurement of vessels
shall be as specified in Part A of Schedule 4.
7.

Survey of passenger vessel safety certificate

The fees payable for the survey of a passenger vessel for the issuance
of a safety certificate shall be as specified in Part B of Schedule 4.
8.

Survey of cargo vessel for issuance of a safety certificate

The fees payable for the survey of a cargo vessel for the issuance of a
safety certificate ,with or without an exemption certificate, shall be as
specified in Part C of Schedule 4.
9.

Survey of vessel for local safety certificate

The fees payable for the survey of a vessel for the issuance of a safety
certificate, with or without a safety exemption certificate, and for the
issuance of a record of safety equipment shall be as specified in Part
D of Schedule 4.
10. Survey for International Code for construction and
equipment of vessels liquefied gases in bulk
The fees payable in respect of the issuance of certificates for the
construction of vessels for carrying liquefied gases in bulk shall be as
specified in Part E of Schedule 4.

11.

Survey for cargo vessel safety equipment certificate

The fee for the issuance of a cargo safety equipment certificate shall
be
(a) for vessels of less than 500 GRT, US $ 500;
(b) for vessels of more than 500 GRT, US $ 500 and an
additional US $ 0.2, for every extra tonne above 500.
12.

Survey for cargo vessel safety radio certificate.

The fees for the issuance of a cargo vessel safety radio certificate
shall be
(a)
for vessels of less than 500 GRT, US $ 50;
(c) for vessels of more than 500 GRT, US $ 50 and an additional
US $ 0.2, for every extra tonne above 500.
13.
Survey for cargo vessel safety construction certificate.
The fees for the issuance of a cargo vessel safety construction
certificate shall be
(a)
for vessels of less than 500 GRT, US $ 500;
(d) for vessels of more than 500 GRT, US $ 500 and an
additional US $ 0.2, for every extra tonne above 500.

14. Load Line Certificate


The fees payable for the issuance of a load line certificate, with or
without a load line exemption certificate, shall be as specified in
Schedule 5.
15. Safe manning certificate

Thefee payable for the issuance of a minimum safe manning survey


certificate shall be US $ 50.
16. Safe management
(1) The fee payable for the issuance
managementcertificate shall be US $ 500

of

safety

(2) The fee payable for the issuance of a Document Compliance


certificate shall be US $ 500.
17. General and miscellaneous fees
The fees payable for general and miscellaneous mattersshall be as
specified in Schedule 6.
18. Penalty
(1)Interest at a rate of 20% per annum, compounded monthly, shall
be payable in respect of the outstanding balance of any fee after the
due date.
(2)Offences committed to obstruct a proper officer or surveyor to
perform his duties, shall be punishable under the Act.
19. Payment of fees
(1) All fees shall be paid to the maritime administration unit of
the Partner State.
(2) Fees shall be paid within the time stated in the relevant
invoice.
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(3) Fees shall be paid in the equivalent in a Partner States


currency of the United States dollars.
(4) All

fees

are

non-refundable

SCHEDULES
Regulation 3
SCHEDULE 1
FEES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES TO
MEMBERS OF THE CREW AND OTHER PERSONS ON THE
VESSEL

1. Certificate for rating forming part of a navigational watch-US$ 5


2. Certificate for rating forming part of an engineering watch- US$
5
3. Certificate for deck officer- US$ 25
4. Certificate for engineer officer- US$ 25
5. Mandatory certificate- US$ 5
6. Endorsement for a certificate - US$ 5
7. Certificate for able bodied members of the crew and motormenUS$ 5
8. Certificate for compass adjuster- US$ 20
9. Extension of validity of certificate of competency and
qualifications- US$.10

SCHEDULE 2
Regulation 4
FEES FOR MANNING
1. Fees for crew agreement - US$ 20
2. Fees for record books of officers- US$ 10
3. Fees for dispensation and evaluation of foreign certificateUS$ 100 per year

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SCHEDULE 3
Regulation 5
FEES FOR REGISTRATION AND LICENSING OF VESSELS
A. Fees for registration of vessels of 50 GT or more tonnage
1. Initial registration of vessel - US$ 500;
2. Change of name of a vessel - US $ 50;
3. Fee of ownership of a vessel - US $ 150;
4. Bill of sale - US$ 100;
5. Discharge of mortgage - US$ 250;
6. Registration anew as a result of alteration to vessel - US$ 500;
7. Registration of alteration to vessel except registry a new as a
result of such alteration - US$250;
8. Provisional registration - US$ 200;
9. Replacement of registration certificate-US$ 150;
10.
Registration of mortgage - US$ 120
11.
Licensing of unregistered vessel of 50 GT or more US$.500
12.
Witnessing of declaration before registrar of vessels US$.10

B. Annual vessel fee-US$ 20 for initial 1,000 tons and for


every 100 tons or part thereof, over 1,000 tons, 50 US cents.

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C. Unregistered vessels (vessels of less than 50 GT and


vessels exempted from registration under section 14 (2) of
the Act)
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1
Fees for sailing vessels and vessels propelled by oars
or paddles (a) of up to 4 meters in length - US$ 0.5
(b) for every meter or part thereof, over 4 meters US$ 0.1
2
Fees for mechanically propelled vessels and vessels
tilled with auxiliary engines
(a) of up to and including 4 meters in length- US$.10
(b) for every meter or part thereof over 4 meters US$.1
3
4

Fees for change of name of vessel US$ .20


Fees for change of particulars of licence US$.20;
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Fees for transfer of license US$.20;
6Fees for transfer of mortgage US$.20;
7Fees for bill of sale, and discharge of mortgage - US$.20.

SCHEDULE 4
Regulations 6, 7, 8 and 9
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FEES PAYABLE FOR SURVEY OF VESSELS AND


TONNAGE MEASUREMENT
A.
1.
-

Survey of vessels for tonnage measurement


Fees for the tonnage measurement for vessels of a length of

(a) less than 24 meters - US$ 65;


(b) between 24 meters and 36 meters - US$ 130;
(c) more than 36 meters, but not exceeding 55 meters US$ 300;
(d) more than 55 meters, but not exceeding 68 meters US $ 600;
(e) more than 68 meters - US$ 750.
2. Checking of tonnage computation of a vessel previously
measured in a Partner State by the maritime administration unit
of the Partner State, for the purpose of provisional registration or
otherwise US $ 150.
B.

Survey of passenger vessels for safety certificate


Fees for the survey of (a) vessels of more than 600 tons- US$ 500, plus an
additional US$ 10 for each 100 tons or part thereof
above 600 tons;
(b) vessels of more than 300 tons but not exceeding 600
tons- US$ 400;
(c)
vessels of more than 100 tons but not exceeding 300
tons- US$ 300;
(d) vessels of more than 50 tons but not exceeding 100
tons-US$ 250;
(e) vessels of up to 50 tons-US$ 200.
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C.
Item

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Survey of a vessel for cargo safety certificate


Tonnage of vessel

Fees
(1)
(2)
(3)
Survey
Survey
Intermediate
for first
for
or annual
issue of renewal survey during
certificate
of
period of
certificate validity of
certificate
500 tons or over, but US$ 975 US$ 875 US$ 775
under 1000
1000 tons or over,
US$
US$
US$ 1000
but under 3000 tons 1200
1100
3000 tons or over,
US$
US$
US$ 1300
but under 6000 tons 1500
1400
6,000 tons or over
US$
US$
US$ 2300
but under 8000
2500
2400
8000 tons or over,
US$
US$
US$ 2400
but under 9000 tons 2600
2500
9000 tons or over but US$
US$
US$ 2500
under 20,000 tons
2700
2600
20000 tons or over, US$
US$
US$ 2700
but under 50000
2900
2800
50000 tons or over
US$
US$3400 US$ 3300
3500

D. Survey of a vessel for the issuance of a local safety


certificate
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Fee
Item
1.

2.

Description of First Issue


vessel
Sailing vessels
US $5
and
vessels
propelled by oars
paddles of up to
and including 4
meters in Length.
For every meter
or part thereof
over 4 meters
US$.1Vessels
being
rowing
boats up to 4
meters in length.
Mechanically
US$.10
propelled vessels
and vessels filled
with
auxiliary
engines up to and
including
4
meters in length.
For every meter US$ 375
or part thereof
over 4 meters
US$.1
Vessels over 50 US$ 550
tons to 100 tons
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Renewal
US $5

US$.10

US$ 300

US$ 500

US$ 700

5.

Vessels over 100 US$ 750


tons to 500 tons

US$ 950

6.

Vessels over 500 US$ 1000


tons to 1600 tons
Vessels
over US$ 1200
1600 tons to
3000 tons

US$ 1000

7.

Vessels
3000 tons

over

E.

1
Survey of vessels for IGC (International Gas Carrier)
code certificate- US$700.
2
Intermediate annual or additional survey- US$ 400;
3
Survey or inspection a vessel to determine whether
certain equipment or documents comply with the
prescribed specifications-US$ 400;
4
Issuance of a certificate of inspection where requiredUS$ 40.
SCHEDULE 5
Regulation 14
FEES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A LOAD LINE
CERTIFICATE
Item

Description of vessel

Survey for Intermediate


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Under 50 tons

1st issue or
or annual
renewal of
survey
certificate
US$ 10
US$ 25

50 150 tons

US$ 105

US$ 35

150 300 tons

US$ 150

US$ 50

300 500 tons

US$ 180

US$ 60

500 1000 tons

US$ 225

US$ 75

1000 1500 tons

US$ 270

US$ 90

1500 2000 tons

US$ 315

US$ 105

2000 4000 tons

US$ 360

US$ 120

4000 6000 tons

US$ 405

US$ 135

10

6000 8000 tons

US$ 450

US$ 150

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8000 10,000 tons

US$ 495

US$ 165

12

10,000 and above

US$ 600

US$ 200

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SCHEDULE 6
Regulation 17

GENERAL AND MISCELLENEOUS FEES


1. Inspection of life-saving appliances and life-raft service
stations
(1)
A fee of US $ 30 per surveyor-hour or part thereof shall be
payable for (a) the examination of the design of a life-saving appliance;
(b) the inspection of the first appliance manufactured to that
design;
(c) if required, the issuance of a certificate of approval;
(d) the inspection during construction, for the certification or
re-certification of a boat or buoyant apparatus, and for the
issuance of a report of inspection.
(2)
The following fees shall be payable for the inspection and
stamping of life-jackets at the premises of the manufacturer or the
maritime administration unit (a) a prototype testing life-jacket - US$ 75 per sample;
(b) stamp only, per life-jacket - US$ 0.5;
(c) certificate of approval US$ 500.
(3)
A fee of US$ 30 shall be payable per attendance at a liferaft service station at the request of the
service station or the
master or owner of the vessel to which the life raft belongs.
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(4)A fee of US$ 10 shall be payable for the issuance of a certificate


of approval based on the approval of another competent authority.
(5)A fee of US$ 50 shall be payable for every two visits by a
surveyor for the inspection and approval of a life raft service
station, with an additional fee of US$ 30 per surveyor-hour or part
thereof, for every additional visit.
(6)
In this paragraph boat, means a lifeboat, rescue boat, life
raft, survival craft or other boat
carried in a vessel and intended
for use as a life-saving appliance.

2. Inspection of fire appliances service station


(1) A fee of US$ 30 per surveyor-hour or part thereof shall be
payable for
(a) the examination of the design of a fire appliance;
(b) the inspection of the first appliance manufactured to
that design;
(c) if required, the issuance of a certificate of approval,
for the witnessing of tests of fire extinguishers, fire
detecting apparatus, smoke helmets and breathing
apparatus, fire pump units, spray nozzles and similar
appliances, and for the issuance of a report of inspection.
(2) A fee of US$ 10 shall be payable for the issuance of a
certificate of approval based on the approval of another
competent authority.

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(3)A fee of US$ 50 shall be payable for every two visits by a


surveyor for the inspection and approval of fire appliances service
station, with an additional fee of US$ 30 per surveyor-hour or part
thereof, for every additional visit.

3. Inspection of crew accommodation


(1) A fee of US$ 3 per compartment shall be payable for the
issuance of a certificate under the provisions of the
Regulations on the accommodation of members of the
crew.
(2) A fee of US$ 12 per inspection is payable for the inspection
of accommodation for members of the crew, as a result of a
complaint about such accommodation, but no fee shall be
payable if, in the opinion of the officer making the
inspection, there were no reasonable grounds for the
complaint.
4. Dangerous cargoes
The following fees shall be payable for the services respectively
referred to, in accordance with the provisions of the Regulations
regarding the carriage of dangerous goods (a) granting of an exemption - US$ 15
(b) inspection of a vessel in which explosives or other
dangerous goods are proposed to be carried, to determine

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(i)

before loading, whether the vessel is equipped and in


all other respects suitable to carry such goods - US$
30, per visit;
(ii) whether the proposed stowage complies with the
applicable requirements - US$ 30, per visit;
(iii) during loading and upon completion of loading,
whether the goods have been handled and stowed in
accordance with the applicable requirements US$
30, per visit;

(c) inspection of a magazine or container


(i) the travel and subsistence expenses of the officer
concerned and US$ 30 per inspection of not more than five
magazines or containers; or
(ii) if more than five magazines or containers are to be
inspected- US$ 30, and US $ 30 per surveyor-hour or part
thereof;
(d) inspection of a vessel for a document of compliance - US$
55 for two visits to the vessel by a surveyor, and US$ 30
per surveyor-hour or part thereof, for every additional visit.

5. Grain cargoes
The following fees shall be payable for the services respectively
referred to, provided in terms of the Lake Victoria (Maritime Safety)
Regulations -

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Item Examination or inspection


Fee
Initial
examination
and US$ 120
1
approval of a grain loading
plan for a vessel.
US$ 45
2
Examination and approval of a
grain loading plan for a sister
vessel, having arrangements
similar to those in a vessel
referred to in item 1.
3
US$ 80
Examination and approval of a
grain-loading plan that has
been altered as a result of
alterations to the vessel or to
the arrangements thereof made
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after the approval of the US$ 35
original plan.
5
Inspection on first installation US$ 25 for each
of fittings required by a grain- 1000 tons of cargo or
part thereof, subject
loading plan.
to a maximum of
Initial inspection of a vessel US$ 160.
for a certificate of suitability
to load grain, and the final
inspection for a grain-loading
certificate.

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6. Timber deck cargoes


A fee of US$ 30 per surveyor-hour or part thereof shall be payable
for the inspection of the stowage plans, fittings, stowage and securing
of timber deck cargoes, subject to a minimum fee of US$ 60 per
vessel.

7. Livestock cargo
A fee of US$.50 per surveyor hour or part thereof shall be payable for
the inspection of the stowage plans, fittings, stowage and securing of
livestock cargoes subject to a minimum fee of US$.60 per vessel.
8. Partial inspections
(1)
In the case of a vessel required to hold a safety
certificate, the following fees shall be
payable for a
partial inspection, and for the issuance, where applicable, of a
certificate of inspection or for the endorsement of a record of
safety equipment -

Item
Tonnage of vessel
1 Less than 25 tons
2

Fees
US$ 10

25 tons to 100 tons

US$ 15
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Over 100 tons to 500 tons

US$ 20

Over 500 tons

US$ 25

(2)Where a vessel is inspected to determine whether minor


defects that were found in the course of a routine inspection
have been remedied, the fees specified in subparagraph (1) shall
be payable.
(3) Where a vessel is inspected in order to obtain an extension
of a safety certificate or of a load line certificate, a fee
equal to 50% of the fee payable in terms of the various
applicable provisions of this Part for the full survey
required for the issue of such safety certificate or load line
certificate or for the extension of an annual hull survey,
shall be payable.
(4) Where plans or drawings, in respect of construction or
alterations, not otherwise covered by the Regulations are
presented for scrutiny or approval, a fee of US$30 per
surveyor-hour or part thereof shall be payable.
(5) The following fees shall be payable on the inspection and
approval of the stability book or stability statement of a
vessel Item

Tonnage of vessel

Fees
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Up to 20 tons to 100 tons

US$ 25

Over 100 tons to 500 tons

US$ 35

Over 500 tons to 1600 tons

US$ 60

Over 1600 tons

US$ 120

(6) The fees specified cover the original submission and


inspection of the book or statement and one re-submission and
inspection and where further re-submissions and inspections are
required before approval, an additional fee of US$30 per resubmission and inspection shall be payable.
(7) A fees of US$30 per surveyor-hour or part thereof, shall be
payable for the services of a surveyor to witness and verify
an inclining experiment.
(8) The following fees shall be payable for the issuance of the
respective certificates (a) a fee of US$ 25 for a certificate of high speed craft
safety certificate;
(b) a fee of US$ 25 for a permit to operate a high speed
craft;
(c) a fee of US$ 25 for a special purpose vessel safety
certificate;
a fee of US$ 50 for a diving system safety certificate.

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9. Examination of Certificate of Competency


(1) The following fees shall be payable for the issuance of the
respective certificates of competency (a) rating forming part of a navigational watch - US$ 10;
(b) rating forming part of an engineering watch - US$ 10;
(c) able bodied members of the crew - US$ 15;
(d) motorman - US$ 15.
(2) A fee of US$10 shall be payable for the issuance of a
certified copy of a lost, mutilated or damaged certificate of
competency, except in cases where the certificate is lost,
mutilated or damaged due to a wreck of the vessel or fire on
board the vessel.

10. Certificates of competency for engineer officer


(1) The following fees shall be payable for the issuance of the
respective certificates of competency (a) Marine Engineer Officer Class 4 or endorsement (i) whole examination for the certificate (steam, motor
or combined steam and motor) - US$ 25;
(ii) part of the examination - US$ 15;
(iii) endorsement (steam or motor) examination - US$
15.
(b)
officer in charge of an engineering watch or
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(i) whole examination for the certificate (steam, motor


or combined steam and
motor) - US$ 30;
(ii)
part of the examination - US$ 20; (iii)
ndorsement (steam or motor) examination - US$ 20;
(iv) oral examination - US$.20;
(c) Second Engineer or endorsement (i)
whole examination for the certificate (steam,
motor or combined steam and
motor) - US$
45;
(ii)
endorsement (steam or motor) examination US$ 25;
(d) Chief Engineer Officer or endorsement (i) whole examination for the certificate (steam, motor
of combined steam and
motor) - US$ 55;
(ii) endorsement (steam or motor) examination - US$
65;
(e) Chief Engineer Officer (Special Grade)- US$ 65.
(2)

A candidate holding an exempting qualification for part of


the examination shall pay the full fee at the first attempt for
part of such examination but where it becomes necessary to
resist such examination, the candidate hall be required to pay
for only part of the examination.
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(3)
For examination for credit subjects, re-examination in
the oral examination, or
examination in a deferred subject - 50% of the specified fee.
(4)
A fee of US$ 10 shall be payable for a dangerous cargo
endorsement on a certificate of competency.
(5)
A fee of US$ 10 shall be payable for the revalidation
of a certificate of competency.
(6)
A fee of US$ 10 shall be payable for the issue of a
certified copy of a lost, mutilated or damaged certificate of
competency or service, except in cases where the certificate was
lost, mutilated or damaged due to a wreck of the vessel or fire on
board vessel.

11. Certificates of competency for deck officer


(1) The following fees shall be payable for examinations for the
certificates of competency respectively specified (a) Deck Officer Class 5: Whole examination - US$ 25;
(b) Deck Officer Class 4: Whole examination - US$ 25;
(c) Officer in charge of a navigational watch: Whole
examination - US$ 30;
(d) Master near coastal: Whole examination - US$ 30;
(e) Chief mate: Whole examination - US$ 45;
(f) Master: Whole examination - US$ 60;
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(g) Master up to 3000 GT - US$ 30.


(2) A fee of US$.10 shall be payable for a dangerous cargo
endorsement on a certificate of
competency.
(3) A fee of US$.10 shall be payable for the revalidation of a
certificate of competency.
(4) A fee of US$.10 shall be payable for the issuance of a certified
copy of a lost, mutilated or
damaged certificate of competency or service, except in cases
where the certificate was lost, mutilated or damaged due to a wreck
of the vessel or fire on board the vessel.
12. Certificate of competence for small vessel
The following fees shall be payable for examinations for a
certificate of competency for small
vessels(a) for examination for a certificate of competency as a skipper of
a small vessel - US$ 10;
(b) for the issue of a certified copy of a lost, mutilated or
damaged certificate of competence - US$ 5.
13. Certificates of qualification

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(1) The following fees shall be payable for examination for the
certificates of
qualification respectively specified (a) proficiency in survival craft - US$ 10;
(b) rating forming part of navigation watch or ordinary
sailor US$.10
(c) rating forming part of an engineering watch or Greaser
US$.10
(d) efficient deck cook - US$.5
(e) able bodied member of the crew - US$.15
(f) oiler - US$.15
(g) for an endorsement of an additional qualification US$ 5.
(2) A fee of US$ 10 shall be payable for the issuance of a
certified copy of a lost, mutilated or
damaged certificate of qualification, except in cases where
the certificate was lost, mutilated or damaged due to a wreck
of the vessel or fire on board the vessel.
14. Licensing of compass adjuster
(1) The following fees shall be payable for the examination
and licensing of compass
adjusters (a)
compass adjuster (restricted) - US$ 15;
(b)
compass adjuster (unrestricted) US$.15;
(c) for the written and oral parts of the examination if
attempted concurrently - US$ 15;
(d) for the practical part of the examination - US$ 15;
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(e)

for re-examination in the oral examination - US$ 15.

(2) A fee of US$ 5 shall be payable for the issuance of a


certified copy of a lost, mutilated or
damaged license, except in cases where the license was lost,
mutilated or damaged due to a wreck of the vessel or fire on
board the vessel.
15. Dispensations and evaluation of foreign certificate of
competency
The following fees shall be payable for dispensations granted in
accordance with the Act or Regulations made under the Act (a)
where the foreign certificate is recognized - US$ 25;
(b) where the foreign certificate has to be evaluated before
dispensation can be granted - US$.50.

MARINE POLLUTION FEES


16. Survey of vessel for IOPP certificate
(1) The following fees shall be payable for the survey of a
vessel for an IOPP certificate(a) initial or renewal survey where the period of validity of
the certificate is five years (i) fishing vessel US$ 30;
(ii)
vessel (other than an oil tanker) of over 400
tons- US$ 255;
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(iii)
oil tanker of over 150 tons, up to 4 000 DWTUS$ 255;
(iv)
oil tanker of over 4 000 DWT - US$ 400.
(b) annual survey- US$ 70;
(c) intermediate or additional survey - US$ 120

17. Survey of vessel for INLS certificate


The following fees shall be payable for the survey of a vessel for
an INLS certificate (a) initial or renewal survey where the period of validity
of the certificate is five years (i) chemical tanker (all vessel types)- US$ 514;
(ii) oil tanker capable of carrying specified noxious
liquid substances in bulk in
designated cargo tanks, per tank -US$ 35;
(b) annual survey (i) chemical tanker- US$ .500;
(ii) oil tanker capable of carrying specified noxious
liquid substances in bulk in
designated cargo tanks, per tank - US$ 15;
(c) intermediate or additional survey (i) chemical tanker- US$ 255;
(ii) oil tanker capable of carrying specified noxious
liquid substances in bulk in
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designated cargo tanks, per tank US$ 20.

18. Survey of vessel for IBC Code certificate


The following fees shall be payable for the survey of a vessel for an
IBC Code certificate (a) initial or renewal survey where the period of validity
of the certificate is
five years- US$ 600;
(b) intermediate, annual or additional survey-US$ 30 per
surveyor-hour or part thereof.

19. Survey of vessel for BCH Code certificate


The following fees shall be payable for the survey of a vessel for
a BCH Code certificate (a) initial or renewal survey where the period of validity
of the certificate is five years - US$ 600;
(b) intermediate, annual or additional survey - US$ 30 per
surveyor-hour or part thereof.

20. Survey of vessels for IGC Code

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The following fees shall be payable for the survey of a


vessel for a IGC Code certificate(a) initial or renewal survey where the period of validity
of the certificate is five years - US$ 600;
(b) intermediate, annual or additional survey - US$ 30 per
surveyor-hour or part thereof.

21. Survey of offshore installation for pollution safety certificate


A fee of US$ 700 and the travel and subsistence expenses of the
surveyor concerned shall be payable in respect of the survey of an
offshore installation for the issuance of a pollution safety certificate.
22. Certificates of marine pollution liability
A fee of US$ 145 shall be payable for the issuance of a certificate of
insurance or other financial security referred to in the Civil Liability
for Oil Pollution Damage 1969.

23. Survey or inspection of equipment and documents


(1) Where a surveyor carries out a survey or inspection to
determine whether
certain equipment or documents comply with the
prescribed specifications, a
fee of US$ 30 per surveyor-hour or part thereof shall be
payable.

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(2) Where a certificate of inspection is required, an additional


fee of US$ 30 shall be
payable.
(3) A fee of US$ 10 shall be payable for the issuance of a
certificate of approval based
on the approval of another competent authority.

24. Survey or inspection under Annex II to MAR POL 1973/78


(1) Where a surveyor carries out a survey or inspection to
determine whether the
provisions of Annex II to MARPOL 1973/78 have been
complied with, a fee
of US$ 30 per cargo tank surveyed or inspected shall be
payable.
(2) Where a certificate of inspection is required, an additional
fee of US$ 30 shall be
payable.
25. Provisional assessment of noxious liquid substances
A fee of US$ 130 shall be payable for each noxious liquid substance
provisionally assessed in terms of regulation 3(4) of Annex II to
MAR POL 1973/78.
26. Transshipment of oil

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A fee of US$.145 per day, or US$ 10 per hour if it is not a full day,
and the officer's travel and subsistence expense shall be payable for
the attendance of a representing officer.
27. Detention fee
A fee of US$.150 shall be payable where a vessel is detained under
the Act.

MISCELLANEOUS FEES

28. Discharge book and official logbook


(1) A fee of US$.25 shall be payable for the official logbook,
whether the application is
made at a place where there is an authorized officer or not or
to replace a lost, mutilated or damaged discharge book, unless
the discharge book is been lost, mutilated or damaged due to a
wreck of the vessel or fire on board the vessel.
(2) A fee of US$.10 shall be payable for any other logbook.

29. Engagement and discharge of a member of the crew


(1) Subject to sub-regulations (2) and (3), where a member of
the crew is engaged or discharged before a authorized officer
under the Act, a fee of US$.2 shall be payable by the master
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or owner of the vessel from which the member of the crew is


engaged or discharged.
(2) Where the engagement or discharge of a member of the
crew is effected on board a vessel at a port in a Partner State,
the fee payable in terms of subparagraph (1) is subject to an
additional fee of US$ 20 for each visit that the authorized
officer is required to make to the vessel in order to complete
the discharge.
(3) Where the engagement or discharge of a member of the
crew is effected on board a vessel at a port outside a Partner
State at the request of the master or owner of the vessel, the
authorized officer's travel and subsistence expenses shall be
payable in addition to the applicable fees on normal working
hours and US$ 30 outside the normal working hours of the
maritime administration unit of the Partner State.
30. Extra and special attendance
A fee of US$ 30 per hour or part thereof and the travel and
subsistence expenses of the surveyor or authorized officer shall be
payable for the attendance of a surveyor or proper officer on a
Saturday, a Sunday, a public holiday or at any other time outside the
normal working hours of the maritime administration unit of the
Partner State.
31. Surveys in other Partner States
Where the attendance of a surveyor or an authorized officer is
required in another Partner State the travel and subsistence expenses
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of the surveyor or authorized officer shall be payable in addition to


any applicable fee.

32. Inland attendance and extraordinary attendance


Where the attendance of an authorized officer is required at any
place on the Lake outside the normal working hours the authorized
officers travel and subsistence expenses shall be payable in addition
to any applicable fee.

33. Consultative services


(1) Where a person requests a consultative service, the fee
prescribed for that service shall
be payable.
(2) If the service requested is not fully specified in this
determination, a fee of US$ 30
per surveyor-hour or part thereof shall be payable.
(3) Where an officer is requested to interpret any requirement
applicable to a particular class or
category of vessel, a fee of US$ 30 per surveyor-hour or part
thereof shall be payable.

34.

Exemption certificate.
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A fee of US$ 100 shall be payable when an exemption


Certificate is granted to a vessel under and in accordance with
the provisions of the SOLAS 1974.
35. Fees and expenses of the receiver of wrecks.
The receiver of wrecks shall be reimbursed the expenses
incurred by him in performing his duties

36. Travel and subsistence expenses


Unless otherwise stated, travel and subsistence expenses shall be
calculated in accordance with the tariffs approved by the
Administration.
37. Copies of documents
Where a person requests a copy of a document belonging to the
Administration for commercial purposes, a fee of US$ 20 shall be
payable.
38.

Extension of validity of certificate

There shall be a fee at the rate of 25% of the annual fee paid for the
extension of validity of certificates.
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