Tariff & Conditions of Service

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Tariff & Conditions of Service

Agency Tariff
Non-Liner
Effective January 1, 2011

1.0 TANKERS (Product, Crude, Gas & Parcel)
1.1 Any tonnage $3,500
2.0 Dry Bulk Cargo
2.1 Any tonnage $3,500
3.0 General Cargo
3.1 Hazardous Cargo $3,750
3.2 All other general cargoes $3,500
4.0 Protective/Supervisory
4.1 All vessel types $1,750

All the above listed fees are based on typical port stay not to exceed five days and one cargo berth.

5.0 Ancillary
5.1 Crew Changes (per person) $125
5.2 Spare Parts (per AWB) $125
5.3 Crew Medical attendance (coordination of appointments, transportation, processing billing) $50
5.4 Extra Days (per day/after 5 days in port) $500
5.5 Extra Berths/Anchorages (per berth/after 1 berth/anchorage) $750
5.6 Attendance of USDA, NCB or Surveyor re-inspections (per re-inspection) $350
5.7 Coordination & attendance of USCG Tank Vessel “Certificate of Compliance” Examination $350
6.0 Sundries (applicable to all vessels)
6.1 Agency Auto Hire ($1.05 per mile) $750
6.2 Agency Overtime ($45 per hour/4-hour minimum call-out) $450
6.3 Postage, Blanks & Petties $250
6.4 U.S. Customs & Border Protection Vessel Term Bond use $450
6.5 Formal Entrance/Clearance at U.S. Customs House $300
6.6 Courier (minimum) $250
6.7 Communications
6.7.1 System Charge (Fax – Email – Telephone domestic long distance) $500
6.7.2 Usage (Int’l Long Distance, Inmarsat, Cellular minutes- Long Distance & Roaming) cost plus 20%
6.7.3 Cellular rental (flat charge per voyage plus usage) $100
6.7.4 Agent Cellular Phone & usage (flat) $125
6.8 Photocopy ($0.30 per copy) $100
6.9 Bank Charges $75
7.0 Special Services
7.1 Report Filing
7.1.1 Medical or Special Requests Parole, USCG Deviations, Marine Incident, U.S. Customs & Border Protection Diversion, Delay in Departure, Manifest Discrepancy, Cancellation/Re-Clearance $250
7.1.2 AMS Initial Setup quote on request
7.1.2.1 AMS Filing (per manifest) $300
7.1.2.2 AMS Filing (per bill of lading) $20
7.1.3 Notary/Sea Protest $125
7.1.4 Stowaways/Deserters (per person) $500
7.1.5 Security filing requirements (Federal, Local, Terminal) $300
7.1.6 U.S. Coast Guard E-NOA/D Initial Filing $750
7.1.6.1 U.S. Coast Guard E-NOA/D Filing updates (per filing/notice) $100
7.1.7 Hacienda Manifest filing report $600
7.1.8 Departure Crew Manifest, Dangerous Cargo Manifest) each port $100
7.1.9 Dangerous Cargo Manifest (each port) $300
7.2 Cash to Master ($590 plus 1%/minimum) $650

Corpus Christi • Houston • Lake Charles • New Orleans
New York • San Juan • Pascagoula • Ponce

  • All Agency and third party services require advance funding or arrangement for direct billing.
  • Balance due invoices are due upon receipt.
  • Excess funds shall remain on account unless refunds are requested.
  • Special Services in connection with casualty attendance shall entitle Agent to additional compensation as mutually agreed.
  • Bank charges are for account of the billed party.
  • Agent shall be entitled to reimbursement of all legal fees, government penalties, expenses and charges pertaining to the vessel’s call including collection fees and interest at 18% per annum on delinquent accounts.
  • Charges in some ports may vary due to local requirements.
  • Lump Sum rates quoted upon request. Lump Sum charges are inclusive of blanks & petties, customary local communications, agent autohire, attendance at one cargo berth, 3 days in port and 10 hours of agent’s overtime.

Members: Maritime Exchange for the Delaware River and Bay • Mississippi River Maritime Association • Puerto Rico Steamship Association • West Gulf Maritime Association • Maritime Association of NY/NJ