16. (1) For the purposes of this section,
- “breadth of the ship”
“breadth of the ship” means the maximum breadth, measured in metres and centimetres, between the outside of the shell plating of the hull of a ship; (largeur du navire)
“draught” means the greatest depth of the submerged part of a ship, in metres and centimetres, at the time pilotage services are performed; (tirant d’eau)
- “pilotage unit”
“pilotage unit” means the quotient, rounded to the nearest hundredth, obtained by multiplying the squared breadth of the ship by the draught and dividing the product by 100; (unité de pilotage)
- “time factor”
“time factor” means the product obtained by multiplying the draught of the ship by the number of hours or portion thereof during which the ship is underway with a licensed pilot on board, but does not include any time during which the ship is beset with or is compelled to remain stopped on account of ice. (facteur de temps)
(2) Subject to subsections (3) to (5), the pilotage charge for a trip in non-compulsory waters is $8.71 per pilotage unit and $4.4105 per time factor.
(3) Subject to subsection (4), the minimum pilotage charge is $533 for each 24-hour period or part thereof in respect of the duration of a trip and the maximum pilotage charge is $3200 for the first 60-hour period.
(4) For each hour or part thereof in excess of the 60-hour period referred to in subsection (3), a charge of $48 is payable.
(5) During the time a ship is beset with or is compelled to remain stopped on account of ice, the pilotage charge is $36 per hour or part thereof to a maximum of 12 hours in any 24-hour period.
- SOR/2007-60, s. 11.
17. (1) If a pilot boat is used to embark or disembark a pilot, a pilotage charge is payable to the Authority in an amount equal to the basic charge prescribed by the Atlantic Pilotage Tariff Regulations in respect of the relevant port for a trip in the non-compulsory waters or, if the pilot embarks or disembarks at a pilot boarding station for a compulsory pilotage area or for a non-compulsory port area of the Authority, in an amount equal to the basic charge for that particular area.
(2) If a boat, other than a pilot boat, is used to embark or disembark a pilot in the waters of the Authority, a pilotage charge is payable to the Authority in an amount equal to the fee for the hire of the boat.
(3) All reasonable travel and associated expenses that are incurred by the pilot and that are directly associated with the performance of pilotage duties under these Regulations are payable to the Authority as a pilotage charge.
(4) For the purposes of this section, “pilot boat” means a boat owned, operated or chartered by the Authority but does not include a vessel that is used temporarily as a boat or tug.
- SOR/2007-60, s. 13(E).
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