The tariff regulations determine what Ghent Port Company's customers have to pay for the use of all kinds of services. For example for the delivery of drinking water to inland and seagoing vessels, the use of working vessels, the use of the fire-fighting boat, the ro/ro pontoon, vehicles, materials, cable channels and crane rails, the use of port sites and the delivery of ship-generated waste by inland navigation.
The tariff regulations also contain the port dues. Each vessel that moors in the port has to pay the appropriate dues, being maritime dues, inland dues or floating dues. The regulations also stipulate all exemptions to this.
The tariff regulations equally set the cost price for the services within the framework of port security (e.g. the price of a port card for being allowed access to the port area).
Below you can find the 2017 tariff regulations for port of Ghent. Below, you can also consult extra information on the goods nomenclature and on instructions.
- Port of Ghent tariff regulations - 2017 (pdf)
- Instructions and formalities for the registration of seagoing vessels [167.7Kb] (pdf)
- Instructions and formalities for signing in and out of inland vessels [175.6Kb] (pdf)
- Instructions and formalities for companies loading and unloading seagoing and/or inland vessels [198.1Kb] (pdf)
- Nomenclature of the goods [420.6Kb] (pdf)