The pilotage fees consist of the pilotage readiness fee, pilotage service fee and pilot exemption certificate fee.
The Norwegian Coastal Administration is partly financed by vessels that sail in Norwegian waters or to Norwegian ports. The Norwegian Coastal Administration's fees include pilotage fees and safety fee.
The safety fee is authorised by Act no. 19 of 17 April 2009 relating to ports and fairways (Section 24).
The fee calculator enables you to calculate pilotage and safety fees.
All vessels that would like to pay one or more annual fees must order these through SafeSeaNet Norway before the end of the year. An invoice will be issued then based on the order.
Ship tunnel project ready for next phase
The Ministry of Transport and Communications has received the result of the extensive work done by the Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) as commissioned by the Ministry in 2015. The delivery includes a technical pre-project, approved regulatory plans with impact assessment, and a central project management document. Thus, the project is ready for quality assurance phase 2 (KS 2)
NCA will build the world’s first ship tunnel
It is now formally stated that Stad Ship Tunnel is part of the Norwegian National Transport Plan (NTP) in the period of 2018 to 2029. This paves the way for the Norwegian Coastal Administration efforts to build the world's first full-scale ship tunnel.
Maritime Safety Analysis 2015
The NCA elaborated the report Maritime Safety in Norwegian Waters 2015 - 2040. The analysis was given to The Norwegain Department of Transport and Communications. It is an important basis for further work on maritime safety, both nationally and internationally.
The pubication serves as a fundament for decisionmaking on future martime safety in Norwegain waters, and on how to prioritize and scale activites and measures to meet future maritime traffic and new technologies.
Increased oil spill preparedness in ice-filled waters
The Norwegian Coastal Administration has signed a contract for the delivery of more resilient oil containment booms for use in ice-filled waters.
Our emergency resources and action safeguarded the environment
On the 22nd of February a vessel came close to running aground at Jæren. There was a great risk of acute pollution of a vulnerable natural area.
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