The fees for 2018 set by the Ministry of Transport and Communications, are noticeably lower than 2017. For 2018, safety fees are reduced by 8.5 per cent on average and the pilot readiness fee is increased by 1.9 per cent on average.
«The set fees for 2018 provides a real fee reduction compared to expected wage growth and cost inflation, which is about 2.5 per cent for 2018,” says Director for Maritime Safety in the Norwegian Coastal Administration, Arve Dimmen.
The Pilotage Readiness Fee exemption for vessels up to 8000 GT is continued to boost Short Sea Shipping. Vessels with high scoring on The Environmental Ship Index (ESI) will also continue to receive exemption from the Pilot Readiness Fee.
The Pilotage fee are used to finance the costs of the Pilot Service, in addition to the 86 million NOK financed by the Norwegian government to strengthen Short Sea Shipping.
Chart providers offer digital sailing routes to Norwegian ports
Mariners, who subscribe to electronic charts from PRIMAR, now also get access to the Norwegian Coastal Administration's digital reference routes for navigation in PRIMAR’s chart service.
Work will now begin on the Stad Ship Tunnel
The Norwegian Coastal Administration has received the assignment letter from the Ministry of Transport and Communications, which gives a green light to start preparations for the construction of the Stad Ship Tunnel.
Safer Shipping in the Arctic
ArcticInfo is a website that provides information about the conditions in Arctic waters, and decision support to support safer voyages. By increasing maritime safety in the High North, we reduce the risk of unwanted incidents and accidents.
New AI monitoring tool introduced in the VTS service
The Norwegian Coastal Administration will soon introduce a new digital decision support tool based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms that provides more automated monitoring of ship traffic. The tool gives VTS centres a better basis for earlier detection of unwanted and critical traffic situations.
Fees for 2021
Fees for 2021 have increased to meet the expected increase in prices and wages by 2.1 per cent on average in 2021. The Norwegian government will finance the loss in income caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021.
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