docking fee

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a fee charged for a vessel to use a dock


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The captain of the port expressed hope that the Fact-Finding Commission on Corruption and Embezzlement will initiate an investigation to prove the ownership of these two yachts, whose docking fees have not been paid by the ousted president's family.
Costa will also reap the benefits of decreased embarkation time by the ability of setting sail more quickly than previously accustomed to, thus saving expensive port docking fees.
Over water costs may include: temporary dry storage costs, fuel, oil, parking, docking fees and en route.
The revenues pledged vary by issuer, and include airport net revenues, hospital net revenues, performance ticket surcharges, and boat harbor docking fees.
It creates a 12,000 mile supply chain, which adds other issues, such as risk of manufacturing interruption, poor product quality, and higher transport costs, such as from two sets of docking fees, and higher inventory levels to accommodate transit time.
Sea-Land will pay wharfage and docking fees for its ships and will have a "reserved parking space" on the dock at regularly scheduled times.