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The rates currently in force at all ports managed by Puertos Canarios are based on Article 115 bis of the Legislative Decree 1/1994, dated 29 July, updated by the Resolution of January 13, 2017, and published in the Official Bulletin of the Canary Islands number 14, on Friday, 20 January 2017, informing about the amount of the fixed quantity of the fees of the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands for the year 2017.

There are different types of rates, T1, T2, T3, T4, …, which are accrued depending on the activity (pleasure navigation, touristic excursions, regular lines, cruises, special cements, fishing, etc.) and services provided for anchoring or docking, etc.).

T1: ENTRY AND STAY OF SHIPS

 
EUROS
Indoor steaming and coastal shipping
For each period of 24 hours or section greater than 6 hours
2,3457

For section up to 6 hours
1,1781
Outdoor steaming
For each period of 24 hours or section greater than 6 hours
5,3070
For the section up to 6 hours
2,6536

T2: DOCKING (24H PERIOD OR SECTION EQUAL OR GREATER THAN 6H)

 
EUROS
DISCOUNT
Docking
 
 
In dock
1,1781
more than 10 entries

In floating dock
€0,0856 x (length) 2
30%

T3: PASSAGE

 
EUROS
Passage
Bay or local
0.0856

Indoor steaming
0,4732

Tourist excursion or sport fishing
0,4732

Coastal fishing
0,8890

Outdoor steaming
4,6915

T4: GOODS

 
EUROS
Group of goods
First
0,2448

Second
0,3246

Third
0,4733

Fourth
0,6928

Fifth
0,9927
Roll on – Roll off
Motorcycle
1,1781

Car
1,9211
 
FULL
EMPTY
Van
1,5922
4,6915

Truck less than 6 m.
3,1206
9,3830

Truck greater than or equal to 6 m.
4,6915
14,0638

Bus
 
7,9606

Container 20 feet
3,1206
9,3830

Container 40 feet
4,6915
14,0638

Diesel oil and fuel oil in the cabotage regime. By tonnne.
 
0,3715

T5: FRESH FISHING

 
EUROS/KG
Group
Group 1
2,9507

Group 2
2,2183

Group 3
1,4754

Group 4
1,1038

Group 5
0,0530

Group 6
0,0636

Group 7
11,1449

T6. AQUICULTURE

The taxable event of the Tariff 6, Aquiculture, is the use by vessels and by aquaculture products of the port’s water, of works and port facilities that allow maritime access to the port and its stay at mooring, from fixed mooring elements or anchorage posts, fish handling areas and general police services.

See B.O.C. No. 145 of July 25, 2012

(Chapter VI, Article 115a – Fees for services provided in ports owned by the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands)

T7: RECREATIONAL AND SPORT CRAFT

 
€/m2/día
 
Anchoring in sheltered waters
0,0856

Docking craft point (Length x Beam)
0,1593

Docking craft point with not passable finger [length x (beam + 0.20)]
0,1593

Docking craft point with passable finger [length x (beam + 0,35)]
0,1593

Docking craft side
0,4733

Existence of water intake docking subject to rate
0,0490

Existence of making electric power docking subject to rate
0,0490

Dry coast
0,1061

Minimun anchor craft
23,4453

Minimun docking craft
78,1475

T8: CRANE SERVICE AND TRAVELIFT

 
EUROS
 
Up to 6 tonnes
46,9039

Up to 12 tonnes
93,7868

More than 12 tonnes
156,2829

T9: BOATYARD SERVICE, STORAGE, STORES AND BUILDINGS

 
€/DAY/M2
Open area
From 2 to 10 days
0,0224

From 11 to 30 days
0,0856

From 31 to 60 days
0,1603

More than 60 days
0,3347

Covered area
From 2 to 10 days
0,0525

From 11 to 30 days
0,1224

From 31 to 60 days
0,2082

More than 60 days
0,3696

Maneuver area
From 2 to 10 days
0,2082

From 11 to 30 days
0,7736

From 31 to 60 days
1,5922

More than 60 days
1,5922

Offices and stores
Single module
0,5888

T10: RAMPS FOR DRYDOCKING

Length x 2,1228€ m.l

T11: CAR PARKS

 
€/ Hour or section
Light vehicles
Motorcycles and similar
0,6368

Private car
1,2737

Trailer for craft
1,2740

Maximum for 24 hours
10,6142

Heavy vehicles
Buses, trucks and similar
5,0948

Maximum for 24 hours
31,8426

Fees

Dated April 8, 1991 and by departmental order, the maximum rates to be applied in the marinas of the Canary Islands depending on the Autonomous Community, were approved being the application of these rates exclusively to marinas under administrative concession.

Dated May 23, 1995, by departmental order, the order of 8th April 1991 about maximum rates to be applied in marinas of the Canary Islands it’s modified and extended.

The objective of the previously cited order is based on the convenience of introducing a mechanism that updates the prices automatically for all ports with the entry of each new year, as well as the need to attach certain modifications in the way of application of some of the rates approved with the purpose of ordering more rational system of docking in each port.

Dated 20 March 2012, the Board of Management of Puertos Canarios approves the maximum rates to be applied in the marinas of the Canary Islands, depending of the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands, under administrative concession. This is reflected in the Official Bulletin of the Canary Islands number 78 of 20th April , 2012.

T1: RATES

 
€/M2/DAY
DISCOUNT
 
 
 
Afloat mooring to docks and marshlands
0,27
10% quarterly, 20% bianual

Electricity and water supply
0,06
10% quarterly, 20% bianual

Seamanship service
0,06
10% quarterly, 20% bianual

Public service with hot water
0,03
10% quarterly, 20% bianual

General lighting of the docking area
0,02
10% quarterly, 20% bianual

Control tower or building
0,06
10% quarterly, 20% bianual

T2: SURFACE OCCUPATION

 
€/m2/days or section
Rate 2.1
1º to 7º day
0,3

8º to 14 day
0,45

More than 15 days
0,61
Rate 2.2
 
> 6 MONTHS
REST
1º to 7º day
0,48
1,25
8º to 14 day
0,95
2,21
More than 15 days
1,94
4,39
Rate 2.3
1º to 7º day
0,27

8º to 14 day
0,27

More than 15 days
0,27

T3: CAR PARKS

 
EUROS
T3.1.1 Light vehicles: Docking owners
Per minute
0,015

Maximum day
7,2

T3.1.2 Light vehicles: No docking owners
Per minute
0,03

Maximum day
14,4

T3.2 Buses and trucks
Per minute
0.06

Maximum day
28,8

T4: VESSELS WATER SUPPLY

 
EUROS
 
Ordinary day connection
11,59

Extraordinary day connection
17,38

T5: VESSELS POWER SUPPLY

 
EUROS
 
Ordinary day connection
11,59

Extraordinary day connection
17,38

T6: NETWORK CONECTION TO TELEPHONE COMPANY

 
EUROS
 
Ordinary day connection
11,59

Extraordinary day connection
17,38

T7: ANTENNA CONECTION

 
EUROS
 
Ordinary day connection
11,59

Extraordinary day connection
17,38

T8: CRAFT UP/DOWN IN TRAVEL LIFT

 
Euros
T8.1 UP OR DOWN
 
T8.1.1 OWNERS
T8.1.2 NO OWNERS
Up to 6 m
50,84
72,62

6-8 m
67,78
96,82

8-10 m
84,73
121,03

10 – 12 m
101,68
145,23

12 – 15 m
127,1
181,54

More than 30 Tn
x 1,5
x 1,5

More than 70 Tn
x 2
x 2
T8.1 UP OR DOWN
 
T8.1.1 OWNERS
T8.1.2 NO OWNERS
Up to 6 m
87,11
127,1

6-8 m
116,15
169,46

8-10 m
145,19
211,83

10 – 12 m
174,22
254,19

12 – 15 m
217,78
317,74

More than 30 Tn
x 1,5
x 1,5

More than 70 Tn
x 2
x 2

T9: CRAFT UP/DOWN WITH CRANE/WHEELBARROWS

 
Euros
Length
 
T9.1 OWNERS
T9.2 NO OWNERS
5 m
7,21
14,48

6 m
10,85
21,71
7 m
14,48
28,95

T10: RAMPS FOR DRYDOCKING

 
Euros
Length
 
T9.1 OWNERS
T9.2 NO OWNERS
m.l length and beaching and launching operation
4,34
7,24

m.l length and day and section to stay in ramp
1,94
3,86

T11: CRANE SERVICE IN VARIOUS OPERATIONS

 
EUROS
 
Hour or section until 5tn
57,98

T12: RENTAL OF DEFENSE

 
EUROS
 
Unit and day or section
3,86

T13: CRAFT TRAILER

 
EUROS/M. or length and hour or section
 
Indoor
3,86
Outdoor
15,43

T14: FIRE-PREVENTION SERVICE

 
EUROS
 
Hour or section
54.03

T15: BAIL OUT SERVICE

 
EUROS
 
Hour or section
19.29

T16: DIVING SERVICE

 
EUROS
 
Hour or section
121.02

T17: STAFF USE

 
EUROS
 
Hour or section
7.38

T18: TOURIST TRAFFIC PASSENGERS

 
EUROS
 
Passenger
0,95

Water supplies and electricity that provide Puertos Canarios to users from port areas owned by the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands have the nature of public charge, they are likely to be concurrently offered with the private sector, and they are voluntarily satisfied, they are not of mandatory reception by citizens who demand them.

Therefore, through the Decree 39 / 2013, of 27 of March, they are set by the provision of water and electricity supplies in ports owned by the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands and their amounts are set, after being subjected to public inquiry.

The amount of public charges referred to in this Decree is as follows:
A) Total cost of m3 that the supplying entity bills the port multiplied by 1.36 for the provision of water supply.
B) Total cost that the supplier invoices to the port (kilowatt-hour) multiplied by 1.29 for the supply of electricity.

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