Harbor Fee

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Harbor Fee

A fee assessed on a boat or other vessel for the privilege to dock at a particular harbor. These fees are often small compared to a voyage's total costs.
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It was some time before he could be made to comprehend certain of the most important items of the bill, such as pilotage, anchorage, and custom-house fees; but when he discovered that maritime states in other countries derived large revenues in this manner, to the great cost of the merchant, "Well," cried he, "then I will have harbor fees also.
Fukuoka officials are also considering pricing harbor fees at 20% to 30% below those of Kobe and other international ports, and lowering the costs for using other port facilities.
The total cost to transport the shipment, which included I the container, shipping costs, terminal handling charges and harbor fees, was about $1,100.
As a certificate recipient, Jewel of the Seas is now entitled to reduced harbor fees at the Ports of Stockholm.
officials especially that Jordan had been constantly demanding harbor fees of