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Amending the rules for determining the fees for cruise yachts crossing the Suez Canal

In the context of the Suez Canal Authority’s efforts to promote yacht tourism in the Canal region, Admiral Osama Rabie, Chairman of the Suez Canal Authority, announced the amendment of the determining rules of the Suez Canal transit tolls for cruise yachts with a gross tonnage of less than 300 tons, aiming to facilitate the clients’ navigation experience, ensure time effectiveness, and provide yacht owners with the opportunity to learn about the cost of transiting the Suez Canal -in advance- in order to evaluate the economic feasibility of transiting the Suez Canal according to their destination and touristic program.

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As per the new rules, determining the Suez Canal transit tolls for cruise yachts with a gross tonnage of less than 300 tons requires the yacht’s International Gross Tonnage to be outlined in any of the certificates issued for the yacht,

As the Suez Canal transit tolls shall be collected based on the tonnage resulting from the following equation:
Yacht’s International Gross Tonnage × 1.20

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As for the yachts that do not have their International Gross Tonnage outlined in any of the yacht’s certificates, the Suez Canal transit tolls shall be collected based on the yacht’s tonnage resulting from the following equation of the yacht’s dimensions:

The application of the above-mentioned two equations is limited to yachts with a gross tonnage of less than 300 tons, and these new rules will be effective as of Sunday, 5th May 2022

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It is worth noting that the Suez Canal transit tolls for cruise yachts will be calculated automatically based on the new rules through the new digital platform that is being created, and will be launched during the coming period along with launching the E-booking service for transit and berth services at the SCA affiliated yacht marinas.

In the same context, the Suez Canal Authority is looking forward to adopting a new initiative by assigning the tasks of the shipping agency to one of the SCA-affiliated companies, in order to improve the level of service provided to yacht owners.

Yacht owners can send their inquiries and complaints via e-mail:
Yachtsmarina@suezcanal.gov.eg

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They can also evaluate the transit, berthing, and navigation experience through a digital questionnaire form via the following link:
https://www.suezcanal.gov.eg/…/Yachts-Marina

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