|Any vessel entering the harbour in circumstances which, in the opinion of the Harbour Master, constitute an emergency, shall be charged a minimum entry fee of £36.00 together with the actual cost of attendance on that vessel.||£38.16|
|Vessels with cargo from or to any place in or outside the UK – per entry||£2.04|
|Other vessels putting in for shelter – per entry||£2.04|
|Vessels remaining in harbour for more than one week - per week additional||£2.04|
Vessels less than 750 GRT
Vessels greater than 750 GRT
All dues payable within 24 hours of entry or demand. Failure to comply may result in charges for administration. Overall length will be inclusive of fixtures and fittings.
All measurements will be to the nearest highest 0.10 metre.
Dues and charges are exclusive of VAT unless otherwise stated.
Rates for vessels using the harbour
Foreign and coastwise vessels - per nett registered ton
Non-cargo carrying commercial vessels
(Such category of vessel to be determined in each case at the discretion of the Harbour Master).
|Per metre of overall length – per day||£3.92|
|Per metre of overall length – per week||£17.61|
|Per metre of overall length – per month||£58.46|
Charges for vessel associated with renewable energy will be agreed in advance in conjunction with the Portfolio Holder or Director.
Annual charges for commercial fishing vessels will only be applied where evidence of regular fish landings can be produced. This evidence will be by comparison of fish landings with boats of similar size and type. Acceptance of evidence will be at the Harbour Master's discretion but must demonstrate a full time fishing effort into the port.
Annual dues cover the year 1 April to 31 March and cannot be charged pro-rata
|Salmon cobles - per year||£120.39|
|Fishing vessels up to 10 metres in overall length - per year||£451.95|
|In excess of 10 metres in overall length - per year||£451.95 plus £49.67 per metre of overall length in excess of 10 metres|
Local fishing vessels
Scarborough fishing vessels which have paid annual dues and are landing into Whitby may remain in port for a maximum of 48 hours without further harbour dues being levied. This is on the proviso that these landings are of a reasonable quantity which is relative to the size and capability of the vessel involved. Ad valorem charges will be applicable to these landings.
Visiting fishing vessels
Any visiting fishing vessel landing into the port for periods in excess of three consecutive months may be considered for annual harbour dues, on request, and at Harbour Master’s discretion.
Fishing/guard vessel layover charge
In addition to harbour dues, vessels will be allowed seven days after significant landing before a layover charge is applied. If no catch landed this charge is applicable immediately.
|Fishing vessels - per week or part thereof||
plus £8.22 per metre of overall length in excess of 20 metres.
Dues: (includes harbour dues and charges) (for instance, D.T.I. loadline exemption holders)
Vessels carrying more than 12 passengers
Rates subject to negotiation, depending on number of passengers.
|For persons landing or embarking within the Harbour inclusive of baggage. One charge only per cruise passenger landing and embarking on the same day
- per person
Vessels carrying not more than 12 passengers
Annual dues charges cannot be charged pro-rata.
All licensed vessels:
|Vessels licensed to carry not more than 4 passengers||£231.88 (Full year)|
|Vessels licensed to carry not more than 8 passengers||£463.75 (Full year)|
|Vessels licensed to carry not more than 12 passengers||£808.06 (Full year)|
|Vessels licensed to carry not more than 50 passengers||£1,323.50 (Full year)|
|Vessels licensed to carry not more than 105 passengers||£2,084.25 (Full year)|
|Designated Passenger Departure Point scheme (Upper Harbour Only) in addition to passenger dues||£1,000.00 (Full year)|
|Designated Passenger Departure Point scheme (Lower Harbour Only) in addition to passenger dues||£1,500.00 (Full year)|
|Vessels licensed to carry not more than 12 passengers - 10% reduction on bona fide fisherman *||10% reductions on above rates|
|Licensed pleasure boat - per year||£169.70|
* A bona fide fisherman is a person whose principal occupation is that of fishing commercially and whose catch is landed on the Scarborough Fish Market and on which fish landing dues are levied.
Quay dues - storage
|For each square metre per 24 hours or part thereof||£0.87|
|Pot storage – 1 November to 31 March - at the discretion of the Harbour Master or his Deputy||£205.35|
|Pot storage – 1 June to 31 October - at the discretion of the Harbour Master or his Deputy||£410.70|
(On goods shipped or unshipping or transhipped within the harbour or otherwise imported or exported therefrom)
|Fish||All kinds of fish including shellfish, scallops and herrings whether sold by auction or not - in the £||£0.04|
|Overlanded fish sold on Whitby Fish Market - in the £||£0.015|
|Nephrops whether sold by auction or not - in the £||£0.02|
|Scallops landed by local vessel owner/skippers which have paid annual harbour dues for a minimum of 5 years whether sold by auction or not - in the £||£0.03|
|Note: The dues on white fish, shellfish and herrings and all other kinds of fish when sold by auction or otherwise to be deducted from amount for sale by auctioneer or other buyer/salesman who shall pay the same over to the Collector of Rates and Dues on the total quantity of fish as shown by their sale book, which said book shall be open to the inspection of the Collector of Rates and Dues at all reasonable times.|
|Timber||In the round and/or deals, boards and battens square sawn - per cubic metre||£1.09|
|Water||Fresh - Charge relates to vessels supplied ex wharf - per order||£85.49|
|Water used for cleaning – per annum||£79.81|
|Fuel oil||Delivered by tanker - in the £||1.5%|
All other goods, produce, articles or things not enumerated about (except for special cargoes)
|Light goods - per cubic metre||£1.52|
|Heavy goods - per tonne weight||£1.99|
Note: In charging wharfage rates on goods, Mates' receipts, bills of lading and other documents relating to weight and/or volume of cargo shall be open for the inspection of the Collector of Rates and Dues at all reasonable times.
Charges for special types of quantities of cargo may be obtained on application.
Fee for berthing, mooring and shifting vessels
Berthing and Unberthing (inclusive)
These rates shall apply to all cargo vessels using Harbour Authority berths
|Vessels less than 600 tons GRT||£156.85|
|Vessels more than 600 tons GRT||£252.07|
Shifting and Standby
- 50% of the rates quoted above
Standby - this fee to be charged on cargo vessels in port, if Harbour Staff are actually in attendance, following a Master's request for same, and the movement is subsequently cancelled.
|Security measures for the embarkation and disembarkation of cruise ship passengers and the handling of vessels over 500 GRT for ISPS compliant vessels.||£145.10|
|Coble grid - per day||£23.54|
|Fish Merchant’s Licence||£187.49|
|Fish Merchant’s Employee Permit||£21.65|
|Movement of Vessels - use of harbour staff for movement of vessels (inc recovery of tenders/dinghies etc.) (min charge per hour or part thereof)||min £106.88|
|Bridge Opening – use of harbour staff for bridge opening (min charge per hour or part thereof)||min £150.00|
Use of power points:
– single phase – per day or part thereof
– three phase – per day or part thereof
|Use of chillers for storing any product remaining in the fish market facility overnight and not removed following auction - per 24 hour period or part thereof||£64.61|
|Craneage Rate (visiting vessels only) - per lift||£30.59|
|Use of raft per day||£13.94|
|Use of forklift truck – per hour or part thereof (min. 2 hours)||£33.05|
Harbour dues - private boats
Motorboats, yachts, pleasure boats and houseboats
- All vessels must display a name.
- All measurements will be to the nearest highest 0.1 metre
- Annual dues cover the year 1 April to 31 March and cannot be charged pro-rata
- Plus 25% for multi-hulled craft over 3 metres beam
|- Per month (per metre of overall length) (only in exceptional circumstances and at the Harbour Masters discretion)||£26.12|
|- Per year (per metre of overall length)||£72.95|
|Rowing Boats- excluding yacht tenders - per year||£118.83|
|Licenced vessels - per metre per year||5% reduction on annual rate|
(including harbour dues)
Where no permanent mooring has been allocated, per day or part thereof:
|Per entry, per day (per metre of overall length)||£2.22|
|- (min 8 metres)||£17.80|
Visitors charges for non-pontoon mooring is less 25% discount on above rate.
(Note: maximum length of stay for visiting pleasure craft is 14 days. In exceptional circumstanced any extended period will be at Harbour Master’s discretion and payable in advance, plus 25% for multi-hulled craft over 3 metres beam).
|Association race and event charge – at the discretion of the Portfolio Holder or Harbour Master, all rates must be agreed at least 14 days in advance. (Applicable to vessels competing in prescheduled advertised races and major town events).||50% reduction on daily rate|
Note: The above visitor charges also apply in those instances where commercial areas are used, at the discretion of the Harbour Master or his Deputy.
Upper harbour development
Berthing and mooring fees
In addition to Harbour Dues. Plus 25% for multi-hulled craft over 3 metres beam except that any vessel with a beam in excess of 4.5 metres will occupy only one berth and be charged at double the mooring fee and harbour dues.
All measurements will be to the nearest highest 0.10 metre.
For the period 1 April to 31 October
|West side - single berths||Per metre of overall length including fixtures and fittings||£218.49 (min £1663.50)|
|Main pontoon||Outside berths per metre of overall length including fixtures and fittings||£145.62 (min £1326.63)|
|Inside berths per metre of overall length including fixtures and fittings||£145.62 (min £1326.63)|
|Church Street & east side pontoon moorings||Outside Berths per metre of overall length including fixtures and fittings||£131.44 (min £1205.97)|
|Inside berths per metre of overall length including fixtures and fittings||£131.44 (min £1205.97)|
|Drying pontoons||Per metre of overall length||£84.94 (min £668.23)|
|(Inside moorings are at Harbour Master's discretion at half of normal rate).|
|Drying moorings||Upper harbour (1 April – 31 October)||£398.64|
|Lower harbour (full year)||£289.72|
|Licensed Vessels on moorings||5% reduction on above rates|
|Fishing vessel pontoons||Endeavour Wharf – 1 April to 31 March||£690.40|
|Church Street Jetty – 1 April to 31 March||£615.54|
For the period 1 November to 31 March
|West side - trident single berths||Per metre of overall length including fixtures and fittings||£31.92 (min £245.57)|
|Main pontoon & west side singles||Outside berths per metre of overall length including fixtures and fittings||£21.39 (min £194.87)|
|Inside berths per metre of overall length including fixtures and fittings||£21.39 (min £194.87)|
|Church Street & east side pontoon moorings||Outside Berths per metre of overall length including fixtures and fittings||£17.18 (min £155.27)|
|Inside berths per metre of overall length including fixtures and fittings||£17.18 (min £155.27)|
|Licensed vessels||5% reduction on rates|
|Drying pontoons||Per metre of overall length||£12.74 (min £87.77)|
|Key deposit for security gates||£25.00|
|Mooring Application Fee||£25.00|
|Administration fee (per change inc. but not limited to amendments to partnership details, change of address, change of vessel name etc.)||£25.00|
Day Boat Launch Rate
Daily rate for launch, including Harbour Dues (but excluding car parking)
|Annual Rate for unlimited number of launches||£386.16|
Storage of craft
For storage of craft during the period 1 November to 14 April - per metre of overall length
£1.13 (min £9.00)
|For the storage of craft during the period 15 April to 31 October – per metre of overall length per day – at Harbour Master’s discretion||£0.62 (min £3.66)|
|Storage of Tenders - period 1 April to 31 October – berth holders only||£44.90|
|Storage of Tenders - period 1 November to 31 March (Storage adjacent to slipway for dinghies tending craft on moorings – berth holders only)||£44.90|
|St. Ann's Staith Pontoon Moorings, Tenders - period 1 April to 31 October||£51.11|
Sailing dinghies other than tenders
|Period 1 April to 31 October includes storage, Harbour Dues unlimited launches on slipway||£493.37|
|Period 1 November to 31 March additional storage||£45.62|
|Parking of Boat Trailer per day||£10.70|
|Educational and Charitable Trust Organisations: Harbour Dues, block fee per annum||£446.09|
Car parking - Upper harbour marina
Marina users car park
|Bona fide visitors and slipway launches – daily charge||£9.54|
|Bona fide berth holders on SBC pontoons – annual||£223.16|
|Bona fide crew permit – annual||£223.16|
Car Parking on Fish Quay - Annual Permit
|Non harbour users||£605.57|
Parking on Endeavour Wharf, Whitby and West Pier and Vincent Pier, Scarborough – Harbour Users - annual
|Commercial Harbour users 1st & 2nd permit||£223.16|
|Commercial Harbour users 3rd permit|
|Commercial Harbour users 4th permit||£504.08|
|Commercial Harbour users 5th permit onwards||£627.49|
|Visiting Commercial vessels – weekly charge (not Vincent Pier)||£33.39|
Parking on Endeavour Wharf, Whitby and West Pier and Vincent Pier, Scarborough – Non Harbour Users
|Permit - annual||£583.55|
Parking on East Pier, Scarborough
|Monday to Friday||£125.56|
Marina/Pontoon Electricity Supply – available in denominations of £5 & £10
Marina Amenity Block - Washing machine / Drier Coin operated – price as displayed
Educational and Charitable Trust Organisations Harbour dues, block fee per annum - £350.70
Please note that any item or service not covered by these fees and charges will be assessed by the Harbour Service/Director and the Portfolio Holder who shall have the power to set an appropriate fee for that item or service.
It must be further noted that any legitimate cost incurred by the Harbours Service associated with any vessel, skipper, owner, or agent whether requested or not by that persons/vessel shall be recharged to that person/vessel including any administrative or service costs so associated.