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Suez Canal Authority
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A Republican Decree Law No. 30 of 1975
Law No. 4 of 1998
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Related Navigation Circulars
Ballast product Tankers are to be charged at the same rate of ballast oil tankers.
Ballast chemical/oil tankers are to be charged at the same rate of ballast oil tankers.
Loaded combined carriers are to be charged according to the kind of cargo.In case of carrying more than one type of cargo, such carriers are to be charged at the rate of petroleum products tankers
Ballast combined carriers are to be charged at the rate of ballast dry bulk carriers
The currencies accepted for the payment of transit dues are:
Norwegian Krone (NOK)
Tankers of Crude Oil
Tankers of Petroleum Products
Dry Bulk Carriers
Chemical Carriers & Other Liquid bulk Carriers
General Cargo Ships
Special Floating Units
Periodical on 08-08-2019
Regarding “Suez Canal Tonnage Certificate” presented by vessels on their first transit or the like
Periodical regarding Suez Canal Rules of Navigation...
Referring to Suez Canal Ruls of navigation 2015 edition, kindly be informed that ....
A Supplementary Periodical to Circ. (1/2002) on...
A Supplementary Periodical to Circ. (1/2002)
A Supplementary Periodical to Circular No. 2/2016 on...
Periodical on 17.04.2019
Suez Canal Authority is urging the transiting vessels’ shipping agents to add the below information to the “Statistical Declaration” referred to in item (3), para (A), article (15) of Suez Canal Rules of Navigation August 2015 edition
Circular No. 2 /2019
Vessels arriving before the Limit Time of arrival hr 2300 L.T Without previous booking may catch the convoy if the capacity of movement in the Canal permits