Rule

34-305

Schedule

8728

Subject

Boats yachts and/or hulls

Effective

October 1, 2021

Issued

July 30, 2021

HANDLING/RECEIVING CHARGES

(1) Receiving or delivering boats, yachts, or hulls with no physical handling by terminal personnel. Receiving or delivering boat trailers, with no physical handling by terminal personnel.

Per Unit  
Not exceeding 40 ft in length $ 80.00
Exceeding 40 ft in length $ 158.00

 

 


 

(2) Receiving from/ delivering to open trucks, with physical handling by terminal personnel. Rate based upon the length of the boat, yacht, or hull.

 

Per Unit/ ft  
Not Over 26 $ 231.00
Over 26  but not over 30 $ 344.00
Over 30  but not over 35 $ 473.00
Over 35  but not over 40 $ 600.00
Over 40  but not over 50 $ 835.00
Over 50  but not over 60 $ 1208.00
Over 60  but not over 70 $ 2916.00
For units over 70 Call for rates

(3) Receiving from / delivering to water. Rate based upon the length of the boat, yacht, or hull.

Per Unit/ ft  
Not Over 26  $ 1,420.00
Over 26  but not over 30  $ 1,554.00
Over 30  but not over 35  $ 1,771.00
Over 35  but not over 40 $ 2,071.00
Over 40  but not over 50 $ 3,244.00
Over 50  but not over 60 $ 4,912.00
Over 60  but not over 70 $ 6,527.00
For units over 70  Call for rates

 

(4) Arches, cradles, flybridges, keels, or masts, not lifted with boat/yacht

Per Unit – $218.00

 

(5) Trailers, not lifted with boat/yacht

Per Unit – $151.00

(a) Handling rates include boat trailer and/or cradle when handled with same lift.

(b) On lifts from water, the boat/yacht must not arrive more than two (2) days prior to scheduled vessel arrival if the vessel is calling Garden City Terminal and not more than 3 days prior to scheduled vessel arrival if the vessel is calling Ocean Terminal.

(c) The Authority will, upon request, provide a crane and/or other lifting equipment, and necessary labor for the purpose of readying boats/yachts for ocean transport. This service will be provided at the sole risk of the requesting party, who is responsible for compliance with all applicable safety laws, rules, and standards. When such equipment is provided by the Authority, a charge of $1,300.00, per hour, will be assessed. The Authority will not provide any services related to the assembly, installation, maintenance, or packaging of boats/yachts.

(d) The Authority will assess a disposal charge of $925.00, per cradle, whenever a boat/yacht is delivered to either inland carrier or to the water. To avoid this automatic assessment, the cradle must be removed from the terminal simultaneous with the delivery out of the boat/yacht. Failure to do so will cause the Authority to treat the cradle as dunnage, and it will be disposed of promptly. Assessment of the disposal charge will be to the ocean carrier if their stevedore frees the cradle or to bill-to party on the delivery order if freed by the Authority.

(e) The dock receipt must indicate the boat length. If the dock receipt does not indicate the boat length, the shipper must ensure the correct boat length is added to the dock receipt. GPA will not handle the boat until the correct boat length is noted on the dock receipt.

(f) If a lift is made with an Authority crane, a minimum charge of $612.00, per lift, will be assessed.