1 COWES PILOTAGE DIRECTIONS AND SCHEDULES January 2017
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4 COWES HARBOUR COMMISSION COMPETENT HARBOUR AUTHORITY PILOTAGE DIRECTIONS The Cowes Harbour Commissioners are designated a Competent Harbour Authority under the provisions of the Pilotage Act 1987 and are responsible for the Pilotage Service within the Cowes Pilotage Area. The Cowes Pilotage Authority administers this service. Area of Jurisdiction of Cowes Pilotage Authority The geographic area to which this authority and pilotage directions applies is as follows: South of the line Old Castle Point to Position 50 46'.13 N, '.5 W to Prince Consort Buoy to Position 50 46'.3 N, '.1 W, thence to Egypt Point. It includes the River Medina as far as the Folly Inn. Notice is drawn to Schedule 4 Reciprocal Arrangements for Pilotage with other Solent Pilotage Authorities. Pilotage is compulsory within the limits of the Cowes Pilotage Area for all ships excluding the following: H M Ships. MOD owned or operated ships. Naval vessels belonging to a foreign government. Passenger ferries and passenger vessels less than 20 metres in length. Other vessels less than 48 metres in length within the Inner Harbour Other vessels less than 61 metres in length within the Outer harbour The detailed arrangements for pilotage within the Cowes Pilotage Area are contained in the Pilotage Schedules published by the Cowes Harbour Commissioners (CHA).
5 SCHEDULES 1. Compulsory Pilotage and Conditions for Exemption 1.1 Compulsory Pilotage by an Authorised Pilot. 2. Award of Pilotage Exemption Certificate and Full Pilotage Certificate 2.1 General 2.2 Pilotage Exemption Certificate 2.3 Grant by examination 2.4 Examination requirements 2.5 Renewal of Pilotage Exemption Certificates 2.6 Full Pilotage Licence 2.7 Suspension or revocation of PEC/Pilotage Licence 3. General Arrangements for Pilotage 3.1 Requests for Pilots 3.2 Boarding Points 3.3 Notification of Arrival and Departure 3.4 Pilot Launches 3.5 Pilot Launch Operator 4. Reciprocal Arrangements for Pilotage with other Solent Pilotage Authorities 4.1 The co-ordinating Committee for Solent Pilotage 4.2 Arrangements with other Solent Pilotage Authorities 5. Navigational Changes and Incidents 5.1 Navigational changes 5.2 Groundings, collisions and unnecessary close quarters situations 5.3 Pilotage Authority investigation or inquiry 5.4 Withdrawal of Pilotage Certificate 6. Port Passage Plans 7. Fees 6.1 Requirement for Port Passage Plan 6.2 Publication of Port Passage Plan 6.3 Navigation in the vicinity of the Cowes Floating Bridge 7.1 Fees related to the issue, examination and renewal of Pilotage Exemption Certificates and Pilotage Licence 7.2 Charges for Pilotage, including the Pilotage Levy 7.3 Charges for Acts of Self Pilotage
6 SCHEDULE 1 Compulsory Pilotage 1.1 Compulsory Pilotage by an Authorised Pilot Pilotage is compulsory in the Cowes Pilotage Area for the following vessels whose Masters or certified deck officers are NOT in possession of a Pilotage Exemption Certificate. a) Passenger ferries and passenger vessels of 20 metres and above in length overall whilst carrying more than 12 passengers. b) All vessels of 48 metres and above in length overall within the Inner Harbour c) All vessels of 61 metres and above in length overall within the Outer Harbour d) Defective vessels as initially determined by Pilot's or Master's report or Department of Transport survey. e) Sub-standard vessels and those which lack the proper amended charts and equipment. f) After taking into account the nature and quantity of a dangerous substance (as defined in the Dangerous Goods in Harbour Areas Regulations 2016), the Cowes Pilotage Authority may direct a vessel to take an Authorised Pilot. g) All vessels engaged in towing with an overall length 1 of 48 metres and above. h) All vessels whose beam or aggregate beam exceeds 15 metres. 1.2 Navigating with Pilotage Exemption Certificates Certified deck officers of vessels trading regularly in the Cowes Pilotage area may be granted Pilotage Exemption Certificates at the discretion of the Cowes Pilotage Authority. If the vessel is not actually being navigated under the pilotage of a Master or certified deck officer who has a valid pilot exemption certificate for the ship, it becomes liable to take a pilot where pilotage directions apply. The vessel is not exempt merely be virtue of having a certificate holder on board. 1 The definition of overall length is from the bow of the towing vessel to the after end of the vessel or object being towed
7 SCHEDULE 2 Award of Pilotage Exemption Certificate and full Pilotage Certificate 2.1 General The grant of a Pilotage Exemption Certificate by examination requires the presentation of information to the Cowes Pilotage Authority on the appropriate form. These forms are available on the website and from the Cowes Harbour Masters Office on demand. 2.2 Pilotage Exemption Certificates will be awarded only after an Examination Subject to qualification by both experience and examination, Pilotage Exemption Certificates may be awarded to Masters and certified deck officers of the following vessels:- a. Regular passenger ferries and passenger vessels of 20 metres and above in length carrying more than 12 passengers. b. All vessels of 48 metres and above in length. 2.3 Grant by Examination (Schedule 1, Paragraph 1.2) The form requires: a. Name, Address, Date of Birth, Nationality and Rank. b. A valid certificate of competency is held by the applicant entitling him/her to hold the position of Master or certified deck officer in the ship's name. c. Name of vessel(s), type, length overall, gross registered tonnage, and description for which Pilotage Exemption is sought. d. Name and address of Shipping Company. e. Name and address of Agents, if applicable. f. Number of visits made to the port: i. within the previous 12 months ii. prior to the previous 12 months. g. Confirmation of: i. Appropriate Medical Fitness Certificate, including eyesight ii. Working knowledge of the English language iii. Pilotage knowledge of the area
8 iv. Knowledge of International Regulations for Preventing Collision at Sea, Local Regulations and Notices to Mariners, Cowes Harbour General Directions, Cowes Harbour Emergency Plan, The Dangerous Goods in Harbour Areas Regulations 2016 (where applicable) and the Cowes Harbour Commissioners (CHA) - Pilotage Arrangements, Directions and Schedules. h. All above to be substantiated in writing by the vessel's owners or the owners' appointed agents. 2.4 Requirements for Applicants For guidance, the applicant will be expected to have completed the following number of Pilotage Acts in the previous 12 months: i. *Passenger ferries and passenger vessels - 24 acts of Pilotage (12 round trips) ii. *All other applicants - 12 acts of Pilotage (6 round trips). At least 2 Pilotage Acts must have been conducted at night. These acts of pilotage must be in the company of an authorised pilot, or the holder of a valid PEC for the vessel for which the PEC is sought and area concerned 1. Where the acts are carried out under the supervision of a valid PEC holder, at least 2 acts (1 inbound and 1 outbound) must be in the company of an authorised Cowes Pilot. Any training acts requiring the presence of an authorised Cowes Pilot will be charged at the normal pilotage rate. The examination is oral and covers three aspects. a. Knowledge of the Regulations in particular: i. International Regulations for Preventing Collision at Sea - The Merchant Shipping (Distress Signals and Prevention of Collisions) Regulations 1996 (as amended) ii. Local Regulations and Notices to Mariners iii. Cowes Harbour General Directions iv. The Cowes Harbour Emergency Plan v. Dangerous Goods in Harbour Areas Regulations 2016, where applicable to the Pilotage Area vii. The Cowes Harbour Commissioners (CHA) - Pilotage Arrangements - Directions and Schedules. b. Local Knowledge: (i) (ii) The approaches to Cowes Harbour via the Solent, including anchorages and tidal streams. Detailed knowledge of the Precautionary Area 2 and vessel movements within the Western Approach Channel and the entrance to Cowes Harbour. Large vessels of all descriptions bound to and from the Port of Southampton utilise this approach channel and mariners must be aware of the particular hazards in navigating in or near this area. 2 Full information of the ABP Southampton 'Precautionary Area and vessels movements within the Western Approach Channel can be found in the relevant Local Notice to Mariners issued from the Port of Southampton.
9 (iii) (iv) (v) The co-ordination of Pilotage between the three Pilotage Authorities in the Solent: Southampton, Portsmouth and Cowes and the limits of the various Pilotage Areas. Prior to obtaining a Full Pilotage Licence (Cowes Harbour) the applicant will require to sit an examination and receive an endorsement by ABP Southampton (CHA). Working knowledge of Southampton VTS. Note: It is required that an instructional visit is made to the Southampton VTS Operations Room at least once every 12 months for holders of a Southampton PEC or Cowes Full Pilotage Licence with Southampton endorsement. Reporting navigational changes and incidents. c. Pilotage: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) (xiv) The ship handling characteristics of own vessel or various vessels if applying for a full pilotage licence. The effect of tidal stream and wind on ship handling The causes and effects of squat and interaction. The IALA Maritime Buoyage, System 'A', including navigational marks within the Pilotage Area. Knowledge of navigational buoys with depths, bearing and distance from one buoy to another. Depths and widths within the channels and depths at berths. Distances from berths to outer fairway and the chain ferry including estimated time at various speeds. Entry/exit passage plans, both visual and by radar. Port VHF procedures and required sound signals. Knowledge of regular ferry operations Areas where passing other large vessels should be avoided. Detailed knowledge of the chain ferry including tidal flow and clearances at various states of tide Knowledge of subsurface cables and locations Knowledge of local yacht racing including start lines and procedures Contingency Plans, entry abort positions and emergency anchorages d. In addition candidates seeking authorisation for a Full Pilotage Licence should be familiar with the contents of the document "Marine Pilotage National Occupational Standards (2000)" Conditions relating to the Examination and Issue of Pilotage Exemption Certificates a. The candidate can communicate effectively in the English language. b. A valid certificate of competency is held by the applicant entitling him/her to hold the position of Master or Deck Officer in the ship's name. c. The candidate shall have an examination held in such place and at such time as the Pilotage Authority may direct. If a candidate twice fails the examination, any further examination shall be deferred for a period of at least 3 months from the date of the second examination. d. Certificate holders will include the name and description of each vessel that the certificate holder is authorised to pilot within the Pilotage area.
10 e. Certificate holders shall not allow any other person to have possession or make improper use of the certificate. f. Certificate holders shall conform strictly to all local Pilotage requirements. g. Exemption Certificates will be issued and endorsed to cover two areas namely: 1) The whole area of jurisdiction of Cowes Harbour Or; 2) The area of jurisdiction of Cowes Harbour northward from the Cowes Chain Ferry. h. Evidence of medical fitness, including eyesight as required by the application form. 2.5 Renewal of Pilotage Exemption Certificates a. Certificates shall be renewed annually b. Application for the renewal of Pilotage Exemption Certificates must be made at least one month before expiry date. Application must be made on the prescribed form, obtainable from the Harbour Office and must be accompanied by the appropriate fee. c. Renewal will normally be granted in compliance with the following conditions: i. The certificate holder has completed at least six acts of pilotage in the area of jurisdiction during the preceding 12 months. If not, re-examination may be necessary. ii. The certificate holder must satisfy the CHA of his continuing knowledge of pilotage requirements within the area of jurisdiction and be subject to check trips with an authorised Cowes Pilot at least every 3 years. iii. In recognition of the high frequency of pilotage acts carried out and as part of the agreement between Red Funnel Group and Cowes Harbour Commission, Red Funnel PEC holders will have check trips performed by the designated Senior Masters. There remains a requirement for the Red Funnel Senior Masters to undergo a check trip with an authorised Cowes Pilot at least every 3 years. In addition, all Red Funnel PEC holders must meet with a representative of the Harbour Authority at least every 3 years, in order to satisfy the CHA of the officers continuing knowledge of the pilotage requirements. It will also afford the Red Funnel officer the opportunity to discuss any other matters of pilotage / navigational safety. iv. Evidence of medical fitness, including eyesight, as required by the application form. 2.6 Full Pilotage Licence (Authorised Pilot) a. From time to time the Pilotage Authority will advertise for candidates for a Full Pilotage Licence to maintain the number of Authorised Pilots. The applicant will be required to provide the conditions set out in paragraph below and will be interviewed by the Pilotage Authority. If the applicant is considered suitable, he/she will undertake a minimum of 60 Pilotage Acts or pre-agreed number designated by the Harbour Master, under the supervision of an Authorised Pilot and then take an examination based on syllabus in 2.4(a), (b), (c) and (d). His knowledge will be expected to be commensurate with the wide range of vessels they will pilot throughout the Pilotage Area and
11 Document Pilotage Directions & Schedules include the relevant aspects of the administration and management of the harbour and local shipping. b. Qualification for annual renewal of a Full Pilotage Licence demands a minimum of 6 pilotage acts per year in the area of jurisdiction of Cowes Harbour Commissioners, a minimum of two must have been conducted at night. This will include a quality assurance trip with an appointed and suitably qualified peer at least every 3 years. c. From time to time, additional training may be necessary 3 to comply with current requirements Requirements for applicants for Full Pilotage Licence The following standards are required to be achieved by all applicants when applying to become authorised as a Marine Pilot within the pilotage area of the Port of Cowes. a. Confirmation of medical fitness, including eyesight (ENG 1 Certificate of Medical Fitness or equivalent). b. Good working knowledge of English c. As a minimum, be in possession of a valid 4 Class II/1 (Deck OOW unlimited) Certificate of Competency or equivalent. This equivalent would be a nationally recognised pilotage qualification closely linked to the Marine Pilotage - National Occupational Standards. d. In usual circumstances be under the age of 65 years 3 As may be required by the Port Marine Safety Code and associated publications or the Competent Harbour Authority 4 Such as to comply with the current Standards, Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) 2015 regulations
12 SCHEDULE 3 General Arrangements for Pilotage 3.1 Requests for Pilots Vessels requiring a Pilot are to give notice at least twelve hours before ETA at the boarding point, or three hours before departure from a berth in Cowes Harbour. Vessels which fail to give adequate notice may be delayed or subject to a Pilotage surcharge. Ships requiring a Pilot for Cowes Harbour should make contact through their agent, local agents are as follows: PD Port Services, telephone +44(01983) Alternatively contact, during normal office hours Cowes Harbour Commission on +44(0) Cowes Pilots "Cowes Pilots" - monitor VHF Channel 09 when on active pilotage service only. 3.2 Boarding/Landing Points The following boarding points are established: i. Vessels of less than 61 metres LOA arriving from the East 0.5nm south east of the Prince Consort Buoy, vessels arriving from the West 0.5nm west of the Gurnard Buoy. Vessels must stay outside of the Precautionary Area whilst waiting to embark a pilot. ii Vessels of 61 metres to 150 metres LOA, bound to or from Cowes: a. Western Pilotage Limit ABP Southampton - approximately 0.7 nm west of the Gurnard Ledge Buoy b. Eastern inner limit ABP Southampton - approximately 0.75 nm. NW of North Sturbridge buoy. Notes 1 When visibility falls below 1.0 nautical mile, the Pilot boarding/landing point will be temporarily relocated to the vicinity of the St Helens Buoy, as specified by Southampton VTS. 2 Vessels of 61 metres to 150 metres LOA, carrying Dangerous or Polluting Goods as a bulk cargo and using the eastern approach to the Solent are required to embark their Cowes Pilot in the proximity of the St Helens Buoy. 3 Any vessel bound to Cowes from the Western Solent and being navigated by a valid Pilotage Exemption Certificate holder (Cowes Harbour) is to notify Southampton VTS of his/her intention of entering Cowes Harbour and its approaches when approximately 0.7 nautical miles west of the Gurnard Ledge Buoy. 4 All vessels of 61 metres and above requiring a Cowes Pilot and bound to the Cowes pilotage area from the western Solent are not to proceed east of the Gurnard Ledge Buoy until such pilot boards.
13 Document Pilotage Directions & Schedules 5 Vessels of 61 metres and above LOA bound to or from berths in Southampton will be conducted by a Southampton Pilot within the Solent and Southampton water and a Cowes Pilot will board/land in the vicinity of the Prince Consort Buoy. 6 Vessels of 61 metres to 150 metres LOA may also board a Cowes Pilot, on a voluntary basis, in the vicinity of the New Grounds Buoy. 3.3 Notification of Arrival/Departure Every vessel to whom these Pilotage Directions & Schedules apply shall notify the Harbour Office preferably via their appointed agents a minimum of twelve hours before arrival with the following information: Vessels name Length overall Draught Berth destination ETA date and time Notification to Cowes Pilotage Authority - Telephone , Pilot Launches The Cowes Harbour Commissioners (CHA) approve the Cowes Pilot Launches operating in the Pilotage Area, subject to their continuing certification in accordance with the Merchant Shipping (Small workboats and Pilot Boats) Regulations Pilot Launch Operator The Cowes Harbour Commissioners (CHA) - Cowes Pilotage Authority reserves the right to invite companies and/or individuals to tender for the contract to operate a Pilot launch service. The Award of Contract by the CHA will require the Pilot Launch Operator to provide a service to board and land Authorised Pilots. The contract will be for a three year period and will be determined not only on factors relating to cost but also on ability to maintain the service. The CHA will not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
14 SCHEDULE 4 Reciprocal Arrangements for Pilotage with other Solent Pilotage Authorities 4.1 The Co-ordinating Committee for Solent Pilotage The Cowes Pilotage Authority is a member of the Co-ordinating Committee on Solent Pilotage. This Committee, inter alia, co-ordinates the arrangements for Pilotage between the three Competent Harbour Authorities in the Solent, which offer a Pilotage Service. They are ABP Southampton, Portsmouth City Council and Cowes Harbour Commissioners. Additionally, Queen's Harbour Master (QHM) has a permanent seat on this Committee. 4.2 Arrangements with other Pilotage Authorities The following arrangements, which benefit vessels using the port of Cowes, have been agreed:- a. Vessels of 61 metres LOA and above: Such vessels when on passage to or from Cowes Harbour or Cowes Roads anchorage are subject to compulsory pilotage within the inner limits of Southampton Pilotage area. On application, Cowes Pilotage Authority will provide an Authorised Cowes Pilot to conduct the vessel to and from the Western Limit or the Eastern Inner Limit of ABP Southampton CHA/New Grounds Buoy area, providing that the vessel is not en route to other locations in the Southampton CHA area. b. Pilotage Exemption Certificates - ABP, Southampton - CHA Masters or certified deck officers of vessels of 61 metres LOA and above trading regularly into Cowes and the River Medina, who may or may not be in possession of a Cowes Pilotage Exemption Certificate, may be issued with a Pilotage Exemption Certificate for operation within the Southampton Pilotage Area Inner Limits to the south of the latitude of the South Bramble Buoy, subject to application and approval of ABP Southampton (CHA). c. Solent Based Vessels Masters and certified deck officers of those vessels based at Cowes will be issued with a Pilotage Exemption Certificate, subject to the conditions in Schedules 1 and 2. If pilotage exemption is required for other pilotage areas within the Solent, then direct application must be made to the relevant CHA.
15 SCHEDULE 5 Navigational Changes and Incidents 5.1 Navigational Changes Authorised Pilots and Pilotage Exemption Certificate holders who observe any change in the navigable channels, navigational buoys out of position, or lights not conforming to listed sequences or any other matter appertaining to safe navigation, shall inform the Harbour Authority as soon as possible. 5.2 Groundings, Collisions and Unnecessary Close Quarter Situations When a ship, in charge of a Master or certified deck officer holding a Pilotage Exemption Certificate, or under the guidance of an Authorised Pilot, has touched the ground or has been in collision or an unnecessary close quarter situation with any other ship or any fixed or floating object within the area of jurisdiction of Cowes Harbour Authority (CHA) they shall report the occurrence within 24 hours and confirm in writing on the form (CHF1) prescribed to the Pilotage Authority within 24 hours of the occurrence. Forms are available from the port website. 5.3 Pilotage Authority Investigation or Inquiry Pilotage Exemption Certificate Holders and Authorised Pilots shall, in obedience to the order or summons of the Cowes Harbour Commission attend to answer any complaint or charge which is made against them for misconduct, or in respect of any marine casualty which may have occurred whilst they were in charge of their vessels in the Pilotage Area for which they are certified. Whilst any necessary investigation or inquiry is held the Pilotage Exemption Certificate Holder or Authorised Pilot may have their certificate suspended until said investigation or inquiry is concluded and recommendations imposed. 5.4 Withdrawal of Pilotage Exemption Certificate or Full Pilotage Licence In the event of a marine casualty, serious incident or near miss situation where the holder of a Pilotage Exemption Certificate or Full Pilotage Licence was involved, and was subsequently blamed following an inquiry by the Pilotage Authority, the Pilotage Exemption Certificate or Full Pilotage Licence may be suspended for a period of time or revoked dependent on the nature or extent of the incident, subject to the provisions of the Pilotage Act The CHA will give the certificate holder written notice of this procedure if it is implemented. Similarly if the agreed conditions on which certificates are issued are knowingly broken or not adhered to, the certificate may also be suspended or revoked. The certificate holder has the right of appeal in all of the above circumstances such that he/she may have reasonable opportunity of making representations.
16 SCHEDULE 6 - Port Passage Plan 6.1 Requirements of Port Passage Plan Aim The purpose of such plan is to show a clear understanding of potential hazards, margins of safety and the ship's characteristics. The Pilot and Master of vessels or PEC holder entering harbour should provide a written/schematic Port Passage Plan (PPP) containing all information relevant to the passage from pilot station to berth. Vessel required to use a Port Passage Plan a. All vessels conducted by a Pilot b. All vessels conducted by a master / certified deck officer who holds a current Pilotage Exemption Certificate Vessels exempted from the use of a Port Passage Plan i) All private / recreational vessels of less than 30 metres length overall 6.2 Publication of Port Passage Guidance The diagrammatical guidance from the CHA on port passage plans is shown below. It is for particular kinds of vessel to determine the relevant information required in their own plan. It is a requirement under these Directions that a suitable plan is drawn up in advance of the passage and recorded. Port Passage Plans (PPP) are not immutable. It is important not to constrain the Pilot/PEC holder's need to react to unforeseen circumstances. Plans adopted for entry into port should be recorded for a period of 6 months after their initial use. Access to these records will be required by the CHA. (The CHA aims to audit such records of PPP periodically). 6.3 Navigation when transiting the Cowes Chain Ferry Vessels subject to these directions shall be restricted as to their maximum permissible draught when transiting the area of the Chain Ferry as follows: Maximum Permissible Draught = Actual Tide Height + 1.5metres. When within 0.8metres of the maximum permissible draught the floating bridge shall be instructed to wait on the *EAST bank for the transit of the vessel. *Due to the catenary of the chains there is an increase in the minimum depth of water over the chains during the high water period of between 0.3m-0.5m when the ferry is berthed at East Cowes.
17 Document Pilotage Directions & Schedules Cowes Port Passage Plan and Master / Pilot Exchange Inbound Boarding Time: Date: 1 & 2: Berth: Ship Details Embark St. H N. S P.C E.L Vessel Name: Berth Kingston Medina Pilot card Available Yes No Berthing PST SST GT Max Draught Swing off berth Port N/A Stbd LOA F: A: BOA Speed at Full Ahead Min Steerage Speed Rudder type Propulsion type Bow Thrust checked Yes No Whistle available Yes No Transverse Thrust Lefthand Righthand Defects: Anchors cleared Yes No Abort points shown Tide HW time: Height: LW time: Height: Min. Height required for safe transit Height on arrival 1 & 2 Chain Ferry Clearance over chains assuming min depth 1.5m CD If less than 0.8m, C/F to hold on East bank Requested bank East West Communications and vessel movements So ton VTS VHF 12 Chain Ferry VHF 69 Red Funn Movements Clear Channel Vsls Other Movements Yacht races Weather Visibility Wind Hazardous Cargo Yes No Notes Expected Tide Flow Red Jet Expected Tide Flow Cowes Harbour VHF Channel 69 Tel: Solent CG VHF 16 / 67 Emergency Services Tel: 999 Report all Oil Spills, Safety Incidents and Security Breaches to the Harbour Master Medina Wharf P.C L/B Expected Tide Flow Red Funnel Expected Tide Flow Chain Ferry Tide on Berth 135m Kingston Wharf Pilot Name / Signature: Master Name / Signature:
18 Document Pilotage Directions & Schedules Cowes Port Passage Plan and Master / Pilot Exchange Outbound Boarding Time: Date: Ch ferry: 1&2: Ship Details Disembark St. H N. S P.C E.L Vessel Name: Berth Kingston Medina Pilot card Available Yes No Unberthing PST SST GT Max Draught Swing off berth Port N/A Stbd LOA F: A: BOA Speed at Full Ahead Min Steerage Speed Rudder type Propulsion type Bow Thrust checked Yes No Whistle available Yes No Transverse Thrust Lefthand Righthand Defects: P.C L/B Expected Tide Flow Anchors cleared Yes No Tide HW time: Height: LW time: Height: Min. Height required for safe transit Height on arrival C/Ferry Chain Ferry Clearance over chains assuming min depth 1.5m CD If less than 0.8m, C/F to hold on East bank Requested bank East West Communications and vessel movements So ton VTS VHF 12 Chain Ferry VHF 69 Red Funn Movements Clear Channel Vsls Other Movements Yacht races Weather Visibility Wind Hazardous Cargo Yes No Notes Expected Tide Flow Red Jet Expected Tide Flow Cowes Harbour VHF Channel 69 Tel: Solent CG VHF 16 / 67 Emergency Services Tel: 999 Medina Wharf Red Funnel Expected Tide Flow Chain Ferry Tide on Berth 135m Report all Oil Spills, Safety Incidents and Security Breaches to the Harbour Master Kingston Wharf Pilot Name / Signature: Master Name / Signature:
19 Document Pilotage Directions & Schedules PILOTAGE SERVICES FROM 1st January 2017 VAT Zero rates Fees related to the Issue, Examination and Renewal of Pilotage Exemption Certificates and Full Pilotage Licenses a. Issue of Pilotage Exemption Certificate by examination b. Re-examination for a Pilotage Exemption Certificate or upon failure of a previous examination c. Annual Renewal of a Pilotage Exemption Certificate d. Amendments and additions to Pilotage Exemption Certificates Charges for Pilotage PILOTAGE SERVICES FROM 1st January 2017 North Sturbridge to Berth (EAST) Western Limit to Berth (WEST) Size Vessel Total Size Vessel Total 48m 70m m 70m m 85m m 85m m - 100m m - 100m >100m >100m Cowes Roads to Berth (PC) Berth to Berth Movements Size Vessel Total Size Vessel Total 48m 70m m 70m m 85m m 85m m - 100m m - 100m >100m >100m *Service Charge is levied to cover the provision of the following services: Administrations, fairway escort, launch assistance when berthing and mooring crew. Notes/Other Services St Helens, North Sturbridge or Western Limits to Cowes Roads anchorage or mooring buoy applicable rate to/from berth will apply. St Helens Vessels requesting or requiring a pilot from St Helens will be charged at 25% uplift on the North Sturbridge charge.
20 Towage Vessels under towage subject to a 50% surcharge of the pilot charge dependent on the details and restrictions of the tow. Attendance Detention Waiting Time over ½ hour Pilot per hour. Pilot and Pilot Boat per hour. Cruising in Pilotage Waters Pilot on request Charges for Acts of Self-Pilotage Cowes Pilotage Authority reserves the right under Clause 10(3) of the Pilotage Act 1987 to make charges for Acts of Self Pilotage by holders of Pilotage Exemption Certificates. These charges are for each trip as follows: Charter Vessels <100GT 50% of the full rate when navigating south of No 1 and 2 buoys 25% of the full rate when navigating within `The Roads` only Shipping companies with over 100 acts of self-pilotage may apply for a Compound Agreement of Self Pilotage. Pilots National Pension Fund Deficit Surcharge 5% Surcharge on all pilotage charges has been included THE ATTENTION OF OWNERS, SHIPPING AGENTS AND MASTERS OF ALL VESSELS OPERATING TO OR FROM COWES HARBOUR IS DRAWN TO SECTION 26 OF THE HARBOURS ACT 1964 AND PART 2 ARTICLE 4 OF THE COWES HARBOUR REVISION ORDER 2012, WHICH CAME INTO FORCE ON 7TH JANURAY Pilotage Surcharges 1. The charges, which will be amended from time to time, are made by Cowes C.H.A. for the services of a pilot in accordance with the Pilotage Act of 1987 Section 10. Except where otherwise specified the charges are for a single one way Act of Pilotage to or from a berth, buoy or anchorage within Cowes and the limit of the Cowes CHA s area of jurisdiction (including those authorized areas with Portsmouth and Southampton C.H.A s). a) A harbour cruise originating from the Harbour Entrance or the southern boundary at the Folly Inn will be charged as 2 berth to berth moves. b) A berth to berth move is defined as shifting berth or anchorage within Cowes Harbour. 2. Additional charges are payable in the following circumstances: a) Late notification, late arrival/departure, cancellation and detention as detailed. b) Pilotage services from St. Helens Roads to Cowes or vice versa will be charged at the Standard Rate with the addition of a surcharge of 25%. When making a request for such services, St Helens must be stipulated and substituted for North Sturbridge in the ETA/ETD. c) An invoice for the pilotage charge will be rendered to the ship s agent or master for payment within 30
21 Document Pilotage Directions & Schedules days. If charges incurred are not paid within that 30 day period an interest charge of 8% above the Bank of England s base dealing rate will be payable. d) A berth to berth move will have an additional charge if a pilot boat is required to be used. 3. If less than 12 hours notice (3 hours before departure of a berth) of a request for pilotage services is received a penalty charge of 25% of the Standard Charge may be levied in addition to the Standard Charge (surcharged if applicable). 4. A cancellation of a request for pilotage services or an amendment to an ETA/ETD received up to 1 ½ hours before the time for which the request was made will be accepted without penalty. 5. If the request for pilotage services is cancelled or amended after 1 ½ hours before the ETA/ETD, a fee of 33% of the Standard Charge (surcharged if applicable) will be charged. 6. If a pilot has attended a vessel or the pilot boarding position for the time requested and the act of pilotage has not commenced within 30 minutes of that time there will be a charge for waiting time or the request for services may be cancelled and if so, a cancellation fee of 50% of the Standard Charge (surcharged if applicable) will be charged. 7. In the case of 4, 5 and 6 above a further request for pilotage services will have to be made giving the required notice. The penalty charge referred to in 3 above will not apply to such further request. 8. Once an act of pilotage has commenced if for any reason, other than traffic movements or restricted visibility, the vessel s transit is delayed for 30 minutes or more, then a detention fee of 50 will be charged for each period of 30 minutes or part thereof after the first 30 minutes of the delay. 9. The over carrying of a pilot will incur a charge of 500 per 24 hour period or part thereof until the pilot is returned to Cowes. In addition, the costs of travel to and return of the pilot to Cowes will be charged against the ship. 10. Failure to take a pilot may result in prosecution, also a charge of twice the standard pilotage charge (surcharged if applicable) for the vessel will be levied per occurrence. 11. If a vessel is unable to reach the destination for which the services of a pilot have been engaged through any circumstances, a charge shall be made equivalent to that payable for the Act of Pilotage. 12. An Act of Pilotage shall be deemed to be completed once a vessel has reached a safe berth or anchorage, or the limits of the CHA Area of Compulsory Pilotage for that vessel. 13. Any vessel requiring a pilot to remain on board while a compass adjustment is made will incur an additional charge of 100.
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