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Chapter 04 - Dockage and Wharfage

20.0412 Use charges-Equipment described.


(a) Charges for use of the following floating equipment owned by the ASG shall be:

Description of Equipment Use Charges

(1) Tug Tatoso. Use Charges

Twin screws, twin rudders; length, 85 feet; 1530 horsepower; speed, 10 knots; range, 5,000 miles.

$150 per hour; $165 per hour outside normal working hours,
Work equipment: firefighting and deep-sea towing capacity. $2,400 per day

Electronic equipment: Loran; radar, fathometer, automatic direction finder VHF voice radio (2182 kc etc.), single side band voice radio (5827.5 kh), VHF radio (156. mhz and 156.8 mHz)

$200 minimum.

 

(2) Tug Tava’e
Twin-screw, twin-rudder general purpose rug; length, 55 feet; 280 horsepower; speed, 9 knots range, 600 miles. $100 per hour, $110 per hour outside normal working hours,
Electronic equipment: radar, fathometer,automatic direction finder, VHF voice radio (2 182 he etc.), single side band voice radio (5827 .5-ke), VHF voice radio (156.6 mHz and 156.8 mHz). $1,600 per day, $133 minimum.
(3) Tug Toloa:
Similar to Tug Tava’e, except 340 shaft horsepower. $100 per hour, $110 per hour outside normal working hours, $1,600 per day, $133 minimum.
(4) Landing craft, utility:

Navy-design, steel-hul1ed utility landing craft; length, 115 feet; width, 35 feet.

$100 per hour, $110 per hour outside normal working hours,

3 engines, triple screws; speed, 5 to 6 knots; range, 250 miles.

$2,000 per day, $200 minimum.

Cargo capacity: approximately 200 tons.

Electronic equipment: automatic direction finder, VHF voice radio (2182 kc), single side band voice radio (5827.5 kc).

 

(5) Masimasi:

 Single-screw, ferro-concrete line boat and tender; length, 26 feet.

As line boat: $50 per hour, $55 per hour outside normal working, hours, $67 minimum.

 

Other trips: $30 per hour, $33 per hour outside normal working hours, $40 minimum.
(6) Talitiga II:
Single-screw line boat and tender, length, 28 feet. As line boat: $50 per hour, $55 per hour outside normal working hours, $67 minimum.
Other trips: $30 per hour, $33 per hour outside normal working hours, $40 minimum.
(7) Matu’u:
Crane Barge No.4; flat barge; length, 110 feet; width, 44 feet; molded depth, 12 feet. $60 per hour inside harbor, $66 per hour outside normal working hours,
Work equipment: diesel-electric, 25-ton, 100-foot-radius crane. $600 plus $60 per hour in excess of 8 hours outside harbor, daily rate only.
Cargo capacity: 500 tons.
(8) Canton Barge:
Sea-going barge, flat, steel, open; light draft; 110 feet by 32 feet by 2 feet; nonself-propelled. $20 per hour, $100 minimum, $320 per day.
Cargo capacity: 500 tons.

(b) Per purposes of this section, normal working hours shall be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(c) Charges may be adjusted for long hauls or extended contracts.

20.0413 Applicability of charges.


The charges established by this article apply to both public agencies and private uses.

20.0411 Availability.


Motor launches, tugs and other floating equipment owned by the ASG and described in this article may be used, at the established use charges, when available and at the convenience of the department of port administration.

20.0410 Authority.


The rule codified in this article is adopted under tile authority of 20.1605 A.S.C.A.

20.0402 Purpose.


This article modifies the wharfage charge, tonnage dues, and storage charges on cargo transshipped through the Port of Pago Pago to other Pacific island destinations outside of the territory in order to enhance the desirability and use of the port as a transshipment point in the South Pacific region.

20.0403 Wharfage, tonnage, and storage charges.


(a) The following charges and dues on cargo transshipped through the Port of Pago Pago to other Pacific island destinations outside of the territory are waived:

(1) Wharfage charge on cargo loaded imposed by 20.1607 (b) A.S.C.A.;

(2) Tonnage dues on cargo out imposed by 20.1607 (c) (2) (B) A.S.C.A.; and

(3) Storage charges imposed by 20.1607 (c) (3) A.S.C.A., and 20.1607 (c) (5) (A) A.S.C.A., for the first 30 days.

(b) Storage charges after 30 days shall be as follows:

(1) Imposed by 20.1607 (c) (3) A.S.C.A.: $ 1 per ton or fraction thereof; and

(2) Imposed by 20.1607 (c) (5) (A) A.S.C.A.: $0.53 per day.

20.0401 Authority.


The executive order embodied in Rule 13-80 and codified in this article is issued under the authority of Section 6 of Article 1V of the Revised Constitution of American Samoa, and 20.1607(g) A.S.C.A.