Effective Date: March 31, 2016

VESSEL, CARGO AND PASSENGER FEES

Short term berthage
1)     $0.060 per tonne of Gross Registered Tonnage (GRT) for the first 12 hours
2)     $0.060 per tonne of GRT for the second 12 hours
3)     $0.032 per tonne of GRT for each subsequent 12 hours
 
Long term berthage
1)     $0.33 x length of vessel (in metres) per 24 hours
 
Cargo
The port handles various types of cargo. Rates for project cargo and other types of cargo are available from the Port of Toronto upon request.
Port of Toronto primary cargo rates:

COMMODITY UNIT RATE PER UNIT
Sugar Tonne   $0.51
Cement Tonne  $0.62
Salt Tonne $0.37
Aggregate / stone / sand   Tonne $0.27
 
Harbour Tour Vessels
Annual passenger user fee: $8.75 per passenger capacity of vessel
 
Summer berthing fee (May - October 2016): $130 x length of vessel in feet
Winter berthing fee (November 2016 - April 2017): $45.65 x length  of vessel in feet
 
Parliament Street:
1)     Summer berthing fee (May - October 2013): $97 x length  of vessel in feet
2)     Winter berthing fee (November 2013 - April 2014): $45.65 x length of  vessel in feet
 
Cruise Vessels
 
1)     Passenger user fee is $10.10 for each embarking  / disembarking passenger.
2)     Passenger X-ray baggage fee is $3.35 per passenger 

City of Toronto Ferries

The annual passenger user fee is $11.70 / passenger capacity of the vessel.

HARBOUR MASTER AUTHORIZATIONS

PortsToronto provides authorizations for activities that take place within its jurisdiction.
TYPE OF EVENT APPLICATION FEE
Basic event $200 (waived for a registered charity)
Large event $1000
Construction $1500
 

POWERED VESSEL OPERATOR'S PERMIT

Recreational boaters operating a powered vessel within the Port and Harbour of Toronto must be in possession Powered Vessel Operator’s Permit.
TYPE FEE
New permit application $30
New permit application with shipping and handling $37
Annual permit renewal $15 per year
Expired Permit or Written Test Re-write $20
Off-site Examiner Fee $250

Boaters Notice

PortsToronto is responsible for keeping the Toronto Harbour safe and navigable. See Boater’s Notices about everything from swimming in the harbour to obtaining permission for a marine event.

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A Power Vessel Operator’s Permit is required to operate a powered vessel in the Port and Harbour of Toronto.

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