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P&O PRINCESS CRUISES INTERNATIONAL LTD v THE DEMISE CHARTERERS OF THE VESSEL “COLUMBUS” AND IN THE MATTER OF THE CLAIM FOR PORT DUES BY PORT OF TILBURY LONDON LTD

Lloyd's Law Reports Plus

P&O PRINCESS CRUISES INTERNATIONAL LTD v THE DEMISE CHARTERERS OF THE VESSEL “COLUMBUS” AND IN THE MATTER OF THE CLAIM FOR PORT DUES BY PORT OF TILBURY LONDON LTD

[2021] Lloyd's Rep. Plus 65

QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION (ADMIRALTY COURT)

Before Mr Admiralty Registrar Davison

Admiralty – Port dues – Cruise vessels laid-up at Port of Tilbury following suspension of cruise operations caused by Covid-19 pandemic – Port agreeing preferential lay-up rate – Port subsequently stating that rates were to be as per Port’s published tariff – Whether Port entitled to increase rate to tariff rate – Harbours Act 1964 – Port of London Act 1968 – Port of Tilbury General Trading Regulations 2005.

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