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Passengers To Pay Landing Fee Tax In Guernsey From 2017

Passengers travelling on board cruise ships to St Peter Port, Guernsey next year will have to pay a £1 landing fee to come ashore.

In addition, ships anchoring off the port will have to pay an anchorage fee of 5.9p per gross tonne and a new higher cap of £1500.

It is anticipated that this will see revenues from this new anchorage fee will rise by as much as 25%. This is in addition to the £4m in revenue seen in 2015 from cruise passengers coming ashore in Guernsey.

St Peter Port is a popular destination for cruise ships operating on mini cruises from Southampton or on 7 night cruises to Spain and Portugal.



Nearly 30 year old who has had an interest in cruising since 8 years old. Since then I have cruised on over 43 cruises sailing around the world visiting places such as the USA, Japan, Hong Kong, Egypt, Europe and many other places. Have also worked in the cruise industry with Carnival UK, Celebrity Cruises and Planet Cruise.

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