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Here is the unofficial translation of Chapter 111 and the subsections of Chapter 17 of the Maritime Safety Act regarding waterway dues. Currently no official translation of the Maritime Safety Act is available.

 

MARITIME SAFETY ACT
Entry into force of this version 01 July 2013
Valid until 31 August 2013


Chapter 111 WATERWAY DUES
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 - entry into force 01.07.2013]


§ 501. Waterway dues
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

(1) Waterway dues are dues for navigational organisation, and the use of icebreaking and information services, as well as the use of the infrastructure installed on public waterways to ensure maritime safety.
(2) Waterway dues shall be paid upon arrival of a ship at an Estonian port or a roadstead of an Estonian port. Waterway dues shall be paid for all ships irrespective of their flag state.
(3) Waterway dues shall be paid by the shipowner or the ship’s agent.
(4) Waterway dues shall be paid into the state budget. The Maritime Administration shall calculate waterway dues and issue corresponding payment notices.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

§ 502. Payer of dues
[Repealed - RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

§ 503. Receipt of dues
[Repealed - RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

§ 504. Calculation of waterway dues
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

(1) The Maritime Administration shall calculate waterway dues upon arrival of a ship at a port or a roadstead of a port once in a calendar day if at the roadstead of the port the ship is loaded, unloaded, supplied with provisions (food, water etc.), repaired, or the ship is associated with commercial activities in any other manner.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
(11) If,  after arrival at a port or roadstead of a port a ship leaves for another port or a roadstead of another port in the same region, waterway dues shall be calculated for one arrival. The regions of ports are the following:
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
1 2) the eastern part of the Gulf of Finland, including the ports east of the meridian 25º30’E;
[RT I, 22.12.2010, 1 – entry into force 02.01.2011]
2) the western part of the Gulf of Finland, including the ports between the meridians 24º00’E and 25º30’E;
[RT I, 22.12.2010, 1 – entry into force 02.01.2011]
3) West Estonia, including the ports west of the meridian 24º00’E, excluding the ports specified in clause 4 of this subsection;
[RT I, 22.12.2010, 1 – entry into force 02.01.2011]
4) the Gulf of Riga, including the ports east of the meridian 23º55’E and the ports in the island of Ruhnu.
[RT I, 22.12.2010, 1 – entry into force 02.01.2011]
(12) If, in the course of the calendar day, a ship visits several ports or roadsteads of several ports within different regions of ports, the Maritime Administration shall calculate waterway dues for one arrival.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
(13) [Repealed - RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
(2) The Maritime Administration shall submit to the shipowner or the ship’s agent a payment notice concerning the waterway dues subject to payment, which is prepared on the basis of the ship’s general declaration or the pilot bill. A payment notice for a calendar month and regarding a ship providing a scheduled service shall be submitted by the fifth day of the following month. A payment notice regarding other ships shall be submitted within 30 days as of the date of arrival of the ship at a port or roadstead of a port.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
(21) A payment notice regarding a ship providing a scheduled service and visiting an Estonian port five or more times per month shall be prepared for no more than five visits in one month. Payment notices for more than five visits shall be prepared in the following months, but for no more than five visits in one month. For the last month in a calendar year, the payment notice concerning the waterway dues subject to payment shall be prepared for all visits.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

“(22) If a ship providing a regular service is replaced with another ship, the total number of entries made by such ships shall be calculated for the purpose of reducing the fairway due, and first of all, the entries made in the course of the regular service provided during a calendar year by the ship with a higher fairway due rate shall be taken into account as the times payable for under in subsection c. If the ship with the higher fairway due rate has entered a port less times than the number provided for in subsection 5010 (1) of this Act, the fairway due payable for the remaining times shall be calculated according to the rate applicable to the ship with the second highest fairway due rate. If a payment notice has been prepared for a ship with the smaller fairway due rate before the replacement of the ship, but the fairway due with the higher rate is payable for the full calendar year, a setoff of fairway dues shall be made not later than in the last month of the calendar year, and a fairway due shall be added to the payment notice in the amount by which the fairway due was previously calculated less. This subsection is applied to the ships of one and the same operator.”
[RT I, 29.06.2014, 110 - entry into force 09.07.2014]

(23) If according to the timetable referred to in subsection 5010 (12) of this Act, fairway dues shall be paid at a lower rate than for 60 times during a calendar year pursuant to clause 5010 (1) 1) of this Act, the Maritime Administration shall prepare payment notices pursuant to the procedure provided in the first sentence of subsection 504 (21) until the maximum number of entries made by the respective ship and payable for during a calendar year is achieved. If the timetable is changed during a calendar year, and therefore the fairway dues payable for the passenger ship during the calendar year pursuant to clause 5010 (1) 1) change, a setoff of fairway dues shall be made not later than in the last month of the calendar year, and a fairway due shall be added to the payment notice in the amount by which the fairway dues were previously calculated less, or the overpaid amount shall be returned.
[RT I, 30.12.2014, 3 – entry into force 01.01.2015]
 

(3) A payment notice shall set out:
1) the given name, surname and position of the official preparing the payment notice;
2) the date of preparation of the payment notice;
3) the name and address of the payer;
4) the amount of waterway dues subject to payment;
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
5) the legal and factual basis for the notice, including the bases for the calculation of the amount of the waterway dues, reduction or increase of the due rate;
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
6) the due date for payment;
7) a warning concerning the obligation to pay fine for delay and the commencement of compulsory enforcement in case of failure to pay waterway dues by the due date.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
(4) The term for payment of waterway dues is ten working days after the date of receipt of a payment notice, unless otherwise provided for in this Act.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
(5) Waterway dues for ships providing a scheduled service shall be paid by the 25th of the following month.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

(4) The term for payment of fairway dues is 30 days after the date of receipt of a payment notice, unless otherwise provided for in this Act.
[RT I, 30.12.2014, 3 – entry into force 01.01.2015]
 

§ 505. Rates of waterway dues

(1) Waterway dues shall be calculated on the basis of a ship’s gross tonnage (GT) which is multiplied by the unit price (the cost per one tonne).
(2) The unit price for a cruise ship is 0.12 euro.
(3) The unit price for other types of ship is the following, on the basis of ice class:
1) 1A Super or an equivalent ice class – 0.28 euro;
2) 1A or an equivalent ice class – 0.30 euro;
3) other ice class or no ice class – 0.35 euro.
(4) The maximum amount of waterway dues per one voyage is 20,000 euro for a tanker, 12,000 euro for a cruise ship and 15,000 euro for other types of ship.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

§ 506. Payment of waterway dues
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

(1) A shipowner or a ship’s agent is required to transfer the waterway dues to the bank account specified in the payment notice by the due date indicated in the payment notice.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
(2) The Maritime Administration shall submit a statement of holdings concerning receipt of dues to a shipowner or a ship’s agent at its request.
[RT I 2005, 31, 229 – entry into force 03.06.2005]

§ 507. Fine for delay and compulsory enforcement
[RT I 2008, 47, 263 – entry into force 16.11.2008]

(1) If a shipowner or a ship’s agent has not paid waterway dues by the due date indicated in the payment notice, the shipowner or ship’s agent is required to pay a fine for delay in the amount of 0.05 per cent per day on the amount not paid by the due date, but the total amount shall not exceed the waterway dues indicated in the payment notice submitted to the shipowner or ship’s agent by the Maritime Administration.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
(2) A payment notice on which the payment of waterway dues is based is an administrative act for the performance of a public law financial obligation within the meaning of clause 2 (1) 21) of the Code of Enforcement Procedure. If a shipowner or ship’s agent fails to pay waterway dues by the due date, the Maritime Administration has the right to submit the payment notice for compulsory enforcement within the period of seven years as of the due date of payment.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

§ 508. Obligation of port authority
[RT I 2009, 37, 251 – entry into force 10.07.2009]

(1) A port authority is required to present to the Maritime Administration the schedules of ships providing a scheduled service.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
(2) The schedule for the coming calendar month shall be presented not later than on the last working day of the given month.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

§ 509. Release from payment

(1) The following are released from payment of waterway dues:
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]
1) ships performing administrative duties and owned by the Republic of Estonia;
2) military vessels of the Republic of Estonia;
3) floating hospitals, training vessels and ships engaged in research in Estonia;
4) ships participating in international non-commercial cooperation programmes in which Estonia is involved;
5) foreign ships which arrive for a state visit;
6) ships which arrive in order to transport sick persons, survivors of a marine casualty or persons who have died;
7) fishing vessels;
8) ships providing a connection between the Estonian mainland and the islands, including mail ships;
9) ships bunkering at a roadstead and ships delivering bilge water, tank washing water and waste oil if they do not enter Estonian ports;
10) ships which stay only at a roadstead to find refuge from storm.
(2) [Repealed - RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

§ 5010. Reduction of due rates

(1) Waterway dues shall be paid during a calendar year for a maximum of:
1) 60 times by a passenger ship, whereas for a half of the number of entries made by a passenger ship providing a regular service, but not for over 60 times;

 (1 2) If fairway dues shall be paid for less than 60 times during a calendar year for a passenger ship providing a regular service pursuant to clause (1) 1) of this section, the operator of the passenger ship or the ship’s agent shall submit a timetable for the voyages planned for the given calendar year to the Maritime Administration not later than by the end of the calendar month preceding the voyages undertaken pursuant to the timetable. If the timetable is changed during the calendar year, the operator or the ship’s agent shall immediately inform the Maritime Administration about the respective changes.

[RT I, 30.12.2014, 3 – entry into force 01.01.2015]

[RT I, 30.12.2014, 3 – entry into force 01.01.2015]

2) 3 times by a cruise ship;
3) 10 times by other types of ship.
(2) 30 per cent of the rate of the waterway dues is paid for a ship on a roadstead if that the ship does not enter a port.
(3) If a port is not serviced by icebreakers on the basis of § 50 (1) of this Act, a shipowner or ship’s agent shall pay 70 per cent of the rate of the waterway dues stipulated in § 505.
(4) 50 per cent of the rate of the waterway dues is paid for a ship that has arrived to undergo repairs in case the ship is not loaded or unloaded and no passengers are embarking or disembarking.
(5) The waterway dues for double hull oil tankers with segregated ballast tanks shall be calculated on the basis of the reduced gross tonnage of the ship which is set out in the tonnage certificate issued pursuant to the International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships of 1969. The reduced gross tonnage shall be taken into account if a corresponding notation is entered in the section “Notations” of the tonnage certificate of the ship.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

“(11) In order to apply the specification provided for in subsection 504 (22) of this Act upon replacement of a ship providing a regular service with another ship, the operator shall immediately inform the Maritime Administration about the necessity for replacement of the ship providing a regular service.”

RT I, 29.06.2014, 110 - entry into force 09.07.2014]

§ 5011. [Repealed - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1 – entry into force 02.01.2011]

Chapter 17 IMPLEMENTING PROVISIONS

§ 95. Specifications for application of this Act

(22) The maximum number of instances of paying waterway dues as stipulated in § 5010 (1) of this Act shall be calculated from 01 July 2013.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

(23) The waterway dues payable for ship visits from 01 July 2013 to 31 December 2013 shall be reduced on the basis of the amount of lighthouse dues and navigation dues paid for a ship from 01 January 2013 to 30 June 2013. The waterway dues payable for one visit shall be reduced by the sum that is calculated by dividing the amount of lighthouse dues and navigation dues paid for a ship from 01 January 2013 to 30 June 2013 by the number of voyages made during the same period, but by no more than
1) 60 in case of a passenger ship;
2) 3 in case of a cruise ship;
3) 10 in case of other types of ship.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

(24) The reduction of waterway dues stipulated in subsection 23 of this section shall be applied to the same number of voyages that a ship made between 01 January 2013 and 30 June 2013, but to no more voyages than
1) 60 in case of a passenger ship;
2) 3 in case of a cruise ship;
3) 10 in case of other types of ship.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

(25) If the reduction of the due rate according to subsection 23 of this section for one voyage is larger than the amount of waterway dues payable for that voyage, the amount of the reduction of the due rate shall be deemed equal to the amount of waterway dues.
[RT I, 31.12.2012, 1 – entry into force 01.07.2013]

(26) If a passenger ship providing a regular service, for which fairway dues shall be paid for less than 60 times during a calendar year, starts undertaking voyages pursuant to clause 5010 (1) 1) of this Act in January 2015, the timetable referred to in subsection 5010 (12) of this Act shall be submitted to the Maritime Administration not later than by 31 January 2015.

[RT I, 30.12.2014, 3 – entry into force 01.01.2015]

 

 

 

NB! This is the previous version which expired on 30 June 2013.

MARITIME SAFETY ACT
Entry into force of this version 01 January 2012
 
Chapter 111
Lighthouse Dues and Navigation Dues
(entered into force 25.04.2004 - RT I 2004, 24, 164)
 
§ 501. Lighthouse dues and navigation dues
(1)        Lighthouse dues are dues for the use of the navigational infrastructure installed on public waterways to ensure maritime safety.
(2)        Navigation dues are dues for the navigation organisation and use of ice breaking and information services on public waterways.
(entered into force 25.04.2004 - RT I 2004, 24, 164)
(3)        This Chapter shall apply to all ships irrespective of the flag they fly.
(entered into force 02.01.2011 - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1)
 
§ 502. Payer of dues
Lighthouse dues and navigation dues shall be paid by the shipowner or ship’s agent.
(entered into force 25.04.2004 - RT I 2004, 24, 164)
 
§ 503. Receipt of dues
Lighthouse dues and navigation dues shall be paid into the state budget.
(entered into force 03.06.2005 - RT I 2005, 31, 229)
 
§ 504. Calculation of lighthouse dues and navigation dues
(entered into force 03.06.2005 - RT I 2005, 31, 229)
(1)        The Maritime Administration shall calculate lighthouse dues and navigation dues upon arrival of a ship at a port or a roadstead of a port once in a twenty-four hour period if at the roadstead of the port the ship is loaded, unloaded, supplied with (food, water etc.), repaired or the ship is associated with commercial activities in any other manner.
(11) If, after arrival at a port or roadstead of a port a ship leaves for another port or a roadstead of another port in the same region, lighthouse dues and navigation dues shall be calculated for one arrival. The regions of ports are the following:
1) the eastern part of the Gulf of Finland, including the ports east of the meridian 25º30’E;
2) the western part of the Gulf of Finland, including the ports between the meridians 24º00’E and 25º30’E;
3) West Estonia, including the ports west of the meridian 24º00’E and excluding the ports specified in clause 4 of this subsection;
4) the Gulf of Riga, including the ports in the island of Ruhnu and the ports east of the meridian 23º55’E.
(entered into force 02.01.2011 - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1)
(12) If, in the course of 24 hours, a ship visits several ports or roadstead of several ports within different regions of ports, the Maritime Administration shall calculate lighthouse dues and navigation dues for one arrival.
(entered into force 02.01.2011 - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1)
(13) The Maritime Administration shall calculate lighthouse dues and navigation dues for a tow on the basis of the gross tonnage of the ships altogether. The release from payment as stipulated in § 509 of this Act and the reduction of due rates as stipulated in § 5010 of this Act shall be applied on the basis of the flag of a tow.
(entered into force 02.01.2011 - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1)
 
(2)        The Maritime Administration shall submit to the shipowner or ship’s agent a payment notice concerning the lighthouse dues and navigation dues subject to payment, which is prepared on the basis of the ship’s general declaration or the pilot bill. A payment notice for a calendar month and regarding a ship providing a scheduled service shall be submitted by the fifth day of the following month. A payment notice regarding other ships shall be submitted within 30 days as of the date of arrival of the ship at a port or roadstead of a port.
(entered into force 16.11.2008 - RT I 2008, 47, 263)
(3)        A payment notice shall set out:
1) the given name, surname and position of the official preparing the payment notice;
2) the date of preparation of the payment notice;
3) the name and address of the payer;
4) the amount of lighthouse dues and navigation dues subject to payment;
5) the legal and factual basis for the notice, including the bases for the calculation of the amount of the lighthouse dues and navigation dues, reduction or increase of the due rate;
6) the due date for payment;
7) a warning concerning the obligation to pay fine for delay and the commencement of compulsory enforcement in case of failure to pay lighthouse dues or navigation dues by the due date.
(entered into force 16.11.2008 - RT I 2008, 47, 263)
 
(4)        The term for payment of lighthouse dues and navigation dues is ten working days after the date of receipt of a payment notice, unless otherwise provided for in this Act.
(entered into force 16.11.2008 - RT I 2008, 47, 263)
(5)        Lighthouse dues and navigation dues for ships providing a scheduled service shall be paid by the 25th of the following month.
 
§ 505. Rates of lighthouse dues and navigation dues
Lighthouse dues and navigation dues shall be paid at the following rates:
 

Gross tonnage of ship (GT)
Lighthouse dues
(in euros)
Navigation dues
(in euros)
100–250
40
6
251–500
80
19
501–1000
120
55
1001–1500
160
95
1501–2000
205
125
2001–3000
245
170
3001–5000
325
235
5001–7500
410
380
7501–10 000
570
540
10 001–12 500
735
700
12 501–15 000
900
840
15 001–18 000
1060
990
18 001–24 000
1225
1115
24 001–30 000
1635
1260
30 001–40 000
2045
1500
40 001–60 000
2455
1790
60 001–75 000
2860
2045
over 75 000
3260
2235

(entered into force 01.01.2011 - RT I 2010, 22, 108)
 
§ 506. Payment of lighthouse dues and navigation dues
(entered into force 03.06.2005 - RT I 2005, 31, 229)
(1)        A shipowner or a ship’s agent is required to transfer the lighthouse dues and navigation dues to the bank account specified in the payment notice by the due date indicated in the payment notice.
(entered into force 16.11.2008 - RT I 2008, 47, 263)
(2)        The Maritime Administration shall submit a statement of holdings concerning receipt of dues to a shipowner or a ship’s agent at its request.
(entered into force 03.06.2005 - RT I 2005, 31, 229)
 
§ 507. Fine for delay and compulsory enforcement
(1)        If a shipowner or a ship’s agent has not paid lighthouse dues and navigation dues by the due date indicated in the payment notice, the shipowner or ship’s agent is required to pay a fine for delay in the amount of 0.05 per cent per day on the amount not paid by the due date, but the total amount shall not exceed the lighthouse dues or navigation dues indicated in the payment notice submitted to the shipowner or ship’s agent by the Maritime Administration.
(entered into force 02.01.2011 - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1)
(2)       A payment notice on which the payment of lighthouse dues and navigation dues is based is an administrative act for the performance of a public law financial obligation within the meaning of clause 2 (1) 21) of the Code of Enforcement Procedure. If a shipowner or ship’s agent fails to pay lighthouse dues or navigation dues by the due date, the Maritime Administration has the right to submit the payment notice for compulsory enforcement within the period of seven years as of the due date of payment.
(entered into force 16.11.2008 - RT I 2008, 47, 263)
 
§ 508. Obligation of port authority
(entered into force 10.07.2009 - RT I 2009, 37, 251)
(1)        A port authority is required to present to the Maritime Administration the schedules of ships providing a scheduled service.
(entered into force 10.07.2009 - RT I, 2009, 37, 251)
(2)        The schedule of the coming calendar month shall be presented not later than on the last working day of the given month.
(entered into force 25.04.2004 - RT I 2004, 24, 164)
 
§ 509. Release from payment
(1)        The following are released from payment of lighthouse dues and navigation dues:
1)         ships performing administrative duties and owned by the Republic of Estonia;
2)         military vessels of the Republic of Estonia;
3)         floating hospitals, training vessels and ships engaged in research in Estonia;
4)         ships participating in international non-commercial cooperation programmes in which Estonia is involved;
5)         foreign ships which arrive for a state visit;
6)         ships which arrive in order to transport sick persons, persons who have survived a marine casualty or have died;
7)         fishing vessels;
8)         ships providing a connection between the Estonian mainland and the islands, including mail ships;
9)         ships bunkering at a roadstead and ships delivering bilge water, tank washing water and waste oil if they do not enter Estonian ports;
10)       ships which stay only at a roadstead to find refuge from storm.
(2)        A shipowner shall be released from the payment of lighthouse dues in respect of every new ship providing a scheduled service with which the shipowner additionally commences provision of a regular service. The benefit applies until the end of the calendar year as of the date on which provision of the regular service is commenced. If a ship providing a scheduled service is replaced by another ship or a ship is transferred from one route to another or a ship is returned to the route after temporary removal for a shorter period than twelve months, the right to receive the release does not arise.
(entered into force 02.01.2011 - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1)
 
§ 5010. Reduction of due rates
(1)        Lighthouse dues and navigation dues in the amount of 75 per cent of the due rates provided for in § 505 of this Act shall be paid for ships flying the national flag of a member state of the European Union, or the flag of a state party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or, pursuant to international agreements of the Republic of Estonia on the basis of the principle of reciprocity, the national flag of a third country.
(entered into force 02.01.2011 - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1)
(2)        All reductions apply to ships specified in subsection (1) of this section and to other ships flying the national flag of a foreign country, which apply for the reduction of dues and comply with the requirements presented below, as follows:
1)         60 per cent of the rate of the lighthouse dues and navigation dues is paid for a cruise ship or a high speed craft;
2)         50 per cent of the rate of the navigation dues is paid for ships of strengthened ice class (1A and 1A Super or corresponding thereto);
3)         30 per cent of the rate of the lighthouse dues and navigation dues is paid for a ship on a roadstead provided that the ship does not enter a port.
(entered into force 02.01.2011 - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1)
(3)        Calculation of the reductions provided for in subsection (2) of this section shall be based on the rates provided for in § 505 of this Act or reduction of the dues provided for in subsection (1) of this section arising from the flag state of the ship.
Each reduction provided for in subsection (2) of this section in the rates named in the first sentence of this subsection shall be calculated on the basis of the dues reduced in accordance with the antecedent clause in subsection (2) of this section.
(entered into force 02.01.2011 - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1)
 (4)        The lighthouse dues and navigation dues for double hull oil tankers with segregated ballast tanks shall be calculated on the basis of the reduced gross tonnage of the ship which is set out in the tonnage certificate issued pursuant to the International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships of 1969. The reduced gross tonnage shall be taken into account if a corresponding notation is entered in the section “Notations” of the tonnage certificate of the ship.
(5)        If a port itself provides ice breaking services, the shipowner or ship’s agent shall pay navigation dues in an amount which is 50 per cent of the rate provided for in § 505 of this Act during the winter navigation period. The winter navigation period shall be established by the Director General of the Maritime Administration.
(entered into force 02.01.2011 - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1)
 
§ 5011. Repealed.
(entered into force 02.01.2011 - RT I, 22.12.2010, 1)