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Positive changes to Panama Canal’s tolls

changes to Panama Canal's tolls

Following the consultation period on the new payment structure, there have been positive changes to the Panama Canal’s tolls.  Since the new tolls were proposed on 1st April 2022, 17 parties submitted their feedback.  As a result, prices were revised down for transits of vessels in ballast conditions and empty containerships. Authorities will delay implementing passenger vessel toll increases until January 2024 and January 2025.

Click below to read the latest information on new toll rates in the Panama Canal: ADV25-2022 Panamas Cabinet Council Approves Toll Structure

 

View the original pricing structure, which will be implemented as planned bar those points detailed above, by clicking here: Simple: From 430 Panama Canal Tolls to Under 60

And for those of you planning to book your vessel in to the Panama Canal this month, here is the latest situation regarding vessel backlog:

 

 

 

 

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