foreign vessel means a vessel registered in accor- dance with the laws of another state or jurisdiction. Also referred to as "out-of-country."
foreign vessel means any vessel that is not a [name of country] vessel; “Foreign fishing vessel” means any vessel that is not a [name of country]
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foreign vessel means any vessel other than a relevant British fishing boat or a Scottish fishing boat,
foreign vessel means a vessel other than a vessel which is registered in Nauru in accordance with the Shipping Registration Act 1968;
foreign vessel means any vessel other than a coastal vessel. (iii). “Per Day” means per calendar day unless otherwise stated. 1.2 GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS: (i). The status of the vessel, as borne out by its certification by the Customs or the Director General of Shipping, is the relevant factor to decide whether vessel is ‘coastal’ or ‘foreign-going’ for the purpose of levy of vessel related charges; and, the nature of cargo or its origin will not be of any relevance for this purpose. (ii). (a). The vessel related charges for all coastal vessels should not exceed 60% of the corresponding charges for other vessels. (b). The cargo related charges for all coastal cargo other than thermal coal should not exceed 60% of the normal cargo related charges. (c). In case of cargo related charges, the concessional rates should be levied on all the relevant handling charges for ship-shore transfer and transfer from / to quay to / from storage yard including wharfage. (d). Cargo from a foreign port, which reaches an Indian Port ‘A’ for subsequent transhipment to Indian Port ‘B’ will be, levied the concessional charges relevant for its coastal voyage. In other words, cargo from / to Indian ports carried by vessel permitted to undertake coastal voyage will qualify for the concession.