Suez Canal Authority on December 18th, 2022, issued multiple navigation circulars.
All these documents are effective from January 1st, 2023.
Since there are 8 navigation circulars, below we will only list them as links (available only to subscribers):
Periodical Concerning Laden or Ballast “Dry Bulk” Vessels Operating Between Australian Ports and Ports at North West Europe
Periodical Regarding the Amendment & Renewal of Circular No. (3/2018) Concerning (Laden/Ballast) Dry Bulk Vessels; Operating Between Americas’ Eastern Ports (Before Brazilian Ports) and Asian Ports
Periodical Regarding the Amendment & Renewal of Circular (2/2016) Concerning Laden or Ballast “Containerships” Coming from Ports at the East Coast of America and Heading to Ports at the South and South East of Asia
Periodical Concerning the Amendment & Renewal of Circular no. (2/2021) Concerning (Laden/Ballast) “Dry Bulk Vessels”
Concerning Suez Canal Transit Dues as of the First of January, 2023
The Renewal & Amendment of Circular (1/2018) Concerning Oil Tankers (Ballast or Laden with Crude Oil)
Periodical Regarding the Renewal & Amendment of Circular (4/2020) on 18-12-2022 Concerning Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) Carriers
Periodical Concerning the Renewal & Amendment of Circular (7/2017) Concerning LNG Carriers
Suez Canal Authority issues circular about vessels refusing or abstaining from inspection
Mar 27, 2023
Suez Canal Authority issues circulars regarding tankers' transit fees
Feb 28, 2023