In the past, an earmarked charge levied on incoming ships for the maintenance of the signal lighting (warning light) of a cape (headland: a projection of land that is dangerous for ships because it usually extends far into the sea with reefs and cliffs). – See ice-out fee, boarding fee, harbor fee, wharf fee, cap fee, crane fee, cargo fee, load fee, lighthouse fee, demurrage, pilotage, cap fee, pratica fee, buoy fee.
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