As specified in the Financial Administration Act (FAA), the Atlantic Pilotage Authority is required to maintain financial and management control, information systems, and management practices that provide reasonable assurance of the following:
- its assets are safeguarded and controlled;
- its financial, human, and physical resources are managed economically and efficiently; and
- its operations are carried out effectively.
The FAA also requires the Authority to have a special examination of these systems and practices carried out at least once every ten years. Attached below are the most recent special examinations.
Pilotage & Other Charges
The Pilotage Act requires that pilotage tariffs be fixed at a level that permits the Authority to operate on a self-sustaining financial basis, and that the tariffs set be fair and reasonable. The goal is to have each area become financially self-sufficient to eliminate cross-subsidization among ports.
Ordering a Pilot
To order a pilot, please contact the Atlantic Pilotage Authority Dispatch Centre at 1-877-272-3477 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.