Cruise Terminal

The past decade has seen many changes in the country's fortunes and these have been matched by the GPA's vision in developing its range of port services.

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Since 2000 the GPA has had jurisdiction over all stevedores working in the port.

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Focal Point

The GPA continues to be Grenada's focal point for international organizations in maritime matters. Its staff represents Grenada at regional and international conferences, most recently at the Transport Committee of the Association of Caribbean  States, the Caribbean Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control, the IOPC Funds, the IMO and the Organization of American States Committee on Ports.

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Future Vision

The future looks bright for Grenada - thanks in no small part to the GPA's efforts over the past three decades in building the economy for the benefit of all islanders.

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Official Ports of Entry

  • St. George's
    St. George's
  • Prickly Bay
    Prickly Bay
  • Grenville
  • Tyrell Bay
    Tyrell Bay
  • Hillsborough
  • St. David's
    St. David's

With more than three decades of service to the nation behind it, The Grenada Ports Authority (GPA) is today better equipped than ever to play a major role in the economy of the nation.

Recent initiatives and investments by the GPA have been designed to boost Grenada's potential for cargo handling, the cruise sector and tourism. All of these bring direct benefits to the economy and people of the country.

The Grenada Ports Authority is principally responsible for the administration and operation of the Port of St. George's. It also has jurisdiction over Prickly Bay, St. David's Harbour and Grenville, on the main island of Grenada, as well Tyrrel Bay on the neighbouring island of Carriacou.

The GPA is a statutory organization controlled by the Minister of Finance who appoints the Chairman and Board of Directors.

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