Today the port is better equipped than ever. The different sectors have all been separated. While the original port berths in the Carenage are focused on handling cargo vessels, the new cruise terminal, on the town's western shoreline, is part of a wider project to develop the Melville Street area for tourism.
Cargo handling facilities in Grenada have been modernized and expanded to cope with growing throughput.
Arguably one of the most attractive of all the Caribbean islands, Grenada has long been a magnet for cruise ships and their passengers.
Compulsory for vessels over 200 gtr. Port requires 24 hours' notice for entering and three hours' notice for departure.
Grenada's boat yards are widely used by yachts for dry storage in the hurricane season, with several yards offering haul-out and storage facilities in sheltered bays.
Grenada is a significant center point for the transportation business, a well-known vacationer location, and an exceptionally persuasive monetary administration community.
All the bus routes start at the terminal on Melville Street in St. George’s, but you can join and stop off at any time. The buses travel regularly on weekdays, from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.