Official ports of entry are operated and administered by the Grenada Ports Authority, which regulates and controls navigation within port limits.
St George's lies in position 12°03'N, 61°45'W on the south-west side of the mainland.
The Port of Lance aux Epines (Prickly Bay), located in position 12°00'N, 61°45.7'W on the south coast of the mainland, is a port of entry for yachts only.
Grenville Bay, in position 12°7'N, 61°37'W, and St Andrew's Bay, separated by Marquis Islet, should not be entered without local knowledge.
Located in position 12°27.58'N, 61°30.51'W, in the south-west corner of Carriacou, it includes all the water within Tyrrel Bay east of a line drawn on longitude 61°31'W.
Hillsborough Bay (12°N, 61°28'W) is entered between Jack-a-Dan and Sandy Islet. A town stands at the head of the bay.
Located on Grenada's south coast, St David's Harbour is defined as being north of a line from Little Bacolet Point (12°0,63'N, 61°40.96'W) to St David's Point (12°0.78'N, 61°40.51'W) including all of the foreshore.
Le Phare Bleu Marina has 60 berths for yachts up to 100ft long and up to a 15ft draft.