P.O. Box 494, Carenage, St. George's, GRENADA
Mon - Fri 8:00am - 4:00pm

P.O. Box 494, Carenage,

St. George, GRENADA, W.I.

Mon – Fri : 8:00am – 4:00pm

Sat - Sun : CLOSED
Port of Grenville
The Port of Grenville is defined by the water enclosed by a line from Telescope Point to Soubise Point to the nearest point on the mainland at Soubise. 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. Breaking seas across the entrance to Grenville Bay will be experienced during strong north-east winds.

The port has a single pier with a depth alongside of 3.0 metres at its head. Vessels over 3.0 metres draught can anchor safely within the outer reefs, Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels over 150 grt. Pilots are based in St George'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.

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