The Deepwater Harbour at the Port of Kingstown is completed with the aid of the Government of Canada.
The St.Vincent and the Grenadines Port Authority (SVGPA) is created by Act of Parliament, thereby making the Port Authority responsible for the administration of
the Port of Kingstown and the smaller harbours throughout the 18-island
SVGPA awarded the NovaPort Cup by the Port Management Association of the Eastern Caribbean to the OECS Port with the highest performance.
Through a US$ 13.5 million investment at the Campden Park Bay, the dedicated container terminal - the Campden Park Container Port - opens its gates to business.
The new administrative building on Upper Bay Street officially opens on Thursday 10th July. The location has a rich history of occupancy - having previously housed the original national radio station, WIBS, and the main offices of the National Insurance Services, NIS.
The Cruise and Ferry Terminal complex officially opened in November 1999 with an investment of $US 17.5
million by the Government of St.Vincent and the Grenadines.
On 1st July, Ports of Kingstown, Campden Park and Port Elizabeth declared ISPS compliant.
ISPS Code is the International Code for the Security of Ships and of Port Facilities.
SVGPA awarded the NovaPort Cup by the Port Management Association of the Eastern Caribbean to the Port with the highest performance.
In July, Ports of Kingstown, Campden Park and Port Elizabeth were inspected and re-certified as ISPS compliant.
The versatile 100-Ton Gottwald Mobile Harbour Crane is introduced at Campden Park Container Port.
CPCP accomodates vessels not equipped with cranes.
SVGPA officially commissioned a Hi-Scan Electronic X-Ray Inspection Scanner
Unit at the Cruise Ship Terminal on Wednesday October 6th. This scanning
unit will improve security at the cruise ship terminal