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Mission Statement
"To promote and foster the highest quality service to the maritime industry through training development; working with all agencies, groups and other associations for the benefit and development of its members and the peoples of the Caribbean region."

GENERAL COUNCIL
2013-2014
  • PRESIDENT:
    Grantley Stephenson
  • VICE PRESIDENT:
    David Jean-Marie
  • IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:
    Carlos Urriola-Tam
  • GROUP A CHAIRMAN:
    Roger Hinds
  • GROUP A REPRESENTATIVE:
    Hernan Ayala-Rubio
  • GROUP A REPRESENTATIVE:
    Kim Clarke
  • GROUP A REPRESENTATIVE:
    Marc Sampson
  • GROUP B CHAIRMAN:
    Ernest Taylor
  • GROUP B REPRESENTATIVE:
    Juan Carlos Croston
  • GROUP C CHAIRMAN:
    Stephen Bell
  • GROUP C REPRESENTATIVE:
    Cyril Seyjagat
  • GROUP D CHAIR:
    Jeanine Liong-A-San

  • ANTIGUA & BARBUDA

    St Johns Port

    Country Information:

    International telephone Code: 268

    Capital: St John's

    Official Language: English

    Area: 443 square km (171 square miles)

    Population: 70,000

    Currency: East Caribbean dollar

    Public Holidays: New Year's Day - Good Friday - Easter Monday - Labour Day (1st Mon in May) - Whit Monday - Queen's Birthday (2nd Sat in June) - Caricom Day (1st Mon in July)Summer Carnival (August Mon & Tues) - Independence Day (1 Nov) Christmas Day (25 Dec) - Boxing Day (26 Dec)

    Organizations: ACP, C, Caricom, CDB, ECLAC, FAO, G-77, IBRD, ICAO, ICFTU, ICRM, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, IMO, Intelsat (non-signatory user), Interpol, IOC, ISO (subscriber), ITU, NAM (observer), OAS, OECS, OPANAL, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UPU, WCL, WFTU, WHO, WMO, WTrO

    Ministry responsible for shipping:

    Ministry of Finance, High Street, St John's
    Tel: +268 462 8989/4869 - Fax: +268 462 1622

    Ministry responsible for Port Authority:

    Ministry of Public Works & Transportation- Hon. Minister Wilmoth Daniels
    Tel: +268 462 0890/ +268 462 2997 (direct line)
    Chairman of Antigua Port Authority - Mr Walter Armstrong
    Tel: +268 462 0051
    Manager of Antigua Port Authority - Mrs Agatha Dublin
    Tel: +268 462 0051
    Operations Manager Antigua Port Authority - Mr Hugh Mack
    Tel: +268 484 3454/ +268 462 0754 (direct line)

    Shipping Agents :  Even though there is not an active Shipping Association , the shipping agents meets regularly to discuss port matters affecting them as well as issues relating to the operations at the Port Authority. The main Lines operating in A& B are : CMA CGM lines- represented by Bryson Shipping ; Seaboard- represented by Carb Seas; Crowley - represented by Caribbean Maritime Services;Tropical Shipping - represented by Antigua Maritime services; Geest Line represented byFrancis Trading Agencies ltd.

    Operations :

    Operations at the Port is carried on through two entities.
    1) The Antigua Port Authority provides the shores side labour with longshoremen and equipment operators
    2) The local shipping agencies provides the Stevedoring onboard the ships and husbandry services for vessels calling St John's.
    Minister responsible for Cruise Terminals- Hon Harold Lovell
    Tel: +268 462 0787
    Statutory Department responsible for Cruise Terminal - Antigua Pier Group Ltd
    Contact - Mr. Conrade Pole
    Tel: +268 481


    Cruise contact :
    Antigua & Barbuda Cruise Tourism Association - President - Nathan Dundas
    Tel: +268 480 1244
    Fax: +268 462 0170
    The Cruise Tourism Association is made up of both Private & Public Sector bodies including - Ministry of Tourism, Port Authority, Antigua Pier Group Ltd , tour operators, Taxi Association, Police, Shipping Agents etc.
    The Cruise Association membership stands at 42 companies and organizations.
    The Cruise Association was founded in 1995 and plays the key role along with the Antigua Pier Group & the Mnistry of Tourism in the promotion and development of the Cruise tourism industry in A&B.

    Business Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am - 4pm
    Banking Hours: Mon-Thur: 8am - 2pm (8am - 4pm Fridays)

    Information on this page was last updated:



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