The St. John’s Port Authority was created in 1999 to operate and promote the port as an autonomous federal Agency.
Pier 17 is a 150 thousand square foot multi-use marine supply and service facility with state-of-the-art berth technology. The concrete wharf and paved area cover about 9.7 thousand square meters with a 4500 square meter graveled storage area adjacent. The Pier offers 180 meters of berthage with alongside depth of from 8.1 to 10.3 meters. Newfoundland and Labrador produce almost half of Canada’s light crude oil. Pier 17 is a state-of-the-art petroleum support and service center with the latest environmental containment and safety systems.
The Port of St. John’s Pier 7 was completed in 2004 as a centerpiece for the port’s tourism industry. It has a world-class passenger terminal where people can gather, shop, or dine in comfort.
The Roll-on/Roll-off Ramp at Pier 2 was designed to serve the latest vessels and facilitates the transshipment of automobiles as well.