Cruise ships berth on either side of a piled concrete jetty, 162 meters long and 20 meters wide, beyond which there are two mooring dolphins and a breasting dolphin.
The larger of the two berths - the North Berth - is designed for vessels up to 100,000 grt and 260 meters in length so that, in practice, Port Kingstown can accommodate the largest cruise ships.
The North Berth has a depth alongside from 28.0 meters to a dredged 11.35 meters while the South berth, suitable for vessels of up to 45,000 grt and 100 meters in length, has a depth from 28.0 meters to a dredged 7.1 meters.
The terminal has a 100 meter long quay with 12.0 meters depth alongside. The terminal can accommodate vessels of up to 12,000 dwt. With two approach bridges measuring 50 meters by 60 meters, free circulation of traffic prevails between the quay and the stacking area.
On approach, open roadstead leading to Campden Park Bay is about 0.75 miles wide.
The deepwater pier is 274 meters (900 ft.) in length with 9.75 meters depth alongside. this pier is mainly used for the handling of bananas, fresh produce, imported vehicles, lumber and cement. On approach, open roadstead leading to the harbour at Kingstown is 2.25 miles wide.
For anchorage this may be taken south of the quay in Kingstown Harbour. Roadstead of 1.5 to 2 cable offshore in 30 to 42 meters of water depending on the size of the anchoring vessel.