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The Solomon Islands ports are operated by Solomon Islands Port Authority (SIPA) a wholly-owned Solomon Islands government authority and is subjected to the State Owned Enterprises Act of 2007. SIPA reports to the Minister of Infrastructure Development

The ports of Honiara (Point  Cruz) and Noro are classed as international ports The  sea  port  of Point  Cruz is  the  main  port  of  entry  into  Solomon  Islands. A number international shipping companies operate as the port has facility to handle containers Passenger ferry services operate from Honiara's main wharf at Point  Cruz,

There are 4 other ‘significant’ ports. They are the ports of Gizo, Ringi Cove, Tulagi and Yandina, however these ports are suitable for interisland vessels only. They have no handling and storage facilities or security and are managed by the Provincial Authorities. Information on these local ports can be obtained from the NDMO if and when required in case of emergency operations.

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