Northland Cruise Terminal
Welcoming adventurers to Canada's rugged northwest
The Northland Cruise Terminal, with a berth of 330 metres, was constructed in 2004. The terminal has a unique self-adjusting ramp that maintains a gentle incline, regardless of tide levels, for ease of use by all cruise passengers. The terminal has seen a steady growth since it began operations, from 60,000 passengers in 2004 to 100,000 passengers and 60 large cruise ship calls in 2007. The Northland Terminal is located in scenic Cow Bay, close to the downtown core and in close proximity to all amenities for the convenience of passengers. The terminal plaza also serves as the gathering point for passengers participating in the many shore excursions offered through the cruise program, ranging from bus, boat and seaplane sightseeing tours to saltwater fishing, kayaking and native cultural experiences.
Northland Cruise Terminal In Depth
Capacity & Performance
Berth Utilization & Capacity:
- Berth length: 300 metres
- Up to 100,000 passengers / 60 cruise ships per season (2007)