Northland Cruise Terminal
Welcoming adventurers to Canada’s authentic and rugged northwest.
Operated by Prince Rupert Port Authority
Facility Type: Cruise Dock & Passenger Terminal
Northland Cruise Terminal can accommodate vessels of up to 300 meters (960 ft.) in length and 15 meters (50 ft.) in draft. A 4,000 square-foot terminal building provides customs and immigration services.
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 newly constructed Atlin Promenade serves as a dedicated pedestrian walkway to Atlin Terminal, connecting visitors and residents alike to amenities like the Cow Bay Marina. The Northland Cruise Terminal is also the gathering point for passengers participating in shore excursions.
2022 Port of Prince Rupert Cruise Schedule
Capacity & Performance
BERTH UTILIZATION & CAPACITY
Up to 100,000 passengers / 60 cruise ships per season (2007)
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