Prince Rupert's sheltered harbour is the deepest ice-free natural harbour in North America, and the central location of the Northland Cruise Terminal allows for easy access to the city's amenities. First Nations art galleries, souvenir shops, restaurants and the Cow Bay shopping district are all within walking distance of the terminal.

Clearly marked signage along the pier will help guide passengers from the terminal into town and community ambassadors are also available to answer additional questions.

Port Technical Information
Berthage
Berthage information Description
Number of berths 2
Maximum ship length 320 metres / 1050 feet
Anchorages 5
Tidal range 7.7 metres / 25 feet

Port Services Available
  • Fresh water
  • Minor repairs
  • Gray/black water/sludge removal
  • International garbage disposal
  • Port operations personnel/security
  • Stevedoring
  • Canada Border Services Agency
  • US Customs and Border Protection
  • Pilotage Services (compulsory)
  • Access to medical facilities
Port Contact Information
Name of Contact: Shaun Stevenson
Name of Port: Port of Prince Rupert
Address: 200-215 Cow Bay Road
Telephone: 1-250-627-8899
Fax: 1-250-627-8980
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.cruisetoprincerupert.com or www.rupertport.com