With the charm of Quebec City for tourists, its international airport, the cruise terminal and the Port staff assigned to cruise activities, the Port of Québec has all the attributes needed fully to serve our tourists who arrive by sea.
Together with its professional staff, the Cruise Terminal in Pointe-à-Carcy offers unparalleled service to cruise lines and their passengers. In operation since 2002, the Cruise Terminal allows ships of all sizes to stop over or to tie up and terminate a cruise journey in Quebec City. The wharves are specifically dedicated to this type of vessel in Pointe-à-Carcy, namely wharves 19, 21 and 22. The last-mentioned has an automatic catwalk linked to the terminal. However, the port can receive several cruise ships at the same time, using other wharves, including those of the Canadian Coast Guard.
The Cruise Terminal also houses the services of Espaces Dalhousie, the division of the QPA responsible leasing space within the terminal for various functions. Whether these take the form of meetings, conferences, exhibitions, press conferences or any other public activities, Espaces Dalhousie provides the whole Quebec City area with a range of services whose uniqueness is as unequalled as the view of the river from the cruise terminal.
Espaces Dalhousie: http://espacesdalhousie.com
Cruise Terminal location: 84, Dalhousie Street, Québec (Québec) G1K 8M5
Cruise Terminal mailing address: 150, Dalhousie Street, P.O. Box 80, Station Haute-Ville, Québec (Québec) G1R 4M8
To view a map of the area, please click on the followinf link: Map of the area
The Cruise Terminal is located in the section F-G 4 of the map (called Terminal de croisières in french)