Port of Québec
Last Received Data : : 2024/03/01 at 21:33

Climatic Conditions

Québec

Weather

-4 °C
Friday 1 March

Overcast clouds
Max: -3 °C / Min: -6 °C
Sunrise 06:23 AM  Sunset 05:30 PM

Wind

W: 7 km/h
(4 kts)

Humidity

67%

Pressure

102.0kPa

Water Temperature

0.5C (32.9F)

Tides

Next Tide

Rising

High

21:57

Low

05:09


Tomorrow
3 °C
Saturday 2 March

Broken clouds
Max: 3 °C / Min: -10 °C

Last Received Data : : 2024/03/01 at 21:33

Climatic Conditions

Québec

Weather

-4 °C
Friday 1 March

Overcast clouds
Max: -3 °C / Min: -6 °C
Sunrise 06:23 AM  Sunset 05:30 PM

Wind

W: 7 km/h
(4 kts)

Humidity

67%

Pressure

102.0kPa

Water Temperature

0.5C (32.9F)

Tides

Next Tide

Rising

High

21:57

Low

05:09


Tomorrow
3 °C
Saturday 2 March

Broken clouds
Max: 3 °C / Min: -10 °C

Development

The world at our docks

A true continental gateway, the Port of Québec maintains business relations with 50 countries annually. 

Its strategic location is its best calling card, as it provides the shortest route by sea between Europe and the Great Lakes. 

The last deep-water port before the Great Lakes with 15 meters at low tide, the Port of Québec effectively connects with the industrial and agricultural heart of North America. 

Featuring a complete intermodal terminal and with an average of nearly 30 million tonnes of merchandise handled yearly, the Port contributes to industrial sectors that are essential to Canadian foreign trade. 

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Last Received Data : : 2024/03/01 at 21:33

Climatic Conditions

Québec

Weather

-4 °C
Friday 1 March

Overcast clouds
Max: -3 °C / Min: -6 °C
Sunrise 06:23 AM  Sunset 05:30 PM

Wind

W: 7 km/h
(4 kts)

Humidity

67%

Pressure

102.0kPa

Water Temperature

0.5C (32.9F)

Tides

Next Tide

Rising

High

21:57

Low

05:09


Tomorrow
3 °C
Saturday 2 March

Broken clouds
Max: 3 °C / Min: -10 °C

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