Located near the old city, next to the Petit Champlain neighbourhood, the Ross Gaudreault Cruise Terminal is easily accessible by car, foot or public transit.
GETTING TO THE WHARF
Cruise ship wharfs are located in different sectors of the port. For a listing of cruise ships and docks, see the vessel schedules: https://www.portquebec.ca/en/cruises/vessel-schedules/seasonal-schedule.
Pointe-à-Carcy – Wharfs 21 and 22, Port of Québec
Address: 84 Rue Dalhousie, Quebec City, QC G1R 4M8
Geographical information: 46.816983, -71.200673
Accessing the Wharfs
You can access the Old Port parking lot to get to wharves 21 and 22 from Rue Dalhousie, at the corner of Rue Quai Saint-André.
wharfs 21 and 22 are the main docks for passengers. They provide direct access to the Port of Québec cruise terminal and are just a stone’s throw away from the Petit-Champlain district.
Estuary – Wharf 30, Port of Québec
Geographical information: 46.821957, -71.208304
Accessing the wharfs
You can access Wharf 30 from Rue de l’Estuaire via Rue Abraham-Martin.
Since the dock is used for industrial operations and recreational activities, only authorized vehicles can access it during cruise season.
Even though the dock is just minutes from Old Québec on foot, a shuttle service is available for passengers and crew members.
Lévis – Wharf 81 (Quai Paquet)
6075 Saint-Laurent St, Lévis (Québec) G6V 3P5
Geographic information: 46.812866, -71.187385