Port of Quebec expands cruise ship capacity with new multi-purpose terminal

PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK
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The Port of Quebec will soon begin operations of a recently completed cruise terminal.

Designed and engineered to meet the needs of cruise passengers and the community at large, the newly completed Terminal 30 can serve several purposes at once. During the off-season, it will offer storage services for pleasure craft as well as host large-scale events and exhibitions.

The new facility features a boarding bridge with a span of 21 metres from the waterline, a total surface area of 9,447 square metres, and a storage area of over 4,500 square metres or the equivalent of 65 boats. The terminal can also accommodate more than 2,500 passengers at any given time.

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