Sail into the cruise port of Corner Brook and retrace the voyage of famous British explorer Captain James Cook when he mapped the region in 1767. Because of its location 25 miles inland from the Gulf of St. Lawrence in the beautiful fjord-like Bay of Islands, cruising into the City of Corner Brook is truly awe-inspiring. Arriving at the second largest city on the Island of Newfoundland, you’ll be enchanted by the natural beauty of the region and the genuine warmth of the people who live here. After an unparalleled day immersed in nature, stroll along West Street and Broadway – the main streets in downtown Corner Brook – unwind in a café, or do some shopping. Pick up some locally-made crafts in the many shops lining the streets. If you’re not careful, you might pick up some of the local dialect as well.