February 5, 2021, St. John’s, N.L – On February 4, 2021, Transport Canada extended its interim order suspending cruise vessel activity in Canada in 2021. Cruise Newfoundland and Labrador, together with industry partners, communities, and all levels of government are continuing to work together to build a strong foundation to restore confidence in cruising and […]
The Cruise Association of Newfoundland and Labrador is pleased to announce a solid cruise season for 2016. The 2016 season saw 66 port calls to 22 Newfoundland and Labrador ports by 16 cruise operators with 22 ships. There were 33,933 passengers and 16,515 crew, for a total of 50,448 visits. The east coast of Newfoundland […]
The International Exploration Cruise Forum was a huge success! You can check out the presentations from the Keynote speakers and panelists here on our slideshare page.
The Cruise Association of Newfoundland and Labrador wishes to extend its warm congratulations to the Red Bay Basque Whaling Station in Labrador on its inscription on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) World Heritage List. It is the first World Heritage Site in Labrador, the third in the province (along with Gros […]
The Cruise Association of Newfoundland and Labrador is thrilled to announce that 2013 has been yet another successful year for cruise ship visits. The 2013 season saw 64 port calls to 23 Newfoundland and Labrador ports by 16 cruise operators with 20 ships. There were 41,376 passengers and 20,444 crew, for a total of 61,820 […]