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Partner Ports

Take a cruise back in time – way back – with a visit to Port au Choix National Historic Site located on the west side of Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula. Port au Choix has been populated for more than 4,500 years, due in part to the area’s rich marine resources. Declared a National Historic Site […]

Military enthusiasts will feel truly at home cruising the coasts of Newfoundland and Labrador. At Castle Hill National Historic Site in Placentia, 17th-century fortification remains are all that’s left of the once-robust French presence in the region. While there, visit closeby Ship Harbour where a monument stands commemorating the drafting of the Atlantic Charter in […]

Home to 239 species of birds, along with moose, woodland caribou, and arctic hares, Gros Morne National Park on the western coast of Newfoundland is a nature lover’s dream. If tour cruise takes you to the eastern coast, a visit to Terra Nova National Park is a must. In 1957, it became the first National […]

The coasts of Newfoundland and Labrador are steeped in history. About 1,000 years ago, Leif Erickson founded the earliest known European settlement in the New World at the L’Anse aux Meadows UNESCO World Heritage Site. Over 400 years ago, the Basques established the world’s first large scale whaling enterprise in Red Bay, Labrador making it […]

If it’s scenery you seek, you’ll find it in Gros Morne National Park. With fjords, mountains, waterfalls, trails, sea stacks and beaches, this is a life-changing experience and a must-see excursion our province’s west coast. Make sure you bring your camera – you’ll find yourself surrounded by natural wonders. If your cruise stops in St. […]

This extensive trail network is accessible from dockside and winds throughout the city. Most of the trail is flat and ideal for strolling while some sections are more rugged and challenging. During autumn, the trail is the perfect way to take in the brilliant fall foliage. The trail has numerous entrances throughout the city which […]

The Humber River which spills into the Bay of Islands at Corner Brook is a world-class salmon river and is the ultimate venue for soft adventure. The river’s gentle rapids are ideal for rafting or kayaking. From the river’s edge, challenge yourself to spot the Man in the Mountain said to be keeping guard over […]

Legendary explorer Captain James Cook was the first to explore and chart the Bay of Islands in 1767. The scenic drive from Corner Brook along the South shore of the Bay of Islands is known as the Captain Cook Trail. Enjoy the rugged landscape as you travel through the many villages that dot the south […]

Challenge yourself on the highest zipline in Canada! Located at the base of Marble Mountain Ski Resort – just ten minutes from dockside at the Port of Corner Brook – passengers from 8 to 80 will be thrilled with the spectacular view from 12 zip line platforms. At speeds of up to 50 miles per […]

On your cruise to Corner Brook, be sure to visit Gros Morne National Park. Stretching out over 1800 km² (697 square miles), it is truly a wonder of geology. The rare geological features, which tell the story of the ancient earth transforming millions of years ago, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Boasting ancient fjords, […]

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