The popular Canada/New England port city of Quebec City has revealed plans to construct a second cruise terminal at Berth 30, slated to open in 2020. Funded by both the port and the Government of Quebec, the $30 million project will span 100,000 square meters and feature two gangways that can accommodate ships with more than 4,000 passengers.
“This new terminal will allow us to welcome larger and newer ships and provide additional gangways to better service our cruise line partners,” said Mario Girard, president and CEO of the Quebec Port Authority, in a news release. “Quebec will be the only turnaround port along the St. Lawrence that can accommodate ships of more than 4,000 passengers, making it a strategic investment for the future of the Cruise Canada New England itinerary.”
To read more visit cruisecritic.com, August 15,2018.