Old Port of Montréal
(across from the Pointe-à-Callière Museum)
- Access for persons with restricted physical ability
Each year, the Port of Montréal welcomes thousands of cruise ship passengers to the Grand Quay, located in the historic district of Old Montréal. The port has a list of regular cruise lines offering voyages along the St. Lawrence River and the North American East Coast. The route between New York and Montréal is a popular one for many major cruise lines.
Stopovers in Canadian and American cities, rugged coastlines, rustic fishing villages and migrating whales keep thousands cruising back every year. Voyages along the Great Lakes are also more and more popular. Routes to Detroit, Chicago, or Toronto allow cruise passengers to discover historic and picturesque river towns on unique small ships.
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