Atlantic Canada

Corner Brook, NF


The Port of Corner Brook is at the end of Humber Arm, a 35-nautical mile fjord, which is one of the longest in Atlantic Canada. Nearby Gros Morne National Park has UNESCO World Heritage status for its mantle rocks. Eight major cruise lines made 13 vessel calls at Corner Brook during the 2013 cruise season. In 2014, the port will welcome close to 10,000 cruise passengers.

Cruise Season

June to October . Link To Port Schedule.

Time In Destination

8 to 10 hours

Average Onshore Spending

$51 per person

Typical Cruise Lines Visiting The Port

Celebrity Cruises |  Holland America Line |  Oceania Cruises |  Princess Cruises |  Silversea Cruises |  Cruise & Maritime Voyages

Snapshot Of Existing Shore Excursions

  • Captain Cook’s trails – route includes fishing villages inhabited by people of English, French and Indigenous ancestry
  • Highlights of Corner Brook – sightseeing tour
  • Guided Hiking Tours
  • Guided Photography Tour
  • Boat tours exploring the Inner and Outer Bay of Islands
  • Explore the Corner Brook Stream Trail


Opportunities For Indigenous Experiences

The cruise lines stopping at the port of Corner Brook tend to focus on experiential shore excursions which is a good fit for Indigenous tourism. The port receives approximately 10,000 cruise passengers during June and October. During that time, the following types of experiences could be offered:

  • Selling Indigenous arts and crafts at the cruise ship dock
  • Traditional welcome / performances upon arrival of ships
  • Hands-on workshops
  • Cultural guides walking tours
  • Onboard lecturers on the culture and history of the area


Industry partners that can help develop experiences for cruise lines in your region

Port of Corner Brook

Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism