Saint Lawrence
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Trois-Rivières

Overview

Trois-Rivières is a port-of-call between Montréal and Québec City along the Saint Lawrence and hosts small to medium-size vessels from May to October. For 2015, the port is expecting 30 cruise calls.


Cruise Season

May to October . Link To Port Schedule.

Time In Destination

2 hours to 10 hours

Average Onshore Spending

$37 per person (based on average spending for all Québec ports in 2012 excluding Montréal and Québec City; some ports might be higher some lower)


Typical Cruise Lines Visiting The Port

CTMA Cruises |  Holland America Line |  Pearl Seas Cruises |  Silversea Cruises |  St. Lawrence Cruise Line


Snapshot Of Existing Shore Excursions

  • Churches of Trois-Rivièr
  • Heritage walk and visit to the old prison of Trois-Rivières
  • Boréalis – Canadian International Paper Company
  • Chez Dany’s Suguar Shack
  • La Mauricie National Park of Canada
  • Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site of Canada
  • Musée québécois de culture populaire


Opportunities For Indigenous Experiences

The Musée des Abénakis in Odanak is located approx. 40 minutes from the port. There are opportunities to work with a local transportation provider on offering shore excursions to the Odanak community. Other opportunities could include:

  • Cultural welcome upon arrival of cruise lines
  • Cultural guide on some of the smaller vessels


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

Québec Aboriginal Tourism

Eric Duchesneau – Project Officer
educhesneau@tourismeautochtone.com
www.tourismeautochtone.com