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Corner Brook Port's dock is constructed of reinforced concrete and steel tube pile bents with a modern arch fendering system. There is approximately 28,000 square metres of fenced storage space adjacent to the dock and a high capacity crane (53 tonnes) to facilitate the loading and unloading of containers and cargo at dock side.  Additional

storage and retrieval equipment can be accessed as required.  The main berth location of Corner Brook Port is 48.985°N, 57.941°W.

The Port of Corner Brook is directly connected to the Trans Canada highway via a four lane arterial road. This provides easy highway access and connections to two airports, Deer Lake Airport which is 50 km from the port and Stephenville Airport which is 80 km from the port.  The area is also serviced by a regional hospital located in town. 

Corner Brook Port is fully certified under ISPS regulations.  There is a Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) office located nearby which can provide customs clearing and authorized embarkation and disembarkation of passengers and crew of all types of ships.

The port can accommodate more than one cruise ship per day and is capable of docking one of the largest in the modern world... The Queen Mary II.  It is also well known for its' pristine fresh water, which is readily available to visiting ships at a minimal cost.

Click here for a listing of cruise ship agencies servicing the Port of Corner Brook.

Services Available  
Fresh Water Port Operations Personnel on site
Security Two Airports in close proximity
Burner and Diesel Fuel Supply and Service companies in town
Minor Repairs Stevedoring
International Garbage Disposal Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) office nearby
Gray / Black Water and Sludge Removal Regional Hospital
Gas and Lubricants  

Corner Brook Port Corporation is a member of the

Independent Marine Ports Association of Canada




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