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Welcome to Corner Brook

The Port of Corner Brook is known for its rugged coastal scenery framed by towering mountains, where ocean spray is in the air and nature-filled activities are easy to come by.

Indulge in all the conveniences of big-city life while surrounded by breathtaking views and warm, small-town hospitality. Feast your eyes on majestic mountains and lush forests. Soak up some local culture with a visit to some of the many downtown shops, art galleries, and restaurants. Welcome to Corner Brook – where urban meets nature.

Nestled at the mouth of the glorious Humber River in the Bay of Islands, this charming city is home to so many once-in-a-lifetime experiences that you’ll be counting the days until you can return to take in more of them. Marvel at the many natural wonders of nearby Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Get a rush by soaring above the Steady Brook Falls on the longest zipline in Atlantic Canada.

Connect with nature through the Corner Brook Stream Trail Network. Take the family on a day trip to the Historic Train Site. Retrace the travels of Captain James Cook. Feast on some of the most unique food you’ll ever eat. Meet some of the friendliest people on the planet simply by strolling the downtown streets. Let the locals tell you some stories.

These colourful characters just may be the highlight of your visit to Newfoundland & Labrador.


Patti Ricketts
Cruise Marketing Coordinator

Corner Brook Port Corporation
R. A. Pollett Building, 61 Riverside Drive
Corner Brook, NL A2H 6T2

Phone: (709) 634-6600

Port Specifications

The Port of Corner Brook is known for its rugged coastal scenery framed by towering mountains, where ocean spray is in the air and nature-filled activities are easy to come by. The port is equipped with a 362 m berth and a new 40 m floating dock designated to accommodate tender boats of cruise ships anchoring in the beautiful Bay of Islands.

Western Terminal

Length: 362 metres (1,200 ft)

Deck Elevation: 4.1 metres (13.5 ft)

Minimum Dockside Depth: 10.1 metres (30.2 ft)

Tender Dock

Length: 30.5 metres (100 ft)

Deck Elevation: 0.3 metres (1 ft)

Minimum Dockside Depth: 2.7-8 metres (9-26 ft)

General Information

  • Bay Connection (Humber Arm) 1.6 km (1 mi) wide
  • Channel Depth: 46 metres (150 ft) channel to gulf
  • Channel Basin Diameter: 1,530 metres (5,000 ft)
  • Tidal Range: 3-8 metres (9.3-26.2 ft)
  • Water Depth: > 10.1 metres (33 ft) at dockside

Available Services

  • Port Operations Manager and Security on-site
  • Fully compliant with International Ship and Port Facilities Security Code (ISPS)
  • Designated Cruise Ship Operations (CSO) port (Canadian customs clearance provided by Canada Border Services Agency)
  • Compulsory Pilotage by the Atlantic Pilotage Authority.
  • Tug services by PD Industries' Dalton Warrior
  • Terminal operator and stevedoring by Logistec Stevedoring Inc. including cargo handling services and crane operations.
  • Fresh water, marine supplies, bunker and diesel fuel, gas and lubricants, international garbage disposal, etc. (requests made through ship's agent).
  • In-door lounge for ship's crew
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

Vessel Agents

The partners in the Atlantic Canada Cruise Association are ready to welcome your ships to our harbours. These vessel agents can help you secure the berths you need. For more information, please visit

Things to do

Captain Cook’s National Historic Site

Follow a 53km trail of traditional fishing villages tucked along the coast and experience the lifestyle of people proud to call a rugged seascape on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean home.

Explore a natural sea cave during low tide at Bottle Cove, at the edge of the South Shore of the Bay of Islands. End your visit on a high note with a mug up at a local church featuring Newfoundland berries, baked goods, desserts, and (of course) a lovely cup of tea.

A True Destination: Corner Brook Stream Trail Network

These iconic trails, which wind throughout the city and into the upper reaches of the Corner Brook Stream corridor, are accessible year-round, with activities ranging from walking, hiking and jogging to bird watching, snowshoeing, and organized sports. This incredible trail system has something for everyone.

The Breathtaking Gros Morne National Park

Gros Morne’s ancient landscape is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with moody mountains that tower above a diverse panorama of beaches and bogs, forests and barren cliffs. This Park is the perfect backdrop for all kinds of outdoor activities, especially hiking.

Wander the marked and unmarked coastal pathways. Spot moose and caribou, and birds of many species. Explore the colourful culture of nearby seaside communities. And take in the sandy beach of Shallow Bay, located next to an excellent seafood restaurant in the town of Trout River.

Marble Zip Tours

A ziplining tour like no other. Marble Zip Tours is located in Steady Brook, on Newfoundland’s pristine west coast, alongside Marble Mountain Ski Resort, which is nestled at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Soaring 300 feet above the astoundingly beautiful Steady Brook Falls, this zip lining experience will have you on a zigzagging descent down Marble Mountain, Newfoundland, high above the colossal layers of exposed rock, fast-moving water, and breathtaking forest.

NL Historic Train Site – A Family Favourite

A collection of narrow-gauge rolling stock from the Newfoundland Railway including steam locomotive No. 593, working diesel electric locomotive No. 931, snowplow train and various other cars.

Sit in the seat of a locomotive, visit the caboose, drive the snowplow car, see a box car, dining car, sleeping car and more. This is the perfect family excursion.

Local Tourism

Keep the trip planning going, explore the local tourism sites for more itineraries and trip ideas:

Corner Brook | Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism