Welcome to Saint-Pierre et Miquelon
An island with two places and two ports, each with very different experiences. The Port of Saint-Pierre is perfect for any kind of vessel, small or large. The Port of Miquelon being a tad more of a niche itself, is perfect for small expedition ships.
While you’re here, allow yourself to be romanced by the charming and unique characteristics of these beautiful French islands just a short cruise from New York or Boston. Get inspired by the unforgettable richness of Basques, Brittany, Normandy, and Acadian culture so close to home.
Explore the region’s heritage and culture through museums and guided tours. Get up close with nature and explore the islands by foot or hop on a bus tour where a guide will discuss the history of this little part of France tucked away in North America. For example, did you know Saint-Pierre et Miquelon was once a hub for liquor smuggling during the Prohibition Era?
Treat your taste buds to fine French cuisine. Be captivated by the works of local artists. Visit local merchants and pick up a memento from a quaint little boutique. Saint-Pierre et Miquelon is an unforgettable visit to France. So close... yet so French!
Saint-Pierre - Cruise Ship Wharf
The port of Saint-Pierre can accommodate vessels up to 300 metres (984 ft) or small expedition ship
Length: 150 metres (492 ft), front docking consisting of a wharf on a central pile 55 m (181 ft) long and two docking dolphins 150 metres (492 ft) apart.
The central wharf is connected to the dolphins by footbridges.
To the west, two mooring lockers allow the mooring of the mooring lines.
To the east, two mooring blocks on land that completes the system.
The wharf can accommodate vessels up to 300 metres(984 ft) in length.
The depth is 10.50 metres (34 ft) on the marine side.
Total wharf surface: 3,500 m2 (0.9 acres)
Miquelon Harbour - Main Wharf
The port of Miquelon can accommodate small expedition ships
Length: 105 metres (345 ft)
Draft: 5 metres (16 ft)
- Complete harbour facilities.
- Simplified customs procedures.
- Trilingual service: French, English, Spanish.
- Euros, Canadian dollars and major credit cards accepted downtown.
Things to do
Discover The Beautiful Downtown
A vibrant, colourful downtown core awaits you. Stroll through the streets filled with charm, quaint shops and restaurants to enjoy. Take in a truly authentic seaside town filled with friendly faces and incredible culture. Oh, and did we mention that it’s the perfect place for an Instagrammable moment?
Explore The Fishing and Marine History
Through a visit to our museums, our walking or bus tours, learn about our fishing and marine history. Take the time to meet locals on the shore who are passionate about doris: the archipelago’s traditional wooden fishing boat, they will welcome you in their fisherman shed on the waterfront and why not try an excursion in this boat during your call?
Hike and Zodiac Tour
After a scenic hike through one of the main trails, board a Zodiac with a guide to discover seals and birds – an unforgettable experience!
Ile Aux Marins
A tiny island once inhabited by over 600 people has become a place with only summer homes and cabins, yet it’s still filled with immaculate remains of the previous community as interactive exhibits. Roam free in and out of the buildings to take in the history and the scenery.
With islands surrounded by steep cliffs, Miquelon Langlade offers a bounty of beautiful scenery to take in with its green landscape, clean sand, quiet peacefulness, and charming authenticity. Take a walk and just take it all in.