Port Specifications - Charlottetown

  • 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 Historic Charlottetown Seaport.

    Available Services

    • Fresh water
    • Supplies, bunker and diesel fuel, gas and lubricants
    • Hospital
    • Airport
    • Port operations personnel / security
    • Canada Customs
    • Pilotage (compulsory)

    Charlottetown Port Statistics

    Channel Depth
    At lowest tide 10 metres (33ft)
    Latitude
    46°23’N
    Longitude
    63°07’W
    Potable Water
    Yes
    Lighting
    Yes
    Tidal Ranges
    2 metres (6.56 feet)
    Garbage Handling
    No
    Bunkering
    Upon request (by truck)
    Pilotage
    Compulsory
    Passenger Fee
    Implemented in 2007
    Security
    Yes, ISPS Compliant (see website for security information)
    Hospital
    Yes, 2 km from Port
    Airport
    Yes, 4 km from Port
  • Berth Specs (North)

    Construction
    Sheet Steel Pile
    Bollards
    50 tonne every 30 meters, 200 tonne - 2 East, 2 West
    Fendering System
    Vertical Low Friction Type
    Turning Basin
    420 m (1375 ft)
    Deck Loading
    7.2 KPa (150 psf)
  • Berth Specs (South)

    Construction
    Reinforced concrete cribs (walls 800 mm thick)
    Bollards
    50 tonne, varies 12-18 metres between bollards, 200 tonne - 2 East, 2 West
    Fendering System
    Beta 500H Sumito vertical fenders; 4.6 metres centre to centre, plus (4) 10 ft × 20 ft Seaguard fenders on south berth
    Turning Basin
    420 m (1375 ft)
    Deck Loading
    7.2 KPa (150 psf)

Mission Statement

Atlantic Canada Cruise Association is a regional partnership leading growth and development of the cruise industry to enhance Atlantic Canada's market position.

Growth of the cruise industry in Atlantic Canada provides broad economic benefit to the Atlantic Canada region through the growth of port infrastructure to meet the needs of the cruise industry and through strategic marketing partnerships.

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We would be happy to hear from you!

Atlantic Canada Cruise Association
PO Box 1
Chester Basin, NS B0J 1K0
Canada

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