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The Port of Toronto welcomed:
12000 cruise ship passengers
36 cruise ships in 2019

 Located just a short drive from the heart of downtown Toronto, the Port of Toronto has increasingly become a destination for cruise ship activity. In 2019, a record 36 passenger cruise ships carrying approximately 12,000 passengers, visited PortsToronto’s Cruise Ship Terminal.


Victory I July 6
Victory II July 8
Pearl Mist July 15
Victory II July 18
Victory I and Victory II July 24
Victory II August 5
Pearl Mist August 6
Victory I and Victory II August 11
Victory II August 23
Victory I and Victory II August 29
Grande Carib September 4
Victory II September 9
Pearl Mist September 11
Le Champlain September 14
Victory I September 16
Victory II September 18
Victory II September 27
Hamburg September 28
Le Champlain September 29
Victory I October 4
Victory II October 7
Victory II October 13
Le Champlain October 14
Hamburg October 14
PortsToronto-Annual-Report-2018-22-(1).jpg   Docked Cruise Ship

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A Power Vessel Operator’s Permit is required to operate a powered vessel in the Port and Harbour of Toronto.

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Boaters Notice

PortsToronto is responsible for keeping the Toronto Harbour safe and navigable. See Boater’s Notices about everything from swimming in the harbour to obtaining permission for a marine event.

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