Monday, April 30, 2018

Promenade work heads toward homestretch at Cow Bay terminals area

Work continues on the changing face of the Cow Bay area
as workers edge closer to completion of the Promenade on the city's waterfront

The weekend offered up some premium conditions for those working hard on the Promenade project between the Northland Cruise Terminal and the Atlin Terminal in Cow Bay.

Those watching over the project from above in Mariner's Park could get a sense of what the finished project will look like as crews took preparing the roadway area for paving, while lighting fixtures have been installed along the cement walkway portion of the link between the two terminals.

The project would appear on pace for its debut in late May when the Prince Rupert Cruise Season gets underway.

The first vessel to call on the city is the Star Legend from the Windstar line with 208 guests arriving on the 29th of May.

Two days later, the Regatta, the Oceania line ship  with 684 guests arrives. That vessel is making Prince Rupert its main port of call for the season, with the end of May visit the first of its six port calls at Northland Terminal this year.

For more items of note related to Port of Prince Rupert developments see our archive page here.

For some further background on the Atlin Promenade project can be reviewed below:

Waterfront walkway making progress towards tourist season debut
Port of Prince Rupert breaks ground on Atlin promenade project

Updates on the 2018 Cruise ship season can be found here.

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