Video from the 2022 season, things may soon be very busy in 2023 and beyond for the Prince Rupert Cruise Industry
The operations of the Northland Cruise Terminal will be very different in 2023, that following an announcement this morning from the Prince Rupert Port Authority that they have entered into a terminal operating agreement for facility with Global Ports Holding PLC, a major provider of services to the global cruise industry.
The global Ports Facility operator offering up the prospect of over 250,000 visitors per year once they put their operations plans into motion.
The focus of the work ahead for GPH will be to follow up on the successful return of the Cruise industry in 2022, with the global service provider to operate Northland Cruise Terminal, as well as manage the shore excursion program and oversee all cruise scheduling and passenger services at the Port of Prince Rupert
|Prince Rupert will soon be added to the GPH global ports map
as the international Cruise industry group arrives on the North Coast to
take up operations of the Northland Cruise Terminal
“Prince Rupert is a beautiful unspoilt destination and has tremendous potential as a key player in the Alaska market. We are looking forward to working with our cruise partners to improve the guest experience, working with the local community to add more exciting shore excursion opportunities, and driving more traffic.”