Wednesday, September 20, 2023

As Prince Rupert Cruise season winds down, one last port call for 2023 for the Carnival Miracle

A familiar ship at the Prince Rupert Cruise Terminal this year is making her farewell appearance for 2023 today, with the Carnival Miracle sending guests ashore for one last look around the city and region.

Arriving into a foggy Prince Rupert harbour after 730 this morning, the vessel  was quickly tied up to the dock to make ready for the volume of visitors that are currently wandering the city's streets or taking in some of our attractions.

Many of the passengers were stopping by the Lax Süülda Container Market, exploring the Port's Interpretive Centre in the Atlin Terminal, the shops of Cow Bay, or  hopping aboard a Tour Trolley to explore the city. 

As well more than a few were taking advantage of the opportunity to bring home a photo of a family member standing with one of he Mounties from the Prince Rupert Detachment.

In total including today,  the Carnival Miracle made ten port calls in Prince Rupert, providing the opportunity for what would have been a potential 30,800 visitors to explore the city and the region this Spring and Summer. 

Once the Miracle departs Prince Rupert at 4PM, that will leave just six more port calls to come in the 2023 Cruise Season for the North Coast.

Included on the list is the last visit for the Ruby Princess, which has also been  a familiar sight on the Prince Rupert waterfront this season.

You can review our notes on the 2023 Season from our archive page here.

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