© Cruise ship at the Port of Montréal and Downtown Montréal © Guy Rochette

© Montréal Cruise Terminal - © Stephan Poulin

© Montréal Cruise Terminal -© Stéphan Poulin

© Montréal Cruise Terminal - © Mathieu Dupuis, Cruise Saint-Lawrence

© Montréal skyline from Mount Royal Park- © Mathieu Dupuis, Cruise Saint-Lawrence

© Casino de Montréal © Mathieu Dupuis, Cruise Saint-Lawrence

© Place Jacques-Cartier © Mathieu Dupuis, Cruise Saint-Lawrence


Cruising from Montréal

Many cruise operators use Montréal as a starting or ending point for their itineraries along the St. Lawrence River. More than just a port of call, Montréal is North America’s largest French-speaking city. Historic sites, major attractions, interesting activities, and countless restaurants and shops make for an unforgettable opportunity to experience a touch of Europe in North America.

Cruise packages

Cruise Schedule

From May to October, watch the ships as they pass through Montréal.
Check the schedule for arrivals and departures

Cruises Schedule

Cruise St. Lawrence

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Opt for a cruise along the St. Lawrence River to discover all it has to offer. One of nine ports of call on the seaway, Montréal is a major embarkation and disembarkation port. It is a starting point for the Canada/New England route, and the beginning and end point for travel to and from Europe, as well as to and from the Îles de la Madeleine.
More information on stopovers on the St. Lawrence


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