The Port of Montréal is a port located on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada. It is operated by the Montréal Port Authority. More than 2,000 ships carrying all types of cargo to and from all parts of the world visit the port annually. sugar, petroleum products and other cargoes. Montréal is also a cruise port that welcomes major international cruise ship lines.

All photos courtesy of the Port of Montréal

The lovely skyline of Montréal is the perfect background for the 28,717gt Phoenix Seereisen cruise ship Amadea. She was built in 1991 by Mitsubishi at Nagasaki as the Asuka for NYK. She joined Phoenix Seereisen in 2006.
The lovely skyline of Montréal is the perfect background for the 28,717gt Phoenix Seereisen cruise ship Amadea. She was built in 1991 by Mitsubishi at Nagasaki as the Asuka for NYK. She joined Phoenix Seereisen in 2006.

The 20,659gt Federal Oshima of Canadian company Fednav at the Cereals Terminal. She was built in 1999 by Oshima Shipbuilding.
The 20,659gt Federal Oshima of Canadian company Fednav at the Cereals Terminal. She was built in 1999 by Oshima Shipbuilding.

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The 24,318gt Explorer was built in 2001 by Blohm & Voss at Steinwerder as the Olympic Explorer for Greece’s Royal Olympic Lines. In the lead up to the Arthens Olympics, the company was forced to change its name to Royal Olympia Cruises and the ship was renamed Olympia Explorer. The company went bankrupt in 2003 and after a while laid up, she was sold to C.Y. Tung’s Semester at Sea which is currently sponsored by the University of Virginia.

Holland America’s 33,451gt Maasdam at Montréal. She was built in 1993 by Fincantieri at Monfalcone.
Holland America’s 33,451gt Maasdam at Montréal. She was built in 1993 by Fincantieri at Monfalcone.

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