Victoria's Ogden Point terminal is currently the busiest cruise ship port-of-call in Canada.
All facilities are modern, with paved parking, passenger transport and cargo storage areas. Vessel services available include line handlers, passenger gangways, fresh water, baggage handling, garbage disposal, telephones and provisioning. Anchorage, tugs and fuel bunkering are all available at Ogden Point.
Services available for passengers at dockside include gift shops, foreign currency exchange and pay telephones. Tour and shuttle buses, taxis and other forms of transportation are readily available for passenger excursions to the city centre and major tour attractions. More information on the extensive and varied selection of shore excursions can be found at Destination Greater Victoria.
Under GVHA's stewardship, cruise tourism at Ogden Point has grown from 110 ship calls carrying 161,000 passengers in 2002 to a record number of 227 cruise ships and 533,000 passengers welcomed during the 2015 season. This growth in cruise tourism has become an important economic driver for the capital region. Working collaboratively with industry partners, GVHA is encouraging opportunities to expose cruise visitors to more unique Victoria experiences, thereby expanding the positive economic impact in our region.