Prince Rupert

General information

Name:
Prince Rupert
Country:
Canada
UN/Locode:
CAPRR
Local time:
Moored Vessels:
44
Expected Vessels:
20
Berths:
2
Coordinates:
N 54° 18' W 130° 20'

Moored Vessels

Name
Type
Moored
Cargo Ship
26.09. 17:19
Cargo Ship
24.09. 00:03
Cargo Ship
28.09. 13:18
Fishing Vessel
27.09. 08:49
Fishing Vessel
28.09. 23:02
Pilot Vessel
28.09. 04:54
Passenger Ship
19.08. 23:59
Tugboat
24.09. 04:07
Tugboat
11.07. 18:46
Fishing Vessel
27.09. 12:50

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
29.09. 13:30
Cargo Ship
29.09. 21:00
Cargo Ship
30.09. 00:00
Cargo Ship
30.09. 13:00
Cargo Ship
30.09. 16:00
Cargo Ship
01.10. 05:00
Cargo Ship
01.10. 14:00
Cargo Ship
03.10. 04:00
Cargo Ship
03.10. 17:00
Cargo Ship
05.10. 08:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Passenger Ship
29.09. 06:50
Passenger Ship
28.09. 07:20

Latest news

Melius Energy Ships Bitumen to International Markets From the Port of Prince Rupert

Sat Sep 28 08:46:40 CEST 2019 arnekiel

Calgary based Melius Energy has successfully transported bitumen from Edmonton, Alberta to Prince Rupert, British Columbia, continuing to global markets in custom 20-foot shipping containers utilizing intermodal rail and vessel infrastructure. The shipment is the company’s first BitCrude™ transportation process demonstration, proving the ability to move bitumen safely and efficiently, in adherence to Canada’s regulatory framework.

Hapag-Lloyd's First-Ever Call at Prince Rupert

Tue Apr 24 08:52:40 CEST 2018 arnekiel

Hapag-Lloyd, the market leader in Canada, is expanding its local network. On April 21, the “YM Masculinity” called at a new destination, the Port of Prince Rupert, for the first time. The ship, which operates on the ‘PS8’ service of THE Alliance, was sailing from Asia to North America offering leading transit times and new options for customers.

Port Of Prince Rupert Proving To Be An Engine Of Growth Across Northern British Columbia

Thu Nov 30 12:24:44 CET 2017 arnekiel

The Port of Prince Rupert generated more than $1 billion in economic output for Northern British Columbia’s economy last year, according to a study commissioned by the Prince Rupert Port Authority. Marine, terminal, rail, truck and logistics activities in the region directly supported the work of more than 3,100 people. Earnings associated with that work totaled more than $260 million, revealing an average annual wage of more than $80,000.

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