The Bagotville wharf and the international cruise pavilion are located in the borough of La Baie, in the City of Saguenay.
The pavilion houses a tourist information office, local craft shops, souvenirs and many other services.
For more information about the port village of La Baie, please visit the Promotion Saguenay website.
It was in 2006 that the first international cruise ships dropped anchor in La Baie des Ha! Ha!. In 2009, the Bagotville wharf, designed exclusively for receiving cruise passengers, was inaugurated with the arrival of the MS Eurodam. Since then, over 200 cruise ships have visited Saguenay and have benefited from it now world-renowned facilities. In October 2016, one of the largest and most prestigious ships in the world, the RMS Queen Mary II, docked for the first time at the Bagotville wharf. More that 40,000 people travelled to the Port Village to celebrate the event. Over the past 10 years, Saguenay has earned a place in the cruise industry as a port of call, winning the award for best hospitality in the world 4 times. In 2017, 54 ships and more that 50,000 passengers will enjoy this legendary welcome!
Ships at anchorage:
Only the tides bring currents from low to medium.
See marine map of Saguenay. Detailed bathymetric charts available on request.
On the Saguenay River, in the Baie des Ha! Ha!, about 54 nautical miles from the confluence of the Saguenay and the St. Lauwrence Rivers.
Latitude : 48º20’42" N
Longitude : 70º52’42" O
Rates effective January 20, 2017
The Saguenay Port Authority is responsible for the terminal:
The terminal has been certified under the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code.
The marine security officer in charge of this terminal is:
(418) 697-0250 Ext. 203
24 hours a day - 7 days a week