Only a few metres away from the Cruise Terminal is the Vieux Quai (Old Dock) District.
Sept-Îles stands at the point where one of the world's greatest rivers becomes one with the sea. Looking out onto the Gulf of St. Lawrence, it is the vibrant heart of a region renowned for the generosity of its inhabitants and resources alike, a unique city that bears testament to the past while looking resolutely to the future.
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The international cruise season in Sept-Îles was capped, on October 2, by an impromptu visit from the RMS Queen Mary 2. With pig roasts, chainsaw wood sculpting, traditional Innu and folk dancing, Innu tea time, artisans, folk singers, bonfires and marshmallows, a classic car show, and a recycled metal sculpture exhibition, there was plenty to see and do this year at the cruise ship dock.
Its location in the centre of the main attractions and historic district favors the experience lived by the visitors. Have a look at our world-class port facilities.
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