Growing cruise ship size forces Port of Vancouver to rethink infrastructure

PortandTerminal.com, May 1, 2019 The world’s larger new cruise ships can barely squeeze under the Vancouver’s Lions Gate bridge and that’s jeopardizing the city’s future as a destination port. The arrival of another supersized cruise ship in Vancouver Harbour is reigniting calls to revamp B.C.’s coastal infrastructure. The 333-metre Norwegian Joy sailed under the Lions Gate … Continue reading Growing cruise ship size forces Port of Vancouver to rethink infrastructure