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Kingston Coal Dock ready for Great Lakes cruise season

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The Kingston Coal Dock and the Waterfront Trail
Ontario's Kingston Coal Dock is ready for the 2022 Great Lakes cruise season with safe waterfront approaches and new dockside tourism activities.

The Canadian Hydrographic Service included Kingston in their 2021 St. Lawrence Seaway survey, showing clear approaches for cruise ships to the Coal Dock.

The dock's length is 81 metres/265.7 feet. The Notice to Mariners states 'approaches to the wharf to be clear of obstructions and a least depth of 4.6 metres is found alongside.'

Tourism Kingston creatively embellished the Kingston Coal Dock and municipal Waterfront Trail area.

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Tourism Kingston creatively embellished the Kingston Coal Dock and municipal Waterfront Trail area

Visitors can view new public murals of local attractions, photograph themselves with the interactive Kingston sign, meet the town crier and walk the newly improved municipal Waterfront Trail. More attractions will be announced soon.

Sandy Berg and the Doornekamp Construction Ltd. team are available to discuss vessel requirements to accommodate bookings for Kingston Coal Dock stops in 2022.

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