Ogden Point

Ogden Point

Ogden Point is a deep water port facility with four piers able to handle very large vessels. The Victoria port is currently the busiest cruise ship port-of-call in Canada.

Ogden Point is also an important depot for undersea fibre optic cable repair. A heliport provides direct services to Vancouver Harbour and Vancouver International Airport (YVR).

GVHA undertook significant improvements to Ogden Point in 2003, aimed at improving facilities for cruise ship passengers and crews. The Ogden Point facility is currently undergoing a master planning process.

A popular spot to visit at Ogden Point is the 762-metre concrete breakwater. Built in 1916, the breakwater is home to Na'Tsa'Maht - The Unity Wall mural that depicts the art of local First Nations.

Parking for visitors is available on the north side of the facility near the Helijet terminal, and on the south side by the Breakwater Cafe & Bistro. Both lots are pay parking.

Facility Map

360° Panorama - North

360° Panorama - South

Port Operations

Western Stevedoring


James Bay Anglers Association
Whitehall Rowing & Sail
Mercury Marine
Western Stevedoring
CVS Cruise Victoria
Breakwater Cafe & Bistro
Ogden Point Dive Shop
Pacific Pilotage Authority