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Ship Arrival Database

This is a schedule of passenger ships calling at Pier 21 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Please note, it is based on incomplete records. The source material for 1960 and 1962-1966 was damaged or missing. Some crossings, such as those chartered by refugee assistance organizations, may not be reflected.

This database search covers the years 1928 to 1971.

THERE ARE NO PASSENGER LISTS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS DATABASE, THESE ARE ARRIVAL DATES ONLY.

To find out how to obtain information regarding people travelling on a ship please contact us.

Dates are based on scheduled arrival dates, so they are occasionally off by a day or two due to delays caused by circumstances such as weather.

If you have questions about the schedules or are looking for an arrival that doesn’t appear, please contact us.

Ship Arrivals Search

Shipping Company Ship Ports Passengers Month Day Yearsort ascending
Anchor-Donaldson Line Athenia Montreal, Quebec (Summer)-Glasgow & St. John, N.B., Halifax (Winter)-Glasgow. 114 February 13 1928
White Star Line Canadian Service Megantic Montreal, Quebec (Summer)-Southampton, Havre, London & Halifax (Winter)-Southampton, Havre, London 271 June 24 1928
Scandinavian-American Line Oscar II New York-Scandinavian Ports-Halifax 102 November 17 1928
Cunard Line Ausonia Montreal (Summer)-Plymouth, Cherbourg, London, Hamburg, Southampton & Halifax (Winter)-Plymouth, Cherbourg, London, Hamburg, Southampton 455 March 4 1928
Cunard Line Ausonia Montreal (Summer)-Plymouth, Cherbourg, London, Hamburg, Southampton & Halifax (Winter)-Plymouth, Cherbourg, London, Hamburg, Southampton 276 June 18 1928
Anchor-Donaldson Line Cameronia Montreal, Quebec (Summer)-Glasgow & St. John, N.B., Halifax (Winter)-Glasgow. August 27 1928
Swedish American Line Drottningholm New York, Halifax, Boston-Gothenburg 123 June 17 1928
Swedish American Line Drottningholm New York, Halifax, Boston-Gothenburg 67 November 11 1928
Red Star Line Arabic New York-Antwerp-Halifax 151 February 19 1928

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