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Nunatsiavut Marine Inc. (NMI) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Nunatsiavut Group of Companies (NGC). NMI is a 100% Inuit owned Marine Services company providing the Coasts of Labrador with Shore-based freight and passenger services.

NMI provides:

Marine facilities management
Passenger reservations and freight services
Stevedoring and shore-based services and equipment

Marine Traffic – Kamutik W

Gov NL – Kamutik W Ferry Schedule




Nunatsiavut Marine operates port facilities in Happy Valley – Goose Bay, Black Tickle, Cartwright, Rigolet, Makkovik, Postville, Hopedale, Natuashish, and Nain, in partnership with Labrador Marine Inc. All ports are part of the Coasts of Labrador Ferry Service, a vital marine link for the people and businesses residing on the Coasts of Labrador. The ports are serviced weekly by the M.V. Kamutik W, a passenger and freight vessel, owned and operated by Labrador Marine Inc.

Happy Valley – Goose Bay Marine Facility Specs

  • Generally accessible from June to December, depending on ice conditions.
  • Main dock is 244 meters long by 15 meters wide.
  • West side water depth is approx. 9 m. minimum.
  • East side water depth is 5.6 to 9.1 m. minimum.
  • Available Dock lay down area approx. 5500 sq. meters.
  • Available Yard lay down area approx. 14000 sq. meters.
  • ISPS compliant Occasional use Marine Facility.


Coasts of Labrador Freight Service
Nunatsiavut Marine accepts freight in Happy Valley – Goose Bay for shipment to ports along the Coasts of Labrador Ferry Service during the shipping season.

Reservations for the MV Kamutik W
Nunatsiavut Marine operates a ticket office with a large waiting area close the dock. Reservations can be made by telephone, available in early May, until the end of season each year.


Nunatsiavut Marine, in partnership with Integrated Logistics (INL) offers Stevedoring services in Happy Valley – Goose Bay and other locations. NMI has a fleet of equipment, including forklifts, shunt trucks, trailers, and reach stackers to meet your cargo requirements.

INL has been involved in providing tug and barge services moving freight to Voisey’s Bay mine-site since 2018.


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