The Port of Seattle is your United States gateway to Alaska cruises. There are two downtown cruise terminals – Smith Cove Cruise Terminal /Pier 91 and Bell Street Pier / Pier 66. Because of their downtown Seattle locations, both Smith Cove Cruise Terminal and Bell Street Pier are convenient locations to the Seattle-Tacoma Airport as well as world famous tourist attractions like the Space Needle and Fulton Market.
Port of Seattle Cruise Lines
12 cruise ships call Port of Seattle home from the following cruise lines
- Celebrity Cruises
- Holland America Line
- Norwegian Cruise Line
- Princess Cruises
- Royal Caribbean International
Port of Seattle Transportation
Travelers have many options depending on how you are arriving in Seattle and how much time before boarding you are arriving in town. If you are arriving the day of your boarding a popular option is to organize a car service for transportation ahead of time. There are plenty of Port of Seattle car service options ranging from from private limos to shared shuttle buses. To get an idea on price you can get a Free Port of Seattle Car Service Quote from Limos.com.
Port of Seattle Hotels
If you are arriving at the port a day or more before your flight or you want to stay in Seattle after your cruise, you can reserve a room at a hotel that provides shuttle service to the port. Many of these hotels also have shuttles from the airport and if you are driving to Seattle can also provide long term parking with the room. For more information on Port of Seattle Hotels that provide shuttles as well as parking if needed go to the Port of Seattle Hotels page on ParkSleepFly.com
Port of Seattle Long Term Parking
If you are arriving at Port of Seattle via car, in addition to the hotels that provide parking included above, there are Long Term Parking providers including: