Cruising From the Port of Seattle

Cruising from Seattle is a little confusing if you’re a first-timer. That’s because the port’s location among the city’s downtown mean navigating a web of streets to get to your ship. In addition, cruising is out of two separate ports, located about two miles from each other.

Pier 66 is the southern port, servicing Norwegian and Oceania lines. Pier 91 is the northern port, and it’s where you’ll head for cruises about Carnival, Celebrity, Princess, Holland America, and Royal Caribbean.

Here’s a map to give you a better idea of where the ports are located in relation to the city.

The ports are located about 15 miles from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Cruise Lines Served: Norwegian, Oceania, Carnival, Celebrity, Princess, Holland America, Royal Caribbean

Distance to Airports:
Seattle-Tacoma – 14 miles | 20-25 minutes
Vancouver – 135 miles | 2.5-3 hours
Portland International – 175 miles | 2.5-3 hours

Getting to the Port of Seattle — Transportation options from airports and the Seattle area to the cruise port. Everything you need to know to get to the port and start your vacation.

Seattle Cruise Parking — Parking at the port? We’ve got you covered with all your parking options, including costs and discounts.

Dropping Off at the Port — Dropping off passengers? Not sure where to go once you get to the port? We have turn-by-turn directions to find your cruise terminal.

Seattle Cruise Hotels — Getting in late? Leaving early? Simply need a place to rest your head? We’ve rounded up the options for places to stay near the port.

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