Picking Up and Dropping Off Passengers at the Port of Baltimore (With Pictures)

Taking cruise passengers to the Baltimore cruise terminal? Not entirely sure what to expect or where to go? We’ve got you covered with directions on getting there, complete with pictures of to help you make your way.

First, for those who wish to map their route on their own or input it into GPS, the port address is:

2001 East McComas Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21230

The port is located off of Locust Point, just off of Interstate 95 and just west of the Fort McHenry Tunnel.

Map of Port of Baltimore
Map data: Google

No matter where you are driving from, you’ll approach the port on Interstate 95.

Coming from the South
As you approach from the south on Interstate 95, you’ll take Exit 55, Key Highway. This exit has a large disclaimer that it is the last exit before the toll on the Fort McHenry Tunnel. After exiting, you’ll continue straight down McComas Street until seeing the sign for the Locus Point Marine Terminal. Keep right, following the “Cruise Maryland” signs to the passenger drop-off.

Baltimore cruise port directions map

Coming from the North
If coming from the north on Interstate 95, you’ll take take the Fort McHenry Tunnel, which has a $4 toll (payable in cash if you don’t have EZPass). After paying the toll, you want to stay in the far right lanes of the tunnel.

As you exit, you’ll take Exit 55, Key Highway. Continue straight, staying in your left lane. At Key Highway, turn left, looping back onto McComas Street, in front of the cruise port.

Baltimore port map directions

Once you enter the cruise port, follow let the port attendant know that you are picking up or dropping off. They will direct you to the designated area.

More on Cruising From Baltimore

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

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Baltimore 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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  1. I’m cruising on carnival for 14 days in January 2018. Ill be arriving via car from the eastern shore. Can I make reservations or is it first come first served?


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