Baltimore Port Transportation

UPDATE: MAY 2024 Until further notice, the Port of Baltimore has suspended vessel traffic due to the Francis Scott Key bridge collapse. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers expects to reopen the main shipping channel, which is 700 feet wide and 50 feet deep, by the end of May.   This opening, however, will not apply to cruise ships. At this point in time, the Unified Command is using the cruise terminal as a command center. The lobby of the terminal is being used by the Coast Guard and the Navy. For cruise ships, it is expected that the port will be out of commission indefinitely.

What's the closest airport to Baltimore Cruise Port?

The closest airport to the port is Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall (BWI) and is serviced by all major airlines. BWI is located 11 miles southwest of the Cruise Maryland Terminal. Looking for flight deals? Compare Rates on Cheap Flights to Baltimore If you drive to Baltimore, you can take advantage of Park and Cruise options.

Baltimore Car Rental

All major car rental companies, including Budget, are available at the airport. The closest agencies to the cruise port are: – Enterprise - 530 Light Street (inside Royal Sonesta) - 1.8 miles from port – Avis - 4900 Boston Street, Baltimore - 3.4 miles from port – Budget - 101 W Fayette Street, Baltimore (Inside Radisson) - 2.5 miles from port Save on renting a car in Baltimore with RentalCars.com!

Baltimore Taxis

A taxi from the airport to the cruise port will cost a flat fee of $35 or a shuttle for 2 people will cost an average of $50.

Baltimore Airport & Cruise Port Shuttles

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