Seattle Cruise Port Terminal Information
Last updated on September 5th, 2018 at 08:36 pm
The Port of Seattle has two cruise terminals:
Bell St. Cruise Terminal located at Pier 66 – 2225 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98121
Norwegian Cruise Line & Oceania Cruises
The Bell Street Terminal at Pier 66 encompasses a large, 11-acre multi-use complex within walking distance to the Pike Place Market and Seattle Aquarium or a short taxi ride to the Space Needle. Restaurants and mini-mart with ATM are located onsite as well as wheelchair, scooter and oxygen rentals which can be delivered directly to your cabin.
Norwegian Cruise Lines offers 6 to 10 day cruises to Alaska aboard the Norwegian Jewel, Pearl, Sun and the new Norwegian Bliss. Oceania Cruises sets off to Alaska aboard the Regatta.
Smith Cove Terminal located at Pier 91 – 2001 W Garfield St, Seattle, WA 98119
Carnival, Celebrity Cruises, Holland America, Princess Cruises & Royal Caribbean International
Located at the north end of Seattle’s waterfront, Pier 91 is a short drive from the city center. Amenities included at this terminal are luggage storage for before or after cruise excursions and a rental car kiosk.
The following ships home port in Seattle through Spring, Summer and Early Fall:
– ms Amsterdam
– ms Eurodam
– ms Nieuw Amsterdam
– ms Noordam
– ms Oosterdam
– ms Volendam
– ms Westerdam
– ms Zaandam
– Ruby Princess
– Emerald Princess
Royal Caribbean – Explorer of the Seas
Carnival Cruises – Carnival Legend
Celebrity – Celebrity Solstice
Weather in Seattle
The months from September to November are the best times to visit Seattle. The spring, summer and fall months see the most tourist traffic, which drops off sharply as the weather turns cold. be sure to pack some rain gear as the winds can get pretty chilly during the colder months, and there is always a bit of rain.
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