Learn about the Port of San Diego

The Port of San Diego is near many great tourist attractions like the San Diego Zoo, Seaworld, Legoland and over 19 beautiful beaches. Make sure to leave time on your vacation to spend time in San Diego. You won't regret it!
Port of San Diego is close to many great attractions and beaches!

News And Information About The Port Of San Diego

Established in 1962, the Port of San Diego is in the heart of downtown San Diego, a vibrant, thriving community. The B Street Cruise Ship Terminal opened in 1986 to promote tourism with San Diego. San Diego is California's second largest city and the Port of San Diego is close to many of the city's attractions which include Ocean Beach, one of the last authentic California beach towns and Balboa Park, America's largest urban cultural park, which is also home to the Old Globe Theater and the world-famous San Diego Zoo. SeaWorld, San Diego Wild Animal Park and Legoland are great options for families to spend their day. From gourmet dinners to wine tours in Temecula's wine county, there's some delicious options for those looking for a classier time. San Diego has 19 beaches that are great to swim and suntan on. The waterfront is home to over 60 restaurants. Gamble the night away at one of the eight Casinos. For the sportier traveler, there's sailing across the bay and hiking in the Cuyamaca Mountains.

The B Street Cruise Ship Terminal in the Port of San Diego, the 'fastest growing cruise port on the West Coast' hosts cruises that have destinations that include the Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii, Australia and Tahiti. Cruise lines include Holland America, Celebrity Cruises, Disney Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International. Ships include the Crown Princess, Statendamn, Westerdam, Amsterdam, Veendam, Disney Wonder, Norwegian Sun, Grand Princess, Ruby Princess, Celebrity Infinity, LeBoral and World Odyssey among others. The B Street Cruise Ship Terminal is within ten minutes of the San Diego International Airport and the train terminal.

Layout and Services for the Port of San Diego

  • The Port of San Diego is on the north shore of the San Diego Bay. It is just south of the San Diego International Airport.
  • Julia Street Cruise Terminal, Port of New Orleans Place, New Orleans, LA, United States.
  • The main entrances to the terminal are on the south side of the building. It is north of the USS Midway Museum.
  • The B Street Cruise Ship Terminal consists of five wharves. Wharf 1 and 2 are on the north side, with Wharf 1 to farther east. Wharf 3 is on the west. Wharf 4 and 5 are on the south side with Wharf 5 farther east. Wharves 1, 2,4 and 5 are able to accommodate bigger cruise ships while smaller ships dock at Wharf 3.
  • Parking is available on the pier, just south of the main gates.
  • The B Street Cruise Ship Terminal is accessible with wheelchair elevators and a passenger gangway.
  • A number of helpful and informative customer service representatives are on hand to help any passenger. The terminal consists of one 30, 000 square foot terminal, plus two additional buildings for passenger reception and baggage handling.
  • In order to enter the cruise ship terminal, travelers must present a photo ID and ship ticket.

The official Port of San Diego website has the most up to date information and schedule. Please visit there to plan your trip. Also make sure you book a parking lot spot with Instapark B Street Cruise Ship Terminal.

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