Port of Seattle Cruise Parking in Seattle

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Port of Seattle has many great sights all around it. Behold the terrible volcano Mount Tacoma or take a trip to the top of the Space Needle. Seattle has some great culture and restaurants and you don't want to miss out on it.
See the great sights of Mount Tacoma and the Space Needle up close!

Info On Port of Seattle

The Port of Seattle is located in the seaport city of Seattle, home to the notorious Space Needle. Be sure to go up the Needle! You do not want to miss a chance to view the city from above and capture the beauty of Mount Tacoma from afar. Mount Tacoma is considered as one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world and is a sight to behold. If you are a music lover be sure to make your way down to Jackson Street where many talented Jazz musicians made their way such as Ray Charles. Don't forget Seattle is also the birthplace Jimi Hendrix and the alternative-grunge music movement. Maybe you'll want to stop by the independent record label Sub Pop headquarters to see where some of the most rock influential bands made their mark on history; bands such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Mudhoney.

Seattle has a long history. Native Americans had inhabited the area for at least 4, 000 years before the first European settlers claimed the area. Originally build on logging, Seattle was eventually a gateway to Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush. Today Seattle is the largest city in the state of Washington and the pacific Northwest region of North America. There are many great parks and natural sights to take in while visiting. Seattle is a hustle and bustle of energy and history be sure to make time to see the sites of this large metropolis. It only takes about ten minutes to get into the core of the city from the Port of Seattle.

The Smith Cove Cruise Terminal is located ten minutes north of the city and has five outstanding and well renowned cruise lines in and out: Carnival Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, and Royal Caribbean International. Alaska is a popular destination for travelers leaving from The Port of Seattle

Geographical info for the Port of Seattle

  • The Port of Seattle is on Elliot Bay, which is part of Puget Sound. It consists of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, the Maritime Industrial Center, Fisherman's Terminal, Smith Cove and numerous cargo terminals, a commercial moorage facility and two cruise ship terminals.
  • Seattle Cruise Ship Terminal 91, West Garfield Street, Seattle, WA, United States, is at the southernmost point of the pier, on the east bank of Elliot Bay.
  • Parking can be found near the pier, with a shuttle that picks up passengers and delivers them directly to the terminal entrance.
  • Passengers enter through the north entrance of the building and proceed through check-in, baggage drop off and security. Once tickets and photo ID have been checked, passengers will be free to head to their ship.
  • Helpful staff will help guide travelers to their proper cruise ship. The cruise ships dock both to the east and west of the terminal.
  • There are a number of transportation methods to bring passengers to the airport. These include taxis, lightrail, shuttle and both public and private transportation. The Sea-Tac Airport is 22 miles away from Seattle Cruise Ship Terminal 91.

The Port of Seattle webpage has all the latest schedules and news. Make sure to check in with them when you make your cruise reservation. And always park with Instapark!

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