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Make the Most of Your Trip to Seattle with a Cruise Port Shuttle
When you’re planning a trip to Seattle, you want to make sure you get the most out of your visit. One of the best ways to do that is by taking advantage of a cruise port shuttle. This convenient service can help you get around the city quickly and easily, allowing you to explore all that Seattle has to offer. Here’s what you need to know about taking a cruise port shuttle in Seattle.
What Is a Cruise Port Shuttle?
A cruise port shuttle is a transportation service that takes passengers from the cruise port to their destination in the city. It’s an affordable and convenient way to get around Seattle without having to worry about renting a car or navigating public transportation. The shuttles are typically comfortable and spacious, making them ideal for groups or families traveling together.
Benefits of Taking a Cruise Port Shuttle
Taking a cruise port shuttle in Seattle has several benefits. First, it’s an affordable option compared to renting a car or taking public transportation. The shuttles are also reliable and comfortable, so you don’t have to worry about getting stuck in traffic or dealing with uncomfortable seating. Plus, they can take you directly from the cruise port to your destination, so you don’t have to worry about getting lost or having trouble finding your way around the city.
Where Can I Find a Cruise Port Shuttle?
There are several companies that offer cruise port shuttles in Seattle, so it’s easy to find one that meets your needs. You can search online for companies that offer this service or ask your hotel for recommendations. Most companies will pick up passengers at the cruise port and drop them off at their destination in the city, so be sure to ask about this when booking your shuttle service.
Taking advantage of a cruise port shuttle is an easy way to make the most of your trip to Seattle. With its convenience, affordability, and reliability, it’s no wonder why more travelers are choosing this option when visiting the city. So if you’re planning a trip to Seattle soon, consider taking a cruise port shuttle for an enjoyable and stress-free experience.
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Locals looking to explore cruising for the first time have a low-cost option that sails into Vancouver this fall.
If you are looking for a fun weekend trip, Holland America Line (HAL) is offering a one-night voyage from Seattle that allows you to dip your toes into the cruising world without committing to a longer itinerary (or breaking the bank).
Popular for its medium-sized vessels, HAL's ships are markedly easier to navigate than many of the mega-ships at sea, which are able to accommodate over 5,000 passengers. As such, you'll have the opportunity to get acquainted with the ship.
The cruise departs Seattle on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 4 p.m. and disembarks in Vancouver at Canada Place cruise ship terminal at 7 a.m. the following day. Since you won't be able to drive down, there are a couple of options to get down to Seattle. You can take a flight, which starts at $189 CAD with Air Canada.
Alternatively, a recently-launched North American bus service called Flixbus offers trips out of Downtown Vancouver for as little as $24.99 CAD that weekend. As of this writing, the cheaper fares are sold out that would line up with the cruise, so the prices start at $59.99. However, if you want to make spend more time in Seattle you can bus down the day before and spend one night in a hotel.
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The total cost of an interior stateroom for two people including all taxes and fees works out to $446.76 CAD including all taxes and fees (or $233.38 CAD per person).
The cruise ship for this voyage is the Eurodam, which is Holland's first Signature-class ship. It has a tennis court, a basketball court, 12 bars and lounges, a disco, a movie theatre, two pools, a spa, an arcade, and much more.
Not only does that cost include your transportation on a beautiful five-star vessel, but it also includes meals, entertainment, snacks, and lodging. The only thing it doesn’t factor in is alcohol and beverages, but you may opt to purchase a drink package that can reduce the cost of your spending.
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Early this year, I sailed on Holland America Line's first voyage to Vancouver. It was the first cruise to return to Canada since the start of the pandemic. Read my experience sailing from San Diego in April .
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Prepare for one nights of refreshing cruising through the sea when you book your cabin on the Holland America Westerdam from Seattle to Vancouver.
This route is an interesting one for the Westerdam. Actually, it sails it just once.
The price is the total you pay, no surprises. At less than $155 a day, this bargain is.
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Over 1,900 passengers can comfortably cruise on this top-rated Hal Vista class cruise ship, based in Asia and the South Pacific and refurbished less than this year ago in 2023.
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Seattle is a popular cruise port and is surrounded by rugged natural beauty. Norwegian Encore offers one of the best cruises from Seattle. It ranks highly based on health ratings and reviews. The ship accommodates 3,998 guests and 1,735 crew members and is one of Norwegian's newer additions to the industry. Other top-ranked cruise ships from Seattle are Ovation of the Seas, Celebrity Solstice , Princess Cruises , Royal Princess, Norwegian Bliss, and Eurodam.
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Several major cruise lines sail from Seattle. These include Royal Caribbean , Carnival , Oceania Cruises, Princess Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, and Holland American Line . No matter which itinerary you select, Seattle now offers an abundance of cruise experiences and options.
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Every cruise out of Seattle is bound to be a fantastic experience so it’s impossible to pick a favorite, especially when everyone has different tastes. Some of the most popular cruise ships sailing from Seattle include Norwegian’s Encore, Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas, and Celebrity Solstice. These cruises go to various destinations, including Alaska and the Panama Canal.
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If you travel with teens or young children, we recommend Carnival, Holland America, Royal Caribbean, Princess Cruises, and Norwegian Cruise Line for their family-friendly programs. It’s best to book a cruise that has activities for parents and children. You can see a detailed list of each cruise ship’s facilities on Expedia.
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Are there any Christmas Cruises from Seattle?
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LGBTQ+ Seattle cruise deals are available for the Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, and Oceania Cruises. You can expect tailored community events, and evening entertainment to complement a variety of leisure facilities on a Seattle gay cruise.
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Do you need a passport to cruise from Seattle?
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Seattle is one of the biggest hubs for cruises sailing to Alaska. But before sailing off to one of the most scenic places on Earth, it’s worth staying a while in the iconic Emerald City.
The great thing about downtown Seattle is that all of the must-see attractions are within walking distance from one another. Start your day off by grabbing breakfast at one of the many Seattle-based coffee shops. Then take a stroll through Pike Place Market, home to the very first Starbucks ever opened, as well as a wide variety of fresh pastries, seafood, delicious bites, and artisan crafts. Chihuly Garden and Glass is a glasshouse exhibition featuring intricate glass designs that mimic a flower garden. End your day by taking an elevator up to the observation deck of the Space Needle, where you can observe 360-views of the city skyscrapers and the famous Mount Rainier. Before embarking on your cruise, be sure to stop by Ballard Avenue NW to pick up some designer branded goodies and souvenirs to take with you.
When you’re all done, make your way to one of the two cruise ship terminals, Bell Street Pier, or Smith Cove. Many popular cruise lines offer sailings from these terminals, including Carnival, Celebrity, Oceania, Princess, and more, so make your pick and have a relaxing time onboard.
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thriftshopper wrote: ↑ At least Princess does it too. Since Princess counts elite status by cruises, it's popular for those chasing cruise line status to take these cruises (HAL counts by nights so not as good). If you board early enough, you can take advantage of lunch in the restaurant (rather than buffet). All food and entertainment should be running but who knows. Dumping off, maybe by 9-10. The cruises are offered to repo the ship so that it can carry pax for the next cruise and comply with U.S. laws (namely, PVSA). E.g., ship has finished doing the Alaska season and based in Seattle for the season. Next cruise is down to Los Angeles or Hawaii (and on to Australia). Ship cannot carry pax between two U.S. ports unless it goes to a distant port (nothing in Canada or Mexico qualify). So ship comes to Vancouver overnight, dumps pax (pax cannot sail back to back in this case) and then goes to Los Angeles or Honolulu.
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PointsHubby wrote: ↑ Ah yes the often frustrating Jones Act & the Passenger Vessel Services Act. And all it’s wacky intricacies
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dolfan1980 wrote: ↑ This isn't true...a lot of LA departing cruises only go to Ensenada Mexico and back. Doesn't need to be distant, just needs to be a different country as far as I always understood .
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