Seattle - Getting There ... Is Half the Fun!

The Port of Seattle provides convenience and value to cruise lines and passengers in a spectacular setting. New ships, two downtown cruise terminals and convenient air travel connections at nearby Seattle-Tacoma International Airport make sailing out of Seattle an extremely attractive travel option.

Combine these cruise advantages with a proven vacation destination and visitors find countless opportunities to enjoy the Pacific Northwest.

The Bell Street Cruise Terminal at Pier 66 anchors an 11-acre, multi-use complex with restaurants, concierge and 1700 space parking garage. A two- level terminal and 1600’ pier accommodate cruise vessels.

Smith Cove Cruise Terminal at Terminal 91 is located at the north end of Seattle’s waterfront at historical Smith Cove; it’s just 10 minutes from the city’s retail core and famous Space Needle. The two-story, 143,000 square foot building can host two cruise ships at a time, and is one of the world’s only facilities with two electrical plug-ins that eliminate all ship air emissions.

Passenger amenities at both terminals include concierge service with luggage storage, wheel chair and other mobility devices on-site, rental car kiosk, and city information. At Smith Cove Cruise Terminal, a cell phone waiting lot is offered for convenient passenger pick-up.

Passenger Amenities, Accommodations, and Tourist Information

Terminal/Port Specifications


Contact Information:

Marie Ellingson
Manager, Cruise Services & Business Development

Port of Seattle
P.O. Box 1209
Seattle, WA 98111

Tel: (206) 787-3529

Fax: (206) 787-3280


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