Seattle Cruises

Celebrity_deckchairs1Seattle features seasonal cruises predominantly from May to September. From Seattle, you can find cruises to Alaska, Australia and New Zealand, Mexico, and Hawaii.

Top Cruise Destinations From Seattle

The most frequented ports-of-call on cruises from Seattle are Ketchikan, Alaska, Sydney, Australia, Honolulu, Hawaii, and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Ketchikan has a small town feeling, and boasts “The Lumberjack Show,” Old Town Trolley Tours, and a variety of opportunities to head out into nature and see bears and other indigenous wildlife!While visiting Puerto Vallarta, you'll have opportunity to see gorgeous beaches, engage in water sports, and even go whale watching!

Cruise Lines Sailing From Seattle

With regard to itinerary variety and number of ships, Holland America Line is the leading major cruise line from Seattle, with 3 ships that sail on 1 and 3 day cruises in the Pacific Northwest, 7 and 14 day cruises to Alaska, 35 day cruises to Hawaii, and 27 to 75 day cruises to Asia and Australia. NCL, Carnival Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Princess Cruises, and Royal Caribbean also sail seasonally from Seattle, and Alaska is the major cruise destination for most of these cruise itineraries.


Upcoming Cruises from Seattle

The best way to save money on cruises sailing from Seattle is to book as far in advance as possible. While last minute cruises from Seattle may be offered at a discount, given that Seattle is not a year-round cruise port, many sailings do go out full and do not offer any last minute savings. Here is a list of upcoming cruises from Seattle.



Seattle Cruise Port Map

The Seattle Cruise Ship Terminal is the main cruise ship dock for Seattle.

The Seattle Cruise Ship Terminal is located 10 minutes from downtown Seattle and Seattle's Terminal 91 is located 35 minutes from the Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA). If you are looking for hotels near the Seattle Cruise Ship Terminal, visit Seattle Cruise Ship Terminal discount hotels.