Portland Maine Ferry Port
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Portland is the largest city in the state of Maine and the county seat of Cumberland County. The Portland Maine area provides the perfect getaway, boasting the cultural activities of a major metropolitan region while maintaining a small town charm. Enjoy the region's wildlife parks, visit art museums and galleries, and plan a day trip with a guided tour or cruise.
Portland Maine port facilities
Portland Maine is the heart and the soul of the area. From container ships to luxury cruise ships, Portland harbor can handle the largest seagoing vessels. At the same time, the harbor is dotted with ferries and colorful pleasure boats. The Port of Portland is a working waterfront but, it has a playful side. The ferry port is in the heart of Portland Maine, so you're only a short walk or drive from all the amenities you need, with many hotels, restaurants banks and shops nearby.
Getting to Portland Maine
The ferry port is just over an hour's drive from Portland International Jetport, which offers connections to other major cities in the USA.
As you would expect, the highways in the USA are maintained to a high standard, and travelling by car is very easy. It can always be worth planning your route in advance to avoid tolls.
Portland Maine is connected to Boston by a rail service running 5 times a day. The journey time is around 2.5 hours.
Portland Maine Map
Northumberland & Bay Ferries
12 Ocean Gateway Pier Portland ME,, 04101, USA
Nova Star Cruises
14 Ocean Gateway Pier Portland, ME 04101, USA