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Two downtown cruise terminals and convenient air travel connections make Seattle the preferred choice for Alaska or Pacific Northwest cruises. The island offers a great selection of things to do and see such as whale watching, shopping, bird watching, hiking, biking, kayaking, beach combing, flying the skies and more. All these are experiences for you to enjoy the serene, natural beauty here in San Juan Island. There are pleasant shops, galleries and open-air markets in Friday Harbor to peruse, and there is a wonderful selection of restaurants ranging from the fine dining to ice cream parlors, all of which will please your appetite.
Getting to Seattle
In Seattle, the terminal is located on Alaskan Way at Pier 69. From I-5, take exit 167 at Mercer Street. Turn left on 5th Avenue. Turn right on Broad Street and continue until you reach the waterfront at Pier 70. Turn left onto Alaskan Way and continue for ½ block to Pier 69 and the Victoria Clipper.
Getting to Seattle from the North or South Seattle: Head toward the waterfront. Streets that go through are Madison Street and Broad Street. If you are on Madison, turn right (or North) on Alaskan Way. Continue for 1.5 miles. The Victoria Clipper Terminal is on the water at Pier 69, between Pier 70 and the Edgewater Hotel.
Seattle port facilities
Among port's facilities are the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in SeaTac, Washington; the Shilshole Bay Marina; the Maritime Industrial Center and Fishermen's Terminal on Salmon Bay; cargo terminals and a grain elevator on Smith Cove; and numerous cargo terminals on Elliott Bay, Harbor Island, and the Duwamish Waterway. The Port of Seattle also controls recreational and commercial moorage facilities and two cruise ship terminals.
2701 Alaskan Way, Pier 69, WA 98121, United States
03 Aug 2018Delays
Unfortunately, prior to my travel my 5pm return journey was changed to 7pm. This was a real inconvenience and added to this was a delay on the day. We departed almost 45 minutes late. We all had to wait in a small loading area in high temperatures which was causing some people stress and fatigue. On board facilities were good and the staff were great.
Review by Nichola Sore