Courtesy Port of Seattle

Cruising From Seattle

With two centrally located cruise terminals and easy access to the airport, Seattle is one of the West Coast’s premier points of departure for your Alaska, West Coast, or Pacific Northwest cruise.

The Port of Seattle has announced its  preliminary 2023 cruise season schedule, which features 288 sailings to Alaska from Seattle on seven different cruise lines. The season kicks off April 15 and closes October 30, during which time an estimated 1.4 million passengers will sail out of Seattle.

Before or after your cruise, you can easily explore Seattle’s major attractions. Whether you have two hours or two days in town, there’s plenty to see and do mere steps from your cruise ship.

Travel light with Port Valet!





The Port of Seattle is pleased to offer complimentary luggage transfer from the ship to your domestic flight at the end of your cruise.

Plan Your Seattle Experience

Branching out on your own to explore Seattle before or after your cruise?
Pick your travel profile and start exploring:

Visit Seattle encourages visitors to explore the city’s vibrant neighborhoods to eat, drink, shop, and spend intentionally. Experience the heritage of the Emerald City and the diverse cultures that are woven into its fabric through the Community Partnership Program with Seattle Bank and Intentionalist.

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What Does Cruising from Seattle Look Like in 2023?

Photo: Don Wilson/Port of Seattle



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