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Bell Street Cruise Terminal at Pier 66 


The Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal anchors and 11-acre complex along Seattle's downtown waterfront.  This vibrant, multi-use property is home to Norwegian Cruise Line and Oceania Cruises which offer weekly sailings to Alaska.

  • Opened May 2000; expanded 2001
  • One berth facility; two berths possible with in-transit vessels
  • Two story building; 143,000 68,146 square feet
  • Maximum length: 1600 feet
  • Mechanized gangway system provides comfortable access from second floor ticketing level
  • Easy access to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (15-20 minutes) and downtown Seattle retail core (5 minutes)
  • Concierge services offer luggage storage before and after cruises, reservations for attractions, restaurants and hotels
  • Parking garage located directly across the street features 1,700 secure, covered spaces for passengers, friends and family
  • Lenora Street Bridge (located a few blocks south) connects pedestrians to the historic Pike Place Market and other downtown attractions
  • On-board airline check-in
  • Rental car kiosk on-site
  • Wheelchairs, scooters and oxygen rentals on-site


2225 Alaskan Way
Seattle,  WA


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Terminal Operations

The Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal is a Port of Seattle facility managed by Cruise Terminals of America (CTA). For info about parking, concierge services or other passenger amenities or questions about promoting products, services or attractions to cruise passengers, please contact:
Cruise Terminals of America
(206) 787-3911