Bell Street Cruise Terminal Pier 66
The Bell St. Pier Terminal, also known as Pier 66, is located near downtown Seattle and is within walking distance of the Seattle Space needle and other attractions. Cruise ship passengers sailing on Carnival Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, Oceania Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line depart from Pier 66 Cruise Terminal.
The terminal is located on 10-acre, sited on Pier #66. There also are waterside and city center. The dock had served as a refrigerated storage, railway station and warehousing. The height of the terminal is two-floor with a system which allows direct transfer to the ship from the upper one. The parking space is located across the street. The terminal offers restaurant, café, luggage handling, concierge, rental car kiosk and shops. It has only one cruise ship mooring access.
Traveling from WA-99
Take WA-99 north or south. Take the ramp towards Western Avenue and continue onto Western Avenue. Turn left on Wall Street. Turn left on Alaska Way. The cruise terminal will be visible from Alaska Way.
Traveling from East on I-90
Take I-90 west towards Seattle. Turn left on 4th Avenue S towards City Center. Bear left on 4th Avenue. Turn left on James Street. Bear right Yesler Way. Turn right on Alaska Way. The cruise terminal will be visible from Alaska Way.
Traveling from North or South I-5
Take I-5 towards Seattle. Take the West Mercer Street/Fairview Avenue exit, number 167. Turn right onto Fairview Ave. Take the first left onto Valley Street. Stay left; Valley St. merges into Broad St. Continue on Broad St. to the waterfront and turn left onto Alaskan Way. The cruise terminal will be visible from Alaska Way.
Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal Address:
Port of Seattle, Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal (Pier #66), 2225 Alaskan Way, Seattle, Washington 98121.