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Cruise from British Columbia
 

Cruise from British Columbia

VancouverFor cruises going out into the Pacific or up north to Alaska, British Columbia is a perfectly-placed departure point. But, while the province covers a great amount of area, cruises from British Columbia typically leave from Vancouver, a metropolis in an ideal location for both American and Canadian travelers.

Vancouver features two ports: Ballantyne Cruise Ship Terminal, northeast of the city’s downtown on Burrard Inlet, and Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal, in the center of the city. Departing from the two ports are various¬†cruises from British Columbia¬†to Hawaii or Alaska. Excursions last seven to 14 nights and stop at multiple Alaskan ports.

Cruise Ship BC, CanadaBecause of the distance, Hawaiian cruises from British Columbia are considerably longer. Creating an enjoyable experience on the warm high seas are Royal Caribbean, Holland America, and Carnival Cruise ships. As cruises depart from the city surrounded on three sides by water, the view captures Vancouver’s beautiful and notable skyline. Direct Line Cruises additionally offers package deals and discounts.

Through air or rail travel, practically anyone from the U.S. or Canada can access a Vancouver cruise port. Specifically, Vancouver International Airport is less than an hour’s drive from either location, and taxi service connects the airport to the cruise terminal. In the city, for a more economical option, is the Canada Line Light Rail, which travels between the airport and Waterfront Station.

British ColumbiaIf Vancouver International Airport is too much out of the way, Seattle’s airport, or SeaTac, is another option. Although the airport is a greater distance from the British Columbia ports, Quick Shuttle, for a $100 charge, connects SeaTac with the Vancouver cruise terminals.

Offsite, long-term parking is available for both terminals. Shuttle service connects the lots to the cruise ports.

Why only see the airport or train in Vancouver? A bevy of fun and enjoyable attractions give Canada’s largest city its character, considered an amalgamation of laidback Pacific culture and the polished, refined persona of a world-class metropolis. Great foods and arts and entertainment options pervade many of Vancouver’s sections, from urban outlet Stanley Park to foodie paradise Granville Island Public Market. During your travels, consider incorporating a sightseeing excursion as a pre- or post-cruise stop.

 

 

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