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- It’s a big passenger ship, which is located very convenient for visitors. The trainings for sailors are at 10:30-12:00 and 14:30-16:00, you can see how sails are set. In other working hours you can go to the shop and explore it. There is Yokohama port museum nearby, I advise you to combine ship visit with it.Written November 4, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Recently sailed on an 8 night cruise around Japan with embarkation/disembarkation from Yokohama. Took JR subway from Shin Urayasu and after several tsfrs, got off Kannai. Walked from Kannai station to port (approx .7 miles); commute wasn't too bad but we made sure to venture after 10 am to avoid the rush hour. I think the cost one way was about $8 USD. It can be tricky if you're carrying a lot of luggage. We also alotted a cushion to ensure one of our elderly family members could walk at a leisurely pace.
Was pleasantly surprised upon disembarkation that Princess offered FREE shuttle to the JR station Sakuragicho. We got on heading towards Yokohama and tsfr from Yokohama to a non-JR subway to Haneda Airport. Very polite and kind people saw that we were tourists and offered instructions to ensure we boarded the right subway. The cost was less than $8USD as well.
Princess also offers shuttle transfers (about $79USD to Narita and $49 USD to Haneda). We opted for public transportation since we were traveling with a group of 8 passengers, including kids/teenagers.
While I was apprehensive at taking the subway initially, I'd do it again in a heartbeat. If you're traveling with elderly members, however, you may want to consider purchasing a shuttle tsfr as the summer heat can be difficult to manage.Written July 4, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This was the second time I sailed marine rouge and as expected the experience was memorable. We went for the 120 minutes dinner cruise which starts at 1900 hrs (2800 yen per person, dinner not included). Usually tickets for every cruise are sold 30 minutes before departure. But in case you want a table reservation then you have to contact them in advance which we didn’t do so missed the dinner. But there are options for bar and snacks available which come at a price.
The view is spectacular especially when it passes under the bridge. You must go to the sky deck to enjoy this. Also the smoking area is available in here.Written April 8, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My friends and I took a waterbus from Yokohama Station to Red Brick Square. It was a nice short-ish voyage, seeing the bay area from the water, going under the famous Rainbow Bridge on a sunny day. It might be awkward to find the pier at JR Yokohama Station, so please have a plenty of time as the departure is only hourly (maybe more frequent on high season). The fare was around 800 yen. We walked to JR Sakuragi-cho Station to get back, enjoying the night view of Yokohama.
横浜駅から赤煉瓦倉庫まで水上バスに乗りました。駅から船着場までは結構歩くので余裕を持って向かった方がいいと思います（次の便は1時間後でした）。料金は片道800円くらいで、レインボーブリッジの下をくぐり割と短い船旅でしたが、終点の山下公園まで乗っていたかったです。折角横浜に行くのでしたら乗る価値はあると思います。帰りは綺麗な夜景を見ながら桜木町駅まで歩きました。Written April 3, 2020
- It was a one hour ride around the Yokohama Bay Area on road and on water. It was overall ok, but one downside is that everything was conducted in Japanese only. We were told by the ticket receptionist that the company started this only 2 years ago and have not yet included any English or other translations. It cost about ¥9000 for 2 adults and 1 child.Written December 29, 2018