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You want a ship with unusual features, like a go-kart track
You like forward-facing observation lounges to watch the sea
You're traveling solo or as a family; Norwegian caters to both
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You want a more classically minded ocean cruise experience
You don't want to have to pay extra for some onboard features
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SeaTac to Seattle cruise port3 Replies
My family of 6 adults are looking to get from SeaTac directly to the Seattle Cruise Port Pier 91 on Friday, July 22. My husband is somewhat debilitated and cannot walk any distance without needing t...
June 24, 2022|
Response from suze2you|
I would arrange for wheel chair assistance thru the airport. Then take a taxi (van or two cars) to the Pier.
Is your group able to manage your own luggage to get it from baggage claim over to the...
5 hours in Seattle- Luggage storage??5 Replies
We will be taking an Alaska cruise in a few weeks. Upon return, we will be disembarking from the SEATTLE cruise port about 9 am. We have 5 hours to spare till we leave the city.
?? What to do with o...
July 22, 2022|
Response from PacificNWFamily|
Port Valet might be a good option for you: https://www.portseattle.org/page/port-valet-enjoy-seattle-luggage-free
I think some cruise lines might have a 'transfer to SeaTac' option.
Be sure you arr...
Which side of cruise ship ?3 Replies
Chichester, United Kingdom
I have booked a cruise to Alaska from Seattle
Going from Seattle - Juneau - Skagway - Glacier Bay (cruising) - Ketchikan - Victoria BC - Seattle
Wondering what side of the ship would give me...
November 20, 2021|
Response from fti|
Since you are going round trip, you will see the same scenery one way or the other basically from your room. The best side of the ship is the front side - where you can see in front of you and to th...
Hi. I’m at the very beginning of our planning for a visit to Alaska for August 2023. We are a family of 5, children will be 11, 13 and 5.
We have heard the best cruises depart from Vancouver rather...
October 31, 2021|
Response from Frommy|
You are correct in that Vancouver cruises are superior to those from Seattle. That is because:
1. Seattle cruises sail to the west of Vancouver Island in open ocean with nothing to see...
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