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ladycanuck May 6th, 2007 04:39 PM

parking in Seattle cruise terminal area
 
We are taking a 4-nighter end of October. Is there parking at the terminal area?

Irish Shark May 6th, 2007 04:46 PM

Parking at Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal

The Bell Street Pier garage is available to all cruise passengers. Conveniently located directly across Alaskan Way from the cruise terminal, it offers 1,700 spaces of covered, secure parking. Friends and family who pick up or drop off cruise passengers also are encouraged to use the garage while visiting the cruise terminal.

- Fee: $12 per day.

- You may prepay for parking online through Republic Parking at www.rpnw.com. (When you prepay, parking is guaranteed; no reservations needed.)

- Location: 9 Wall Street. Enter at the corner of Alaskan Way and Wall Street.

- 25 handicap parking stalls.

- No oversize or RV parking is available in the garage. Vehicles must be less than 6'6" high.

- Republic Parking operates the garage. Questions? Call the garage staff at (206) 783-4144.

Parking at Terminal 30 Cruise Facility Fee: $10 per day.

- You may prepay for parking online through Republic Parking at www.rpnw.com. (When you prepay, parking is guaranteed; no reservations needed.)

- 700 parking spaces are available on-site directly adjacent to the passenger terminal.

- Oversize and RV vehicles are welcome.

RV Parking and Oversize Vehicles

The following public parking locations are available for cruise ship passengers who need accommodations for RVs or oversize vehicles.

- Thrifty Parking. Pier 48, 101 Alaskan Way South. See map for directions. Cost: $15/day for 18 feet and under, $165/week or $30/day for RVs. Contact (206) 625-0064.

- RVs and oversize vehicles are also welcome at the new Terminal 30 Cruise Facility. Only the Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal garage cannot accommodate these vehicles.

ladycanuck May 6th, 2007 09:04 PM

Thank you for the very thorough explanation!!

Boise1960 July 23rd, 2010 03:18 PM

Seattle Pier 66 parking
 
Will be driving into Seattle the day of cruise with 3 cars. (Group of family members) Will be cruising on NCL. Is there a cheaper secure place to park besides parking at Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal at Pier 66? We were thinking of dropping everyone off with the luggage at the terminal, then finding a cheaper place to park and walking the 1 or 2 miles to the terminal. Trying to cut costs where we can. Savings for 3 cars can be over $100 when you have to park for a week.

Thanks for any helpful hints.


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