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Friday Harbor to Seattle / Seattle to Friday Harbor2 crossings weekly2 hr 45 min
Victoria to Seattle / Seattle to Victoria1 crossings daily2 hr 45 min
Seattle becomes the preferred choice for Alaska or Pacific Northwest cruises thanks to its cruise terminals and airport connections. It's also a great city to start or finish your cruise thanks to the many activities and experiences it offers, such as touring or shopping, its great cuisine, microbrews, Northwest wines and Seattle's well known coffee.
Ferries from the Ferry Port of Seattle go to the ports of Victoria and Friday Harbor, both are operated by Clipper Vacations. Below, you can find all the Seattle ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.
Ferries to and from Seattle
Clipper Vacations high-speed ferries are designed so the passengers feel their journey is a part of their holiday. On board their ships, in addition to a range of facilities and services, you will find friendly staff who will be happy to help you.
On board, you will find comfortable wide seats with ample leg room, food and beverages available, entertainment activities, gift shop and duty free shop.
Seattle port facilities
There are rental car facilities, fire and police department, satellite travel system and more.
Getting to Seattle Port
If coming from the north or south, get on the I-5. Take exit 167 at Mercer St, turn left on 5th Avenue, turn right on Broad St, and continue until you reach the waterfront at Pier 70. Turn left on to Alaskan Way and continue for half block to Pier 69 and the Victoria Clipper.
Book your ferry to Seattle from Victoria or Friday Harbor today simply and securely with AFerry.
Seattle is the largest city in Washington State, USA. A world-class city, Seattle has many wonderful attractions, most famous of which are the Space Needle and the nearby Mount Rainier, both of which offer stunning views of the city and surrounding area. The city is located on Puget Sound and is surrounded by water, mountains and evergreen forests. Head down to Pier 69 for an early morning ferry across Puget Sound to Vancouver Island in Canada. Since the 1990s, Seattle has been known as the birthplace of "grunge", giving rise to bands like Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, the Foo Fighters and many more.
2701 Alaskan Way, Pier 69, WA 98121, United States