Vancouver, BC, Canada
Cruises from Vancouver depart from spring through fall.
Vancouver is located in the southwest corner of British Columbia in western Canada. It lies about three hours north of Seattle, WA, by car. If driving to Vancouver from the United States, allow for extra time at the border crossing, which can get busy, especially during holidays and long weekends.
Language: English Currency: Canadian dollar (CAD)
Driving Directions and Parking Information
Sailings from Vancouver may depart from one of two piers:
Canada Place Ship Terminal
The Port of Vancouver is 25 minutes from Vancouver's International Airport (YVR). Parking is available at the Canada Place Ship Terminal for C$20.00 per day (for 3 days or more). Rates are subject to change by the Port Authority.
Traveling North from I-5 - Take I-5 which will become Provincial Route 99 N. Take the Marine Drive West ramp. Stay straight to go onto SW Marine Drive. SW Marine Drive becomes Granville Street. Granville Street becomes Granville Street/ Granville Bridge. Take the HWY-99N/Seymour Street ramp towards BC ferries/Horseshoe Bay/Whistler. Stay straight to go onto Seymour Street. Turn left onto W Georgia Street. Turn right onto Burrard Street. Burrard Street becomes Burrard Place which becomes Waterfront Road W. The Ship Terminal should be visible from Waterfront Road.
The Ballantyne Terminal
The Ballantyne Terminal is 25 minutes from Vancouver’s International Airport (YVR).
Traveling North from I-5 – Take I-5 which will become Provincial Route 99 N. From BC-99, take exit 16 onto BC-91N. Follow BC-91N and exit Knight Street. Knight Street will become Clark Drive. Continue north on Clark and turn right on Stewart Street. Ballantyne will be on your right hand side, about 1KM down.