The cruise port of Vancouver is one of the most popular embarkation ports for cruises to Alaska. This cosmopolitan Canadian city is extraordinarily scenic with its cruise terminals surrounded by water and mountains. Some of Vancouver’s most popular sights and attractions for families include Stanley Park, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Grouse Mountain, Science World, and the Vancouver Aquarium.

Where Cruise Ships Dock in Vancouver

Canada Place cruise terminal can welcome three ships alongside their pier. The East Berth is the side of Canada Place that is across from the SeaBus Terminal. Whereas, the other side of Canada Place is across from the Convention Centre. The West Berth is closest to the street and the North Berth is directly behind the West Berth. 

The Port of Vancouver shut down the Ballantyne Pier to cruise ships in 2014, leaving Canada Place as the city’s only remaining cruise terminal.

Useful Links for Cruise Port of Vancouver

Tourism Vancouver  – Destination Vancouver Website
Port of Vancouver – Cruise Information
Port of Vancouver – Cruise Schedule
Port of Vancouver – Berthing Map

Public Transportation – Canada Line
Public Transportation – TransLink

Google Map of Vancouver Cruise Terminal

Updated: March 11, 2023