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Port of Baltimore Cruise Port Information
The Port of Baltimore Cruise Port is on Locust Point, near the bustling Inner Harbor and minutes away from BWI Airport. Washington DC and Annapolis are an hour away by car. Large cruise ships of Carnival and Royal Caribbean depart from the port for Bermuda, the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Florida, and Canada.
American Cruise Lines offers cruises to towns on the Chesapeake Bay and Mid-Atlantic Inland Passage cruises on the Intracoastal Waterway. The cruises on the American Glory, American Star, and Independence are ideal for the traveler who wants a small ship experience. The ships stop at historic destinations including Yorktown, Williamsburg, St. Michaels, and Tangier. All cruises on American Cruise Lines ships depart from the Inner Harbor.
The Carnival Pride departs from Baltimore to the Eastern Caribbean and the Bahamas. Ports include Freeport, Nassau, Grand Turk and Half Moon Cay. Carnival offers 7 and 10 night cruises to the Eastern Caribbean. Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas departs from the port on 8-day Bahamas cruises with stops in Port Canaveral, Nassau, Cococay, and Key West.
The Baltimore Inner Harbor is a must-see. The scenic, waterfront area is a hub for restaurants, shops and features street entertainers, open-air concerts, and an outdoor skating rink. Baltimore's historic neighborhoods are within walking distance. The cultural center of Mount Vernon is nearby.
The Port of Baltimore Cruise Port is accessible from locations north and south via I-95 to exit 55 and the South Locust Point Marine Terminal. Passengers departing from the port don't have to make reservations for parking. The Passenger Building lot offers long-term parking and complimentary shuttle service.