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Cruises from Vancouver: 2017-2018 season

Everything you need to know about cruises departing Vancouver, from the best deals to our top itinerary recommendations.

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Due to freezing winters, cruising season in Vancouver is confined to the summer months between mid-April and September. This makes it an ideal time for Aussies trying to escape the cold.

Peek into our Vancouver cruise information and the deals that apply.

Top deals on cruises from Vancouver

Cruise Direct Cruise Direct

Up to USD$1,300 OBC with Celebrity Cruises

Available on select dates in 2021. Destinations include Bahamas, Japan, Argentina, Canada, France, Australia, New Zealand and more. T&Cs apply.

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Cruise Direct Cruise Direct

Up to USD$1,000 OBC with Norwegian Cruise Line

Available on select dates in 2021. Destinations include Bahamas, Canada, Hawaii, Australia, Bali, Singapore and more. T&Cs apply.

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Cruise Direct Cruise Direct

Up to USD$1,000 OBC with Carnival Cruises

Available on select dates in 2021. Destinations include Los Angeles, Mexico, London, Canada and more. T&Cs apply.

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Cruise Direct Cruise Direct

Up to USD$1,000 OBC with Princess Cruises

Available on select dates in 2021. Destinations include Los Angeles, Australia, Canada, Spain, London and more. T&Cs apply.

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Cruise Direct Cruise Direct

Up to 30% off + kids sail free with Royal Caribbean Cruises

Available on select dates in 2021. Destinations include Mexico, Bahamas, Alaska, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, France and more. T&Cs apply.

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Popular Cruises coupon codes

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9 Jul 2020 Last minute cruises from USD$109 ********
9 Jul 2020 Up to USD$1,300 OBC with Celebrity Cruises ********
9 Jul 2020 Up to USD$1,000 OBC with Norwegian Cruise Line ********
9 Jul 2020 Up to USD$1,000 OBC with Carnival Cruises ********
9 Jul 2020 Up to USD$1,000 OBC with Princess Cruises ********

Where do cruises sail to from Vancouver?

  • Sydney
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Santiago, Chile
  • Shanghai
  • French Polynesia
  • Tokyo
  • Puerto Vallarta, México
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Anchorage, Alaska
  • Florida
  • Hawaii
  • Los Angeles
  • Seattle

Which cruise lines sail from Vancouver?

  • Holland America Line
  • Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Regent Seven Seas Cruises
  • Viking Cruises
  • Windstar Cruises
  • Seabourn Cruise line
  • Silversea Cruises

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Where do cruises depart from in Vancouver?

Cruises from Vancouver depart from the Port of Vancouver which is located close to the city centre.

You can use public bus, train, shuttle or taxi to get from Vancouver International Airport to the port.

Line 980 train takes 15 minutes from Airport Station to reach Waterfront Station. The port is an easy 500m walk from the Waterfront Station.

For added comfort and cost, taxis take 18-30 minutes.


Airport to cruise terminal transfers

Various shuttles operate from Vancouver Airport direct to the port. Trips take up 30 minutes. Private transfers are more common and start from $115 with Viator.


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