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Cruises From San Diego

There are cruises from San Diego that go up the California coast, to Alaska, down to Baja California, the Mexican Riviera,

Hawaii and beyond. Major San Diego cruises leave from the Port Of San Diego, conveniently right near downtown.

San Diego Bay won the award for best U.S. home port in the 2010 Travel Age West WAVE Awards.

The cruise ships dock at the B Street Pier Cruise Ship Terminal at 1140 North Harbor Drive. This is 5 miles from the San Diego Lindberg Airport.

If 2 ships are docked here and a third needs to come in, it docks at the newer Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier.  This 52,000 square foot space is not only used as an auxiliary cruise ship terminal, but also for special events.

From here you can walk to shopping and dining downtown or at the harbor itself. But if you don't want to walk, or want to explore other parts of San Diego, such as Old Town, Balboa Park or other tourist attractions, it couldn't be easier. Pedi cabs, taxis, trolleys, buses and even the coastal train are available to serve you.

Broadway Pier San DiegoPort Pavilion At Broadway Pier

San Diego Cruise Lines

  • Carnival Cruise Line
  • Celebrity
  • Silversea Cruise Line
  • Holland America
  • Royal Caribbean

 Find out what destinations these ships sail to from San Diego. 

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