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Port of Baltimore, MD

The address
Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore, South Locust Point Cruise Maryland Terminal, 2001 E. McComas Street, Baltimore, MD 21230

The port
The Cruise Maryland Terminal at the Port of Baltimore is approximately 30 minutes from Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI). Curbside airport taxi service can take you to and from the Port of Baltimore.

The Inner Harbor adjacent to Cruise Maryland Terminal at the Port of Baltimore is one of city's top
entertainment spots with plenty of hotels, restaurants and nightlife. If you're worried about making your departure on time, you will be hard pressed to find another East Coast cruise port with all these attractions. Worth arriving a day early?

The cruise ships

The Port of Baltimore is the home port for two cruise lines: Royal Caribbean and Carnival Cruise Line, all of which depart from the Cruise Maryland Terminal.

Royal Caribbean features 5-day trips to Bermuda and 9-day voyages to the Bahamas. Carnival Cruises makes 7-day trips to Bermuda and the Eastern Caribbean that includes the Bahamas and Grand Turk Island. The ships depart Baltimore year-round.

Here is the schedule for the ships departing the Cruise Maryland Terminal.

Driving Directions to Port of Baltimore

Parking Information for Departing Passengers

The Mandatory Early Embarkation - Homeland Security Requires It

Inner Harbor Hotels near Cruise Maryland Terminal at the Port of Baltimore

Pickup Information for Arriving Passengers

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