Port of Call Information

Port of Call Information

Vancouver, Canada

Average Yearly High Temperature in Fahrenheit (&degF)
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
40 43 49 55 62 67 73 74 68 58 45 39
Vancouver, Canada


The Port of Vancouver is home port for the Vancouver-Alaska cruise, one of the world's most popular cruises. Just a few minute walk to the downtown attractions, Port of Vancouver is Canada’s largest port. Vancouver offers the perfect blend of urban and natural experiences, with stunning vistas and plenty of activities. There are a wide range of cruise lines that sail out of Vancouver port, including larger vessels, and smaller and more intimate ships.

Things to Do

Iconic Neighborhoods

  • Gastown- Known as Vancouver’s oldest neighborhoods, this district retains its historic charm and spirit from when it was a single tavern town back in 1867. Explore the old buildings, cobblestones and lampposts on foot before or after your cruise.
  • Chinatown- Vancouver is home to North America’s third largest Chinatown (after New York and San Francisco) where you can find plenty of classic Asian specialty stores and restaurants. Visit the Classical Chinese Garden to learn more able Chinese culture and symbolism.

Fairmont Pacific Rim
Address: 300 - 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC V6C 3B5, Canada
Phone: +1 604-662-8111
2 minute walk to cruise terminal

Pan Pacific Hotel Vancouver
Address: 300 - 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC V6C 3B5, Canada
Phone: +1 604-662-8111
In the cruise terminal

  • The Lion's Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge that crosses the first narrows of Burrard Inlet and connects the city of Vancouver, British Columbia. The total length of the bridge including the north viaduct is 5,890 feet.
  • Ascend in a glass elevator to the top of Vancouver Lookout for 360 degree views of the city. The 40 second ride will whisk you up 553 feet above the city for panoramic views.
Family Friendly
  • Stanley Park is a 1,000 acre park bordering downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The park features many huge Douglas-fir, Western Red-cedar, and Western Hemlock trees. These trees can be up to 300 ft tall and, hundreds of years old. A great place for the whole family to enjoy.
  • The Gastown Vancouver Steam Clock was built in 1977 and is a well-known, antique-style clock, powered by steam. It even whistles to tell the time.

Catch a hockey or soccer game while visiting Vancouver!

Vancouver Canucks
Rogers Arena: 800 Griffiths Way, Vancouver, BC V6B 6G1, Canada

Vancouver Whitecaps FC
BC Place: 777 Pacific Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6B 4Y8, Canada

Driving Directions

Port of Vancouver Address:

999 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC V6C 3T4, Canada

Convenient long-term parking is available at Canada Place for regular height vehicles only. Maximum height is 6’9″.

Driving Directions from Vancouver International Airport to Port of Vancouver

  • Start out going NORTH on GRANT MCCONACHIE WAY.
  • Turn RIGHT toward ARRIVALS
  • Continue STRAIGHT to go onto GRANT MCCONACHIE WAY. 
  • Take the ramp toward GRANVILLE ST
  • Continue STRAIGHT to go onto SW MARINE DR.
  • Take the SEYMOUR ST / HWY-99 N ramp toward HORSESHOE BAY 
  • Continue STRAIGHT to go onto SEYMOUR ST
  • Turn LEFT onto HAWKS AVE.
  • Finally end at Port of Vancouver.