The Port of San Francisco offers over 30 unique voyages on 9 cruise lines. The port is serviced by Princess, Oceania, Crystal Cruises, Holland America, Celebrity, Norwegian, Regent Seven Seas, Cunard and P & O Cruise Lines. Cruises from San Francisco are offered year round.
Princess Cruise Lines – Grand Princess is home ported in San Francisco. She cruises to Alaska roundtrip from San Francisco in the summer months and during the fall, winter and spring, she offers 15 day roundtrip cruises to Hawaii from San Francisco. The Grand Princess also offers cruises to Mexico with stops in San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Ensanda.
Holland America offers a couple of longer Trans-canal cruises and World Cruises stopping in 17 exotic locations over a 47 day period.
In 2014, Princess Cruise Lines brought the Star Princess to San Francisco. She offers roundtrip cruises to Hawaii and Alaska from San Francisco. The Star Princess holds 3200 passengers and has many features – such as Sabatinis – Italian dining featuring seafood specialties and other Italian favorites served up with true flair in an authentic trattoria setting.
An amazing world cruise roundtrip from San Francisco
Duration: 2 hours: and 13 minutes
Port Of San Francisco
Port of San Francisco Map and Driving Directions
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Port of San Francisco Pier 35 The Embarcadero San Francisco, CA 94133 Directions: From the South Bay: Take Highway 101 North to Highway 80 East, exit at 4th Street, stay left onto Bryant Street (get in right land) stay on Bryant Street to Embarcadero. Turn left onto Embarcadero (get into right lane) go straight about 2 1-2 miles. Look for signs for the Pier. From North Bay: Take Highway 101 South across the Golden Gate Bridge, pass through the toll plaza and stay on your left, take Lombard Street to Van Ness Ave., take a left onto Van Ness Ave (stay right), follow Van Ness Avenue to Bay Street (about 3 blocks), stay on Bay Street until it runs into Embarcadero, turn let onto Embarcadero, look for signs for the Pier. From the East Bay: Take Interstate 80 West across the Bay Bridge, Take the Harrison Embarcadero Exit (on left side), turn right at Harrison St. (end of off-ramp), follow Harrison to Embarcadero, turn left onto Embarcadero, go straight and look for signs for the Pier, approximately 2 miles. Parking: Approximately $12.00 per day (rates subject to change by the Port Authority)
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International Cruise Center agent; Daniel had the pleasure of saling aboard the American Queen Steamboat from St.Paul, MN to St. Loius, MO
The largest steamboat ever built, the grand American Queen is a gracious and elegant triumph of American ingenuity.
Although filled with today’s modern amen...
52 (-ish) Reasons to Take a Cruise
Cruising is one of the world’s most popular kinds of vacations, and there are some pretty good reasons for that – in fact, we managed to come up with about 50 of them.
1. It’s a traveling hotel.
2. Scratch that. It’s actually more like a floating, traveli...