Port of Baltimore
If you live in the Mid-Atlantic region and looking for a cruise vacation, consider taking a cruise from Baltimore, Maryland. Not only do both Royal Caribbean and Carnival ships leave from the port, but there are also many wonderful hotels, restaurants, and activities for a pre or post cruise stay. Located not far off of I-95, it's a convenient and easy drive directly to the port.
Cruise Maryland and the Port of Baltimore is located at 2001 East McComas Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21230.
Not only is Port of Baltimore convenient and easy to get to, but flying into Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) Thurgood Marshall Airport is a breeze. See BWI Information and take a look at what all the terminals have to offer.
If you are flying into BWI for your cruise, start your vacation off by staying in a beautiful hotel at the Inner Harbor for a night or two in order to experience all that Baltimore has to offer. The Inner Harbor is an easy ride from BWI and only minutes away from the port. I'd recommend you prearrange transportation to seamlessly handle your rides. This is the way to start vacationing right away by not having to worry about a thing!
Or stay at a hotel in the area that offers a cruise and park package and you can leave your car and have their shuttle service drop you off directly at the terminal. Then after your cruise returns, they'll meet you and bring you right back to the hotel to retrieve your car.
Port of Baltimore Information and 2022 Cruise Schedule
Not only do Royal Caribbean and Carnival Cruises regularly cruise from Baltimore, Maryland, but other beautiful cruise ships sporadically have Baltimore on their itinerary for port stops. They will provide great excursions for the guests in and around the city (think dining on steamed blue crabs or touring the Inner Harbor.) It's no longer sailing, but take a peek inside the Crystal Symphony when it was at the Cruise Maryland terminal.
Looking for area information on what to do around the port? See Baltimore, MD Highlights as well as information provided by Crystal Cruises when Crystal Symphony visited this port.