2013 Baltimore Maryland Cruise Ports
Some of the Baltimore Maryland cruises that may come and go from the Port of
Baltimore include these sample voyages below.
Return to the Cruise Ports page.
Cruise Maryland offers 105 cruises to the Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada/New
England and the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruise Lines Pride, &
Royal Caribbean International’s Enchantment of the Seas. In
2011, Carnival Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean Cruises will offer and
provide year round sailings from the Cruise Maryland terminal.
Major Cruise lines offering Baltimore Maryland Cruises include:
Royal Caribbean Cruises
Parking & Rates
We make it easy for you: no advanced reservations are required to park
in our secured, long-term lots which are located within walking distance
of the Cruise Maryland Terminal. Parking rates are payable upon arrival
by credit card, cash, or traveler’s checks. We accept VISA, MasterCard,
and American Express.
Special needs accessible parking is available on site.
Passenger Vehicles and SUV's $15.00 per cruise night.
Recreational Vehicles under 30' $30.00 per cruise night.
Recreational Vehicles over 30' & Busses $40.00 per cruise night..
Upon arrival, passengers will be directed to drop off their luggage in
the appropriate luggage boxes for screening and handling. Please have
your cruise line-issued luggage tags completed and attached to your
bags. If you do not have tags please visit the tent marked “Cruise
Luggage Tags” upon entrance to the terminal. It is located on the left
as you enter.
After dropping off your luggage, you will then be directed to the
appropriate secured, long-term parking lot.
Cruise Terminal Address:
2001 East McComas Street,
Baltimore, MD 21230
Traveling from points South:
Follow I-95 North to Exit 55, Key Highway. Once you exit stay straight
for approximately .08 miles on East McComas Street. Cruise Maryland
Terminal’s entrance is on the right.
Traveling from points North:
Follow I-95 South through the Ft. McHenry Tunnel, be sure to be in the
far right lane (bore #1) when going through the tunnel. Take Exit 55,
Key Highway. Turn left at the traffic light (traveling under the
overpass) onto East McComas Street. Cruise Maryland Terminal’s entrance
is approximately 350 feet on the right.
Cruise Terminal Address:
2001 East McComas Street, Baltimore, MD 21230
Important information for departing passengers:
•The cruise terminal entrance opens at 8:00 a.m. or two hours after the
ship arrives; however, do not arrive prior to the embarkation time on
•Please have your ticket ready upon entering the Cruise Maryland
•Due to security restrictions, no one will be allowed in the passenger
building without a valid cruise ticket and government photo ID or valid
•Identify all your bags including carry-ons, using your cruise line
luggage tags. Tags should be completed and affixed to each piece of
luggage before you arrive at the terminal. If you do not have tags, upon
entry to the terminal, visit the tent marked "Cruise Luggage Tags"
(located on your left as you enter) to receive your tags.
•All visitors will be required to present a valid government-issued
photo ID upon entering the cruise terminal (e.g., state driver's
license, passport or official identification with photograph). All
minors must be accompanied by parent or guardian.
•Refer to the cruise line's website for instructions on procedures prior
to your cruise.
New Boarding Requirement
Land and Sea Travel
•A valid passport is required for air travel to/from Canada, the
Caribbean and Bermuda.
•Effective June 1, 2009 only a valid passport (unless otherwise noted
below) or other WHTI (Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative) compliant
documents will be accepted for entry or re-entry into the United States.
For a list of all approved documents visit: travel.state.gov
•U.S. citizens on closed-loop cruises (cruises that begin and end at the
same port in the U.S.) will be able to enter or depart the country with
proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate and laminated
government-issued picture ID showing name and date of birth. A U.S.
citizen under the age of 16 can present either an original or certified
copy of his or her birth certificate, a Consular Report of Birth Abroad
issued by the U.S. Department of State, or Certificate of Naturalization
issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Additional Passport information updates, click here.
IMPORTANT: Change in documentation & check-in requirements for U.S.
Effective Immediately - ALL CRUISE PASSENGERS
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security requires all cruise lines to
all cruise lines to provide final passenger manifests 60 minutes prior
to departure from U.S. ports. This means that ALL passengers must arrive
at the pier for check-in, at least 90 minutes to 2 hours, prior to the
ship's scheduled departure time, so they can be processed and onboard,
at least 60 minutes before sailing, or they can be denied boarding. This
is a major change, from the current boarding procedure!