See Cruise Ships Up Close


San Diego Cruise ShipsSan Diego serves over 600,000 cruise ship passengers a year. Annually, about 200 ships visit the B Street Pier, next to Broadway. San Diego is one of just a few cities in the nation where you can easily enjoy viewing two cruise ships at the same time. Our port is conveniently located downtown near numerous visitor attractions, including the scenic walkway along Harbor Drive. The next time you entertain an out-of-town visitor, especially one from a land-locked state, check to see if a cruise ship will be making a port-of-call in San Diego.  They will certainly enjoy the unique experience.

Directions from Google Maps. Traffic – You will encounter pedestrians and trolley crossings.

Trolley Access – Get off at Sante Fe Depot or One America Plaza.

After viewing the Cruise Ships, you may want to visit one of the many nearby maritime related museums, take a harbor cruise, or go for a scenic half mile walk south along the Embarcadero on Harbor Drive to Seaport Village.

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