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Old 12-31-2009, 09:44 PM   #1
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Alaska Cruise Parking Seattle

We have scheduled an Alaska Cruise for next July. Leaving & returning to Seattle. Anyone know of/or recommend an RV park to leave MH & tow car while on cruise. Any idea of transportation to/from ship etc. Any help or suggestions appreciated..
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In the past, Pleasant Lake RV Park in Bothell, let cruisers park their RV's there for a fee. I don't know if they still have that option. You might give them a call. Good Luck.
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Somewhere I read that some cruise lines maintain a long-term lot for said purpose.It's worth a phone call.
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In 2006 we went on the Alaska cruise from Seattle, and there was a large surface parking lot adjacent to the Holland America terminal. The lot was plenty large enough for motorhomes / trailers. I suggest you contact your cruise line and ask about parking your RV. If they dont have space for your RV you may have to park it at a park in the vicinity and drive your toad to the dock.
We are planning to repeat the cruise from Seattle in May, and will be parking our car in the lot adjacent to the terminal.
Hope you enjoy your cruise.
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Just looked at Google Earth, and the cruise terminal parking lot has numerous RV's, motorhomes and trailers parked. I'm sure these are parked for the duration of a cruise - however, not sure when the photo was taken.
So I would contact your cruise line and/or the Seattle Port Authority, cruise terminal for more specifics on the parking, like cost and access.
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re: Google Earth. Their satellite pictures are at least 4 years old for my area. Looking at our house it plainly shows the 1996 Dodge CTD I sold in the spring of 2006.
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