Whether you’re returning awestruck from Alaska, or gearing up for more tropical climes down south, enhance your summer cruise with a stay on Vancouver’s North Shore!
As cruise ships once again grace the waters around British Columbia, Vancouver’s North Shore is excited to welcome passengers back to our world-class restaurants, hotels and attractions. Here you’ll find incredible discounts and offers from local businesses exclusively for cruise ship passengers.
Check out all the deals to be had on our CRUISE SHIP PROMOTION SUMMER 2022 list!
It’s easy to find your way to Vancouver’s North Shore from the cruise ship terminal at Canada Place. A quick 12-minute SeaBus ride from Waterfront Station will dock you at the Lonsdale Quay Market, at the foot of all the amazing shops and restaurants at The Shipyards.
From there, transportation is readily available for anywhere you want to go on the North Shore. Head up to an alpine adventure on Grouse Mountain or Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Or explore an urban oasis featuring the new Museum of North Vancouver, the award winning Polygon Gallery, or plenty of unique local shops and artisan studios – not to mention a number of incredible craft breweries – just steps from the Quay.
Whether you’re visiting us pre- or post-cruise, it’s a breeze to travel between Vancouver’s North Shore and the Canada Place Cruise Ship terminal. If you are coming our way: when leaving the front of the cruise ship terminal at Canada Place, turn left towards Gastown and head to Waterfront Station. Buy a 2-zone Seabus ticket in the terminal and arrive at Lonsdale Quay terminal 12 minutes later. If you are heading to the Cruise Ship terminal: take the SeaBus from Lonsdale Quay terminal to Waterfront Station. When leaving the station, turn right and head for the “sails” at Canada Place. You can’t miss it!
If you are toting a bit too much luggage to make public transportation feasible, taxis, Uber and Lyft are all available from Vancouver to whisk you away to your extended vacation on Vancouver’s North Shore.