Victoria San Juan Cruises sails May through October between Bellingham, the San Juan Islands of Washington State, and Victoria, British Columbia.
Bellingham, located on the northern edge of Puget Sound, is situated between two of North America’s most international cities, Seattle, Washington, and Vancouver, British Columbia.
The lovely town of Bellingham is located 80 miles north of Seattle. Driving time is generally around 1 1/2 hours. Plan to arrive at the Bellingham Cruise Terminal between 8:00 and 8:30 am, at least 1/2 hour prior to departure. Take exit 250 off of Interstate 5 and follow the signs to the Fairhaven Terminal and Alaska Ferries. Secure parking is available at the terminal.
Walk-on tickets may also be purchased 1/2 hour prior to departure (on a space available basis) from the captain at the Belleville Terminal in downtown Victoria. You may travel from Victoria to Bellingham one-way, or you may spend the night or several nights in Bellingham to take advantage of their round-trip cruise.
Included in the images below is a large-scale map of the Pacific Northwest Ferry Routes. Click on the thumbnail of the image to view a full-size version of the map. The ferry service to Bellingham in Washington is a private service. B.C Ferries is therefore not able to provide information for this route. If you are in Victoria and would like to take the San Juan Island cruise to Bellingham, please contact Victoria San Juan Cruises for current schedules, fares and additional information.
Victoria San Juan Cruises
Bellingham Cruise Terminal
355 Harris Avenue
Bellingham, WA 98225