Bellingham Cruise Terminal

Passenger Destinations
Located in the Historic Fairhaven District the Bellingham Cruise Terminal (BCT), completed in 1989, is the southern connection for the Alaska Marine Highway System. Seasonal foot ferries and charter vessels also provide connections to the San Juan Islands. BCT provides safe and convenient passenger facilities for more than 200,000 passengers each year.
Terminal Services - BCT's facilities include:  
400 foot berth Overhead passenger loading ramp
Beautiful waterfront view Restaurant
Car loading ramp Self-pay parking
Floating docks Vehicle staging area
Fuel, water, and sewage Visitor information
High-tech office space  
Meeting / reception facilities  

AMH Ferry “Columbia” returns to Bellingham Bay. With a capacity of 499 passengers, the MV Columbia has 104 cabins, a dining room, observation lounges, a covered heated solarium, a cafeteria-style restaurant, a movie lounge, showers and coin-operated laundry and lockers. Stop by the Ferry Terminal on Wednesdays to take a close up look at the Grand Dame of the Alaska Marine Highway. 

The Bellingham Cruise Terminal is a 5-star Envirostar facility.