Cruise to Seattle? – Add Whidbey and Camano Islands to Your Ports of Call

A cruise ship comes “oh so close” to Whidbey Island.

Admiralty Head Lighthouse and Fort Casey State Park
offer spectacular views of Puget Sound.

Visit Authentic Washington!

Stay Another Night

Before or after your Seattle-based cruise, give yourself the chance to explore the unhurried sights and sounds of Puget sound from Whidbey and Camano Islands.

Getting to Whidbey Island is easy, just take the Whidbey Sea-Tac shuttle from your pier to any of several locations on the island. You’ll need to book in advance.

Visit small northwest towns without the hustle and deadlines of a cruise ship itinerary. Come visit:

  • Langley – "The Village by the Sea" – more…
  • Coupeville – The 2nd oldest city in the state – more…
  • Oak Harbor – A historic downtown for discovery – more…
Cruise the country roads and see the views that led to the naming of the main road as a scenic byway, the state’s first on an island.
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Explore the rugged beauty of island beaches. Walk through old-growth forests. Learn the deception that is “Deception Pass.”
Find yourself in nature…
Take a self-guided tour among the island’s wineries, tasting rooms, distilleries and breweries.
Plan your own tour…
Many artists have settled here to explore and expand their craft. Galleries display many artists work while some of the artists open their studios to the public. There are even art classes you can take so that you come home with something more than just a tan.
Look for inspiration…
Stay at a B & B in the woods! Rent a beach cottage for a week! Relax in an old victorian home! Enjoy your vacation at your own pace.
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Learn the island like a native. You'll find things such as

  • Beaches
  • Best Driving Routes
  • Towns
  • State Parks
  • Big Events
  • Things to Do

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This page created with the assistance of the Port of Seattle.


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