Bellingham, Washington is our southernmost terminus at 595 nautical
miles south of Ketchikan. With 140 miles of marine shoreline and
100,000 acres of highly productive farmland, Bellingham and Whatcom
County are a fresh food haven. Adventure abounds in the area with
hiking, biking, kayaking, golfing, running, climbing, camping,
sailing and much more. Ranked second in the nation for arts
businesses per capita, Bellingham shines with arts and heritage
activities. Visit www.bellingham.org
for more information on available activities and accommodations.
Bellingham is conveniently located an hour-and-a-half drive
from Seattle, Washington and one hour from Vancouver, British
Columbia and their multi-modal facility offers train, bus, Alaska,
and San Juan Island ferry service, all in one location. The ferry
terminal and visitor information center are adjacent to the
historic Fairhaven district. With direct ferry service from
Bellingham to Ketchikan, a passport is not required to travel
between Alaska and the Lower 48.
Bellingham Port & Terminal Information (BEL)
355 Harris Avenue
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Visit Google Maps
3 miles from town
Shared Terminal Contact: (360) 676-8445
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