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Port Valet Takes the Hassle out of Cruising From Seattle

What’s the worst part about going on a cruise vacation to the Pacific Northwest? When it ends! However, thanks to Port Valet, a new service from Port of Seattle, it’s never been easier to get home after a cruise.

Port Valet is a complimentary luggage service sponsored by Port of Seattle which transfers your bags to the airline for you and checks them to your final destination. The service also gets passengers their boarding passes long before getting to the airport, cutting down on waiting in line and all the hassle that comes with air travel.

How does Port Valet Work?

It’s simple to sign up for the service, you can enroll with whatever cruise line you’re vacationing with! The quick and easy form can be found in your stateroom. Simply fill it out and if you have any questions, inquire with guest services.

Port Valet is available for those flying with the following airlines:

  • Alaska
  • American
  • Delta
  • Horizon
  • JetBlue
  • Southwest
  • United

Once you’ve submitted the Port Valet form, wait until the last night of your cruise when you’ll receive your boarding passes and luggage tags from the ship’s crew. Set your bags outside the door that evening and the crew will take care of the rest. Your bags will be portered to the airport and checked in without you having to do a thing.

Port Valet

A view of Port Seattle

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Extra Time to Explore Seattle

When you take advantage of Port Valet, it gives you plenty of extra time to explore Seattle, one of the most unique cities in the United States. Head to the top of the Space Needle or take a trip down to iconic Pike’s Market, one of the oldest continual farmer’s markets in the United States. Seattle is a lot more than just Starbucks and Port Valet gives you the extra time you need to explore the city knowing your bags are already taken care of.

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  1. The Port Valet service at Seattle was great except we got a text on way to airport on the AA bus and after waiting in a long line had to get rerouted to Delta. AA said they would transfer bags (2) and arrived in Tampa on Delta at midnight with no bags. Had to visit AA and Delta missed bag room to file claim. Bags did arrive next day.