The cruise terminal is called Canada Place and it’s located in downtown Vancouver, close to restaurants, shopping and all attractions Vancouver has to offer. The terminal has three berths and welcomes 900,000 passengers a year. The modern terminal administration building offers all standard services for cruise passengers, such as security screening, luggage drop-off and storage, long and short-term parking, restrooms, a snack shop, a sightseeing tours desk, and a car-rental desk. Canada Place is also the first cruise port facility with 10 BorderXpress APC kiosks (“Automated Passport Control”). Passengers embarking in Vancouver are considered to be entering the United States when boarding the ship, so you will go through US Customs and Border Protection. The cruise terminal is conveniently located only 30 min by car from the International Airport (16km away). There are a few public transportation options available, the Waterfront station of the Skytrain is right outside and there is a bust stop 5 minutes walking distance away.