Guide to Cruise Ports and Terminals
There are two cruise ship terminals in Portland Maine. They are:
The Ocean Gateway Terminal is conveniently located in downtown Portland.
The Portland Ocean Terminal is located a block away.
Due to the location of the cruise terminals, a port shuttle is not required.
A 90-minute narrated trolley bus tour departs from the Visitor Information kiosk adjacent to the Ocean Gateway Cruise Terminal (14 Ocean Gateway Pier).
Tickets cost $12.00 and the tour visits many top attractions.
Portland Maine is a city of 67,000 inhabitants. There are over half a million people in the Greater Portland region.
The City of Portland is home to a lively waterfront district (Old Port District) and some great museums and art galleries. Don't miss the Portland Museum of Art.
Visitors can enjoy Portland's historic red brick buildings, many of which can be found along Congress Street.
For a great view of Portland and its harbor, visit the Portland Observatory atop Munjoy Hill.
View map of the Portland Ocean Gateway Terminal.
Average daily temperatures by month in Portland Maine are as follows:
Free Wifi service is available in the Ocean Gateway Cruise Terminal and at many restaurants and cafes in Portland Maine. It can sometimes be accessed from Maine State Pier.