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Houston (Bayport) Cruise Terminal

Originally built in 2008, the Bayport Terminal has had a colorful history. For years it sat empty after being built, only seeing service when Hurricane Ike disrupted cruising from Galveston for a few weeks.

Then, a few years ago, the port has inked deals to begin dedicated service from Princess and Norwegian Cruise Lines — offering Texas cruisers even more options for dates and itineraries.

But after an initial run with the port, the cruise lines decided again renewing their service. Instead, they left the area. Now the Bayport Terminal sits empty, despite being a relatively new facility with on-site parking and a convenient drive from Houston.

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Port Information

Cruise Calendar — A listing of all the upcoming cruises leaving from the Bayport terminal in Houston. Note: Bayport stopped service in 2016, with no current plans to continue in the foreseeable future.

Getting to the Bayport Terminal — Information on getting to the port, including maps and step-by-step directions.

Cruise Parking — Driving to terminal and parking for your cruise? We’ve got you covered with all your parking options, including costs and discounts.

Port Transportation — If you’re flying into the area, you need to get to the port. Here is information on taxi, shuttles, and private transportation to Bayport.

Bayport Cruise Hotels — Want to stay near the port? We’ve rounded up the options for places to stay within a short drive of the cruise terminal.

Cruise Ships — A full list and profile of the ships sailing from Bayport.

Frequently Asked Questions — Have a question that doesn’t fit the categories above? Chances are we already have it answered. Visit this page to get more information about cruising from the port, including alcohol policies, baggage rules, and more.