Cruise Terminal Transfer Vehicles
Limo Service for Cruise Passengers leaving from Vancouver
Transfer From YVR Vancouver Airport to Cruise Ship Terminal (Canada Place & Ballantyne Pier)
Flying into Vancouver and need transportation to your cruise ship departing from downtown Vancouver? Just let us know your airline and flight number and we will take care of the rest. We offer a professional “meet and greet” service for YVR Airport pick-ups. We will monitor your flight arrival time and your private chauffeur will be there to greet you the moment you step out of the terminal. Your driver will handle your luggage for you and escort you to the vehicle. Relax all the way to the start of your cruise, enjoying some complimentary refreshments. Trip times usually take approximately 35 minutes, but may be longer during times of heavy traffic.
Transfer From Greater Vancouver to Cruise Ship Terminal (Canada Place & Ballantyne Pier)
If you live in Greater Vancouver and need a ride downtown to one of Port of Vancouver’s two terminals at Canada Place or Ballantyne Pier, start your vacation right and let us escort you there. We can pick you up at your chosen location anywhere in Greater Vancouver at your chosen time. We will pick up and transport group sizes ranging from 1 to 20+ from the surrounding cities including Richmond, Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Langley, Delta, Tsawwassen, Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, or even Abbotsford and Whistler. If you’re unsure of how much time you will need, just give us a call and tell us when you need to arrive at the cruise ship terminal. We will tell you how long it will take to make the trip and suggest the most appropriate time to leave by.
Limo Service from Cruise Terminal to YVR Airport
Your cruise finishes in Vancouver and you need transportation from the cruise terminal at Canada Place or Ballantyne Pier directly to YVR Vancouver International Airport for your flight back home. Avoid the public shuttles and taxis and get affordable, private, luxury service. Your limo driver will arrive prior to your departure off of the cruise ship and will be ready to greet you and load all of your luggage the moment you exit the cruise terminal. From the cruise terminals in downtown Vancouver, it’s about a 35 minute ride to the airport, but may vary depending on traffic. Arriving at the airport, your driver will unload all of your luggage for you and ensure you are well taken care of before you proceed into the airport. Travelling at the end of a vacation can be stressful. Let us help you end your vacation on a positive note.
Limo Service for Cruise Passengers Visiting Vancouver
If you’re on a cruise that docks at the Port of Vancouver for the day, your time is limited, with so much to see and do in Vancouver. KJ Limousine can help maximize your experience of the city by picking you up steps away from the cruise terminal at Canada Place and take you directly where you want to go. Vancouver aerial cruise terminal. Our experienced limo drivers know all parts of the city and can arrange a customized shore excursion or tour that matches your interests and time budget. Enjoy a real experience of what Vancouver has to offer, tailored especially for you, with a private chauffeured limousine service.
Enrich the luxury of your cruise by settling into the comfort of one of our vehicles and enjoying a memorable time in Vancouver. Whether it’s to take in fabulous restaurants, tourist sites, or just tour our fair city and see everything from beach waterfront, pristine mountains and exclusive homes to the heart of downtown—We are ready to make your time in Vancouver special.
Here are just some of the popular locations to see around the city:
At just 15 minutes from the cruise terminal, Granville Island is home to a vibrant community of local artists, excellent food and specialty shops. This is a great place to buy unique handmade gifts by local artists, watch a live performance show in one of the theatres, visit the Granville Island Public Market or take a short water tour on an AquaBus.
Vancouver’s historic Chinatown was established in the early 1900s by Chinese immigrants from China and California who came to find work on the railroads or in the gold mines. Today, Chinatown remains an active community maintaining an abundance of traditional Chinese stores and restaurants.
For people who are looking to shop, Robson Street is Vancouver’s main street for shopping. Here you’ll find luxury brands, world-class shops and big department stores. In addition to great shopping, Robson Street also offers many fabulous places to eat. Shop as much as you want without having to worry about carrying it around with you—your private driver will keep all of your belonging safe in the vehicle.
Stanley Park is a 1000 acre natural rainforest in the heart of Vancouver. See why Vancouver’s locals enjoy the 27km of forest trails, scenic views and the 9km seawall, a leisurely bike trail along the water. Stop at Prospect Point and the Totem Poles for some quick group photos.
This small district of Vancouver is where the city first began. Gastown is named after a “Gassy” Jack Deighton, who first settled in the area by opening a saloon. You’ll see many historic buildings and architecture as well as Vancouver’s world-famous steam-powered clock.