What you’ll see at sea, off West Seattle: Two upcoming ship calls of note

Two ships that Elliott Bay-watchers will see soon:

FIRST CRUISE SHIP ON MONDAY: Though regular weekly cruise-ship departures don’t start until May, the first call of the season will be on Monday (April 15th), when the Celebrity Cruises ship Eclipse stops at Pier 66. It will be on its way to Vancouver, B.C., where it will depart on a 12-night one-way cruise to Hawaii two days later. After that, the next arrivals aren’t scheduled until May 4th. See the full schedule here; the port’s 2019 cruise-season one-sheet is here.

MATSON’S MOVE: We’re following up on all the changes set in motion by last week’s vote approving short-term and long-term leases for West Seattle’s Terminal 5. The former, Matson, will have its first T-5 call on April 26, according to the Northwest Seaport Alliance, whose spokesperson Katie Whittier adds, in response to our inquiry, that “Matson yard equipment will be delivered to T-5 between now and April 22. The gate will open for receiving cargo on April 22.” According to the Matson website, that Hawaii-bound vessel should be the Mahimahi.

3 Replies to "What you'll see at sea, off West Seattle: Two upcoming ship calls of note"

  • Bronson April 11, 2019 (12:25 pm)

    @WSB – did they give you an indication on schedule for the railway crossing changes, or are you guys still waiting to hear back on that? Thanks!

    • WSB April 11, 2019 (12:55 pm)

      The bidding deadline isn’t until 4/24.

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