I travelled to Seattle with my family for this Alaska cruise. My daughter is in a wheelchair so we had booked an accessible cabin.
Our taxi driver was waiting for us at the airport and it took about 30 minutes to reach the cruise terminal.
Embarkation was smooth and problem-free. Our cabin, an accessible oceanview on Deck 3, was spacious and comfortable.
The cabin, which was an adapted/accessible one, was very spacious, comfortable and in a great position, with easy access to all areas of the ship. Our stateroom attendant was very good.
Cruise terminal was well-organised and, although very busy, we had no problems. The terminal is some way out of the downtown area of Seattle.
The ship docked right in the centre of Juneau, so all we had to do was walk up a ramp and we were there in the downtown area, with plenty of shops and souvenir stores and also a cable car which takes you up the mountain for a great view.
The ship docks close to the small town main street - just a 10-minute walk along the pier. The White Pass Mountain Railway station is close by.
The cruise port is just out of the centre of the city and you can either take a shuttle or do the 20 to 30-minute walk into the downtown area.