Honolulu Cruise Port

Parking at the Honolulu Cruise Port


700 Richards St
Honolulu, HI 96813

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(808) 522-0780
Monday – Friday: $4.00 every 1/2 hour

Flat rate after 4pm: $5.00

Weekends (Saturday & Sunday): $5.00 flat rate (9 AM – 9 PM)


847 Bethel St
Honolulu, HI 96813

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(808) 522-1240
Monday – Friday: $3.00 for the first 2 hours, $1.50 every 1/2 hour thereafter

Every day after 5pm: $0.50 every 1/2 hour, $3.00 maximum
Weekends (Saturday & Sunday): $0.50 every 1/2 hour, $3.00 maximum

Directions to the
Honolulu Cruise Port

Pier 2 Cruise Terminal
521 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96813

Honolulu Cruise Port Overview

Honolulu is on  the island of Oahu which also includes the the Naval Base of Pearl Harbor and Wakiki Beach, one of the best beaches in the world. Honolulu is also Hawaii's largest city with a population nearing 1 million.

Cruise Lines

NCL America cruises the Hawaiian islands year-round. Other lines such as Royal Caribbean Cruises, Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America Line and Celebrity Cruises use the Honolulu Cruise Port seasonally.



The Honolulu Cruise Port is served by a reliable public bus. Taxis are also allowed access to the terminals where friends and family members can bid a farewell to their loved ones or come to greet them as they arrive from a cruise.

A trolley service known as the Wakiki Trolley is also available to take tourists to and from the major island attractions. If public transportation is not your style then you can rent a car from one of the many rental agencies near the Honolulu Cruise Port.

More Information


The Honolulu Cruise Port is located a short drive from the Honolulu International Airport.  If you do not wish to drag around heavy luggage as you tour the sites, there are luggage storage facilities at the Honolulu Cruise Port where you can leave behind heavy loads for a small fee.

Dining and More

There are also a lot of hotels and restaurants where you can enjoy local cuisine, spectacular views and mingle with the friendly hosts. Some favorites include the Colony Surf Hotel, Michele’s, the House Without a Key and Banyon Bar at the Moana Hotel. Honolulu has a robust night life.