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Anyone in the Seattle area? looking for info.

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SO I am departing from Seattle on a cruise at the end of June and would like some feedback on transportation. Flying into SEA-TAC and staying at Cedarbrook lodge near the airport. What's the best way to get to the port? 6 years ago, I rented a car at the airport, shuttled the 10 of us to the port then left the car at the rental place a few blocks inland and walked back down. That was a lot of hassle. Looking for suggestions (or maybe even a volunteer with a van) on how to get 10 people from the lodge to the port and 5 people from the port back to the airport the following Sunday (half our party is splitting off for other adventures). THoughts?

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Uber or Lyft maybe? Sounds like a van would be best for that many people

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Light Rail now connects SeaTac with Downtown. (https://m.soundtransit.org/sites/default/files/schedules/link-light-rail-southbound.pdf) The Westlake stop is the closest if your cruise ship is at Pier 66. If your ship is at Pier 91/Smith Cove, thats too far to walk. I wouldnt want to do Westlake with more than a bag but it would at least be a shorter/cheaper taxi/Uber/Lyft ride. I think TownDawgR50 is right that the later is probably your best option. It used to cost mid $30s from the Airport to Waterfront when I lived a couple blocks from there a decade ago. 10 yrs since but now theres Competition from Uber/Lyft plus you can often get an SUV, 2 of those would carry the group & their luggage. It used to be the Cruise lines ran buses between the waterfront & SeaTac but that may have changed.

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