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by bjj4me

Probably the easiest port I've personally been thru I've been 3 times and have a 4th cruise booked on the Pride out of Baltimore and look forward to many more

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by boudreaufamily

We drove 5 hours to this port, and arrived later than expected. We stayed the night before cruise at best western on o'donnell st.. it was nice than expected and the onsite restaurant was very good and convenient. Our car was safely parked during our cruise. We purchased faster to the fun, and our time from start to finish on embarking was less than 15 minutes. The staff were very friendly and accommodating (crabby toddlers).

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by jimandkristy

Very easy port to get into and out of, right off I95. Easy access from the parking lot. Found most of the staff to be friendly and helpful. Zero complaints.

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by furbabymom3

Going out of Baltimore is smooth, they move guests through without much difficulty. Not overcrowded, as only a couple of ships can leave out of there due to bridge height. Second time out of this port, would do it again. Thanks Carnival 🚢⚓

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by TravelBug14

You MUST try the crab cakes at G & M Seafood!!! They are the most delicious crab cakes I've ever had. The portion was so large that I had enough left for lunch the next day.

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by dwaynerefford

Easy port to get in and out from. No issues with parking. Make sure you get there at least 3 to 4 hours before your ship leaves so you can get through check in

by Deniseg

This was our 1st time leaving from Baltimore and we liked it. We got there early, about noon. We were on the ship about 90 minutes after arrival. We did self assist to get off. This was also a 1st for us. We usually travel in a large group and can't do self assist. We got off the ship really soon after they started leaving people off.

Visited: Mar 13, 2016

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by lwbwelton454

Skip wearing yourself out going to the Smithsonian museums. Go to the Inner Harbor and have fun instead. Have your camera ready when the ship sets sail, it squeezes under 2 bridges and you'll want to experience it.

Visited: Aug 30, 2018

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