Portland Maine Cruise Ship Passenger Information on Tours
We love cruise ship passengers here at Portland Fire Engine Co. Tours!
It is only about a 10 minute walk from where you will disembark your cruise ship to where we begin and end our tours. It is a beautiful flat walk along our amazing waterfront.
Cruise ship passengers should be aware that there are two locations where ships dock in Portland Maine. One is the Portland Ocean Terminal, located at the Maine State Pier, where the ferrys dock. The other location is the Ocean Gateway Terminal, located near the Visitors Center.
It can be a little confusing to distinguish between the two different terminals so please ask someone as you disembark to tell you which one you are at. Tours begin and at 180 Commercial St. which is the center of town in Portland Maine and only a 10 minute walk.
You can book your tour tickets online.
Our Portland Maine tours are perfect for cruise ship passengers who want to see the most of Portland Maine in a short amount of time. All of our tours are narrated by our talented and very knowledgeable Portland Maine tour guides. We do have a limited capacity on our Vintage Fire Truck tours so make sure that you book your tour early enough in advance because we do sell out quickly. We also make sure that all cruise ship passengers who take our tours will make it back to their cruise ship at the end of the day. Please make sure you let our tour guide know in advance that you are a cruise ship passenger. Our fire engine is covered and it’s only 4 easy steps to get onto the truck. Please visit the home page to see a quick video of how to get on and off the truck safely.
If you booked your tour tickets with us online you just need to meet the Fire Engine at our boarding spot at 180 Commercial St.
It is a beautiful 5-10 minute walk down the waterfront from the Portland Ocean Terminal and a 10-15 minute walk from the Ocean Gateway Terminal. We pull in at 180 Commercial St. It is easy to find us just look for the blue wave fence and we will pull in directly in front here at this tour bus loading zone. Sometimes traffic can hold us up for a few minutes so please be patient.