We, a family of 4, disembarked Friday from our cruise at Pier 91 and grabbed a taxi to the Bolt Bus terminal at the train station. We boarded the Bolt Bus at 1000 and departed exactly on time at 1015. At the border, we bypassed a line of cars and parked behind a Greyhound bus for about 5 minutes. When the Greyhound bus pulled out, our bus pulled in, and we all got off the bus, retreived our luggage, and proceeded through C&I. We were allowed to use the restrooms after passing through C&I. We then reboarded the bus and arrived 15 minutes early at the train/Bolt Bus station in Vancouver at 1330.
The return departed from the Vancouver train station at 1330 on Sunday. As we neared the border, a sign noted that the wait time was about 60 minutes, but our bus once again bypassed the long line of cars and pulled right into the bus area of C&I. We followed the same procedure, except that there were no restrooms to use. The bus arrived in Seattle early again, at 1645.
Total cost for 4 people round trip was less than $100. I highly recommend the Bolt Bus for transportation from Seattle to Vancouver. The bus was clean, comfortable, relaxing, and efficient.