Florida Cruise Ports

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Florida cruise ports list, ports of call, port locations, Florida ports cruise lines – we hope all that info to be of great help! Browse Florida cruise port hotels, transportation (shuttles) and lines information, highlights, most popular things to do before you embark, or after you disembark some of the best party cruise ships leaving out of Florida.

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The map of Florida ports of call also features the Key West Island (13,6 sq km) – 3 piers, over 0,5 million passengers a year. Generally visited on short trips to the Bahamas from all the major Florida shipping ports. All major Florida cruise ports boast perfect beaches, numerous best dining, entertainment and accommodation options, modern terminals, huge parking areas or multi-story garages – with 24-hr controlled security, and able to accommodate RVs and buses.

Florida cruise ports list

Port of Miami lines (Miami home-ported ships) – Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, NCL, Costa, Crystal, Oceania, Windjammer Barefoot. The busiest in the world (over 4 million passengers), mostly 3-4-7-day sailings, also 10-11 day by luxury lines, to all Caribbean, Central America (rarely to South America), and USA East Coast, Transatlantic to Europe, and Panama Canal – with ships repositioning. Highlights, and things to do before the voyage – shopping (Bayside Marketplace), dining and entertainment (the Ocean Drive complex – shops, clubs, restaurants), the Miami Seaquarium, and the trip to Parrot Jungle Island (numerous exotic animals and plants).

Port of Tampa lines – (Tampa home-ported ships) – Carnival, Royal Caribbean, NCL, HAL, Celebrity. Mostly Western Caribbean with Mexico Riviera Maya (always calling on Cozumel), Belize, and Panama, also trips to Jamaica (NCL). The Carnival is the first line from Tampa. Highlights: the Florida Aquarium, the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, the Channelside complex (shopping and entertainment), the historic Ybor City area, the Busch Gardens, Lowry Park Zoo, the “Museum of Science and Industry”. Tampa is one of the fastest growing US cities, now ranking in the “high sufficiency city” category, and by wealth, such major metropolises, like Phoenix (Arizona), and Osaka (Japan).

Port of Ft Lauderdale lines departing from Port Everglades – the 3th bussiest in the world, 11 passenger terminals, over 3 million passengers a year, 2 huge parking areas (from the airports of Ft Lauderdale – 3km, and from Miami – 50km). Highlights: hundreds of miles of natural and artificial canals and waterways (Ft Lauderdale day trips by a riverboat), the John U. Lloyd Beach park, shopping at “Las Olas Boulevard” (premium boutiques), and at the Swap Shop (flea market), the “Museum of Discovery and Science”, the “Bonnet House” estate, the “Butterfly World”.

Port Canaveral lines – Disney, Carnival, Royal, NCL (the 2nd busiest in the world, over 4 million passengers, 6 terminals – 3 North, and 3 South, each with its own parking area), the feature Disney departure port (terminal 8), 3 huge public parks, numerous dining, entertainment, and recreation options, biking, fishing, the Brevard County and the Jetty Park beach area (a wildlife preserve, great nightlife, flight-boat trips, “Kennedy Space Center”, the “Astronaut Hall of Fame”). The port is at 45min drive distance from the Orlando themed parks, and at 7km from the “surfers mecca” – the Cocoa Beach.

Port of Jacksonville /Carnival Lines – the Carnival JAXPORT Terminal is located in North Jacksonville, parking information – price $15 PP per day, $25 for RVs), a feature Carnival Port, home-port of the Fascination ship for regular cheap trips to Bahamas with Key West, Nassau, Freeport, and the line’s Half Moon Cay private island.

Bahamas from the West Palm Beach port – the home-port of the Bahamas Celebration line (1-ship line with year-round sailings to Bahamas). The population of this small town triples with the visitors during the summer season, and among the renown guests are some of the most famous billionaires and business tycoons of the US. Some of the most popular fashion, design and architecture, radio and TV, and music and art icons also visit their seasonal estates in Palm Beach.

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