The World’s Most Popular Cruise Port
[PhotoCredit: Craig Bailey FL Today] Port Canaveral is truly a unique place of departure and is Florida’s fastest growing cruise port. Located just 45 miles east of Orlando, visitors can have the ultimate Florida vacation by combining the Orlando theme parks and Space Coast attractions such as Kennedy Space Center with a cruise from Port Canaveral for one trip, two vacations and twice the fun! Millions of visitors have discovered how easy and pleasant it is to cruise from Orlando’s Fun Port. Our uncongested highways feature digital signage along State Road 528 and -95. From our convenient airports-- Orlando International, Orlando Sanford and Melbourne International-- arriving at Port Canaveral is simple, easy and stress free.
Our cruise terminals are new, innovative and ultra modern, designed to enhance your overall cruise experience from the moment you enter our terminals until you board your luxury cruise ship. Enjoy a cruise to the Bahamas, Eastern, Western and Southern Caribbean and other tropical destinations or even a half-day gaming cruise. Carnival Cruise Line, Disney Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International offer a variety of cruises from 3 to 14-day cruises. You also can sail twice daily on five-hour junkets to nowhere on Victory Casino Cruises.
Port Canaveral has more recreational facilities than all other Florida Ports combined, including our new Exploration Tower and Cove harbor-side dining and retail area. You also can enjoy Port Canaveral’s Jetty Park, which is a 5-acre ocean front beach complete with campground, fishing pier, boat ramps, picnic areas and new refreshment and food concession pavilion. Two other Parks also are located at the Port-- Freddie Patrick and Ports End--which are complete with boat ramps, picnic facilities and viewing areas for manatees and wildlife native to central Florida.
Already the world’s most popular cruise ports with some of the newest and most innovated cruise ships please plan to visit Port Canaveral soon and enjoy the future of cruising now.
*Transfers to Cocoa Beach hotels: SUV - add $10.00; Van - add $15.00; bus - add $35.00
*Prices are ONE WAY & per family/group (NOT per person!).
*Our shuttles are PRIVATE (NOT shared!)
*Prices do NOT include standard 20% gratuity.
*A car/booster seat is available FREE of charge (upon request).
It is a complimentary service. By Florida law you do not have to use a car seat in a chauffeur driven taxi.
*Contact us to request our rates for groups of 28 & up.
*No extra luggage fees! No fuel charges! Taxes and toll payments are already included!
To contact a cruise line for lost luggage or other information, please use these numbers:
Carnival Cruise Line 800-929-6400
Disney Cruise Line 407-566-3734
Royal Caribbean 800-327-6700
Norwegian Cruise lines 866-625-1164
TAXI TRANSPORTATION inc. ORLANDO, FL. +1(407) 450-9152
Port Canaveral Transportation: Taxis, Shuttle, Limo, Yellow Cab, Luxury Car Service.
It’s Time to Come to Port Canaveral
Today, Port Canaveral is ranked as the world’s 2nd busiest cruise port in multi-day embarkations. We’ve been in the top for years, but this isn’t yesterday’s Port Canaveral and now we’re aiming higher. Tomorrow’s Port Canaveral – a product of vision, tremendous effort and many man-hours – already is an in-demand port-of-call, a popular vacation destination in its own.
We invite you to be front and center and join us as we welcome the world to cruising’s
future and to its number one port of innovation.. Bring us your best; you’ll fine we’re ready to provide the perfect home.
The right facility, the right ship, the right match.
Today, we have a homeported fleet that typically sails above 100 percent capacity, both because our predominantly family market typically results in more passengers per stateroom and because we know how to respond to our market’s needs and wants with:
A relaxed beachside atmosphere
No-stress arrivals and departures
Beautiful modern facilities
A range of vacation options
A cruise-focused staff to support your operations
On Track for World Leadership
As the 2nd busiest multi-day cruise embarkation port in the world, naturally our sights are set on the number one spot. But we have more than dreams; we have factual reasons to feel confident of reaching this goal.
According to cruise consultants Bermello Ajamil & Partners, industry growth based on the ships now under construction will create a need for 10 additional terminals in Florida, and Port Canaveral is the only port with a real opportunity to service that demand. We have the necessary deep water channel, convenient access to drive-in and fly-in markets and, most of all, we are the only established cruise port in Florida with space for significant expansion.
In addition to having the space for growth, we have the financial strength to invest in our future. This is a Port with a strong, stable balance sheet that is not reliant upon government funding.
We already are building our next new terminal 1, with construction scheduled for completion in November, 2014. One day soon, our Port will rank number one in cruise passenger volume!
“Build It And They Will Come”
Timing is critical; the opportunity is great. We are right on course, building and planning new facilities to attract ships and visitors. In addition to preparing a cruise master plan and building new terminals, we are in the process of turning our waterfront Cove dining and retail area into an expanded, active visitor destination with a broad array of attractions for homeport and port-of-call passengers.
Recent/current developments include:
$105 Million New Cruise Terminal One
$48 Million Renovation - Cruise Terminal Five
$35 Million Renovation - Cruise Terminal Ten
$2 Million Renovation - Cruise Terminal Eight
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A Proven Market - Port Canaveral/Orlando
Closest port to Orlando and Central Florida theme parks and attractions.
Major tourist draw: Consistently ranked among America’s most popular vacation destinations, Orlando welcomed a record 66 million domestic and international visitors in 2015.
Tourism industry growth: With an estimated $5 billion in capital investment improvements and additions across Orlando’s tourism industry.
Orlando growing at three times the national average was named #1 in the Top 10 Job Growth Cities by Forbes.
Orlando International Airport is Florida's largest largest domestic airport.
Join the Future
A ports success is measured by its ability to attract ships and new in 2016 we will have three of the World's largest and most innovative cruise ships sailing from Port Canaveral, the Carnival Magic, the Norwegian Epic, and Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas. These along with the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy and the rest of our existing fleet continue to prove that the cruise market is here and growing.