Port Everglades: All About the PortPort Everglades has been sending cruise ship passengers out in style since 1928. Home to the largest cruise ships in the world, this first-class seaport offers some of the best service and destination in the world. Check it out!
The third busiest port in the world!
Port Everglades Info & Walkthrough
Port Everglades is the third busiest cruise port worldwide and a gateway for international trade and cruise vacations. Port Everglades is a man-made port, part of Lake Mabel, which began construction in 1913 and was finally opened for large scale ships in 1928. A recent expansion of Port Everglades was finished in 2010. Port Everglades owns a number of world records including most cruise ships hosted in one day with 15 in 2003, most guests passing through the gates on a single day with 53,500 in 2011. Port Everglades also offers the most cruise lines, sailings and itineraries than any other port in the world.
Major cruise lines currently operating out of Port Everglades are Carnival Cruise Lines with the cruise ship Carnival Conquest, Celebrity Cruises with the ships Celebrity Constellation, Celebrity Equinox and Celebrity Silhouette, Holland America Line is the ships Eurodam, Nieuw Amsterdam, Veendam, Westerdam and Zuiderdam, Princess Cruises with Royal Princess, Ruby Princess and Regal Princess, and Royal Caribbean International with Allure of the Seas, Independence of the Seas and the world's largest passenger ship, Oasis of the Seas.
Port Everglades Gate Information
- With a cute beach right around the corner, Port Everglades (Hollywood, FL, United States) is a famous and beautiful port.
- Port Everglades consists of ten cruise terminals. The port is divided into three sections with cruise ships running out Northport and Midport.
- Northport is the farthest section north. The terminals all enter from Eisenhower Blvd. Parking is found right outside of the terminals.
- Terminals 1, 2, 4 and 6 are all part of Northport with Terminal 1 as the farthest north with Terminal 2 directly south of it. Terminal 4 is located to the southwest of Terminal 2. Terminal 6 has its own pier, south of Terminal 4.
- Midport is the section directly south of Northport and can be accessed from either Eller Dr. or Eisenhower Blvd.
- Terminal18 is the closest port to Northport. It is located at the corner of S.E. 32nd St. and S.E. 19th Ave.
- Terminal 19 is southeast of Terminal 18 and is located off of S.E. 19th Ave. The Midport Parking Garage is just east of Terminal 19.
- Terminals 21, 22/24 and 25 all share a peninsula to the east of Terminal 19 at the end of S.E. 10th Ave. Terminals 26 and 27 are also on S.E. 10th Ave., but are further south along the coast.
- Terminal 29 is the most southern terminal in Midport and is located at the end of S.E. 36th St.
For schedules, cruise and terminal information make sure to go to the Port Everglades official website. Also, remember to book your parking lot space with Instapark, the smartest, cheapest and safest option.
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