Cruise Terminal Parking Parking at Port Canaveral's
Cruise Terminals is paved, gated, and under 24-hour surveillance. Parking
fees have just gone up and are based on length of cruise, not a daily rate.
Three day cruises are $60, four day cruises are $75 and seven day cruises
are $120. Visa,
Checks issued in U.S. dollars and cash are accepted. All fees stated above
are subject to change without notice by Canaveral Port Authority.
There are several offsite parking locations which offer free shuttles to and
from the port where parking can be had for about $5.00 per day. Limited
free parking is available in "Daytime Only" parking lots at each Cruise
Terminal for persons having business at the Terminal or aboard the Cruise
Ship only during the hours the ship is docked at the Terminal. No overnight
parking is permitted in "Daytime Only" parking lots without permission from
Canaveral Port Authority.
The parking facility pictured here is at Cruise Terminal 9/10
which serves Royal Caribbean and the Carnival Glory.
Parking for SunCruz Casino Lines SunCruz XII is free and located in The Cove
near the bulkhead next to Rusty's.
Disney Cruise Line parking is adjacent to their terminal, they're now using
their new parking garage. Disney's capacity was expanded due to the addition
of the new Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy.
Port Canaveral is the second busiest cruise port in the world.
Port Canaveral set a new record in fiscal year 2003 by having
4.1 million cruise guests sail from Port Canaveral based cruises.
Port Canaveral offers 3-,4- and 7-day cruises to exotic
destinations in the Bahamas and the Caribbean as well as gaming cruises that
leave the port twice daily.
Port Canaveral offers the greatest variety of cruises from these world-class
cruise lines: Carnival Cruise Lines, Disney Cruise Line, Holland America
Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean
International, Sterling Casino Lines and SunCruz Casinos.
Port Canaveral is home to two of the largest class of super megaships in the
world today, the Carnival Glory and Royal Caribbean International’s “Mariner
of the Seas,” each capable of carrying more than 3,600 cruise guests.
Port Canaveral also is homeport to the two largest gaming ships in the world
today, Sterling Casino’s Ambassador II and Sun Cruz’s Surfside Princess.
Port Canaveral also has become known as a leading Port of Call for ships
coming from the northeastern United States. In 2004, Three regular cruise
ships will stop at Port Canaveral for extended periods for guests to enjoy
all the Central Florida and Space Coast attractions.