Best Way to Drive to Your Port Canaveral Cruise

If you’re planning to drive to your cruise departing from Port Canaveral, I highly recommend arriving a day early and staying the night at a hotel. There are many area hotels that advertise “Cruise Packages”, but it’s important to know that inclusions, rates and quality of service can vary greatly from one to another. We’ve provided tips to find the best “Cruise Package” that will save you money and time while avoiding the unexpected costs at checkout. Hotel “Cruise Package” offers for your Port Canaveral Cruise: A quick search online…

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Best Way from Orlando Airport to Cruise in Port Canaveral

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is Florida’s busiest and if you’re cruising from Port Canaveral, it’s also your ideal choice. It may surprise many to know that the distance to Port Canaveral from the closest major airport in Orlando is the furthest compared to airports serving all other Florida Cruise Ports. There are many options to get to Port Canaveral, the second busiest cruise port in the world, but, what’s the best way to make the 45-mile journey each way. Why Fly into Orlando (MCO) Just about all major airlines fly…

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Port Canaveral Celebrating Record Breaking Growth

Port Canaveral

Port Canaveral, the popular Central Florida Port and home to Disney Cruise Line, announced record-breaking results from all operations, and new high-water marks for the Port’s major business lines of cruise and cargo. In year-end financials provided to the Canaveral Port Authority Board of Commissioners at its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, Port CEO John Murray and Chief Financial Officer Mike Poole reported that the Port earned $103.75 million in total revenue for Fiscal Year 2018. Port Commission Secretary/Treasurer Tom Weinberg said: More cruise guests than ever launched multi-day vacations…

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20 Cruise Ports You Can Drive To In The United States

U.S. Cruise Ports

With the tremendous increase in popularity of cruising over the past decade, it is now possible to drive to a cruise port from almost anywhere within the United States. Some ports operate seasonally, but many offer year-round departures to warm, cold and exotic destinations. U.S. Cruise Ports Our list includes the most popular cruise ports and some surprise cruise ports you never thought of cruising from. [put_wpgm id=1] Baltimore, Maryland The Port of Baltimore is located minutes away from the city of Baltimore with easy access off I-95. Contact 2001…

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