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Port Canaveral Cruise Terminals

The six Port Canaveral cruise terminals serve millons of happy travelers annually. The facilities are modern, comfortable and extremely well-designed.

Cruise Terminal 9/10 is Port Canaveral's second modern terminal built to accommodate more than 3,500 passengers. It is one building designed to handle two medium ships or one mega ship. The three-tiered passenger loading tower includes an elevator and four escalators and features a hydraulic gangway system adjustable to the various heights of almost all of today's cruise ships.

The $27 million Disney Cruise Lines terminal at Port Canaveral was built to Disney's exacting specifications. It has a 90-foot high glass tower and a huge 13,000 square-foot terrazzo map of Florida and the Bahamas on the floor of the terminal.

The Disney terminal's features include a cafe, play area and murals showing the Disney Cruise Line experience. Cruise Terminal 8 is the home of the Disney ships.

How far is Orlando from Port Canaveral? Orlando is 54 miles from Port Canaveral. You'll travel on the Beachline Expressway (FL-528), which is a toll-road. How far is Disney World from Port Canaveral?

Port Canaveral Cruise Parking

Port Canaveral Cruise Terminal parking is gated and has 24-hour security. Parking is located at each terminal and there are plenty of signs to direct you. Passengers at Cruise Terminal 9/10 can park outside or in the parking garage. Here are complete driving directions to Port Canaveral. You can prepay online for parking.

Rather than drive yourself, we suggest using transportation from the Orlando Airport to Port Canaveral cruise terminals.

Consider staying at a park and cruise hotel near Port Canaveral. You can leave your car at the hotel during your cruise.

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