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?