Port Everglades

2020 Cruise GuideCruising from Port Everglades? It's easy, breezy. Located in Greater Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, Port Everglades has more homeported cruise ships than any port worldwide. Click here for your 2020 Cruise Guide.

Cruise Checklist

  • Parking is $15 daily
  • Secured parking in two parking garages
  • 8 spacious, air-conditioned terminals
  • Covered walkways
  • Free Wi-Fi in all cruise terminals
  • Conveniently located next to Fort Lauderale-Hollywood International (FLL)
  • Taxis, vans and shuttle buses available
  • I-595 goes directly into Port Everglades
  • Cruise tickets and photo ID (driver's license or passport) need to be handy when arriving to the Port 
  • Vehicle to ship porter service for baggage
  • No weapons permitted
  • Check with cruise line for lost luggage or other items
  • Waiting in cell phone lot encouraged for pick up of passengers

Fun Facts for 2022

  • Approximately 4 million passengers are expected
  • 7 cruise lines - Celebrity Cruises, Cunard Line, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean International, Silversea Cruises, Viking Ocean Cruises
  • 39 cruise ships
  • 1 ferry - Balearia Caribbean to Bimini and Grand Bahama
  • Set a world record on December 1, 2019, with a total of 55,964 guests passing through the Port in a single day. The previous record was set on March 13, 2016, with 55,885 passengers -- also at Port Everglades.
  • "2016 Best Domestic Port" by Porthole Cruise Magazine
  • "2016 Best Turnaround Homeport" by Cruise Insight
  • "2016 Favorite U.S. Embarkation Port" by CruiseChat Birdie Awards

Coming in 2023

  • The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection sailings on the Evrima
  • Disney Cruise Lines sailings from a renovated Terminal 4
  • Azamara sailings on the Onward