Breathtaking Cruises

Port Canaveral Cruises

Florida is a southeastern state of the US that boasts of beautiful beach resorts and places of sheer pleasure for locals and tourists alike. Located in central Florida, Port Canaveral is one place you should know whether you are a long-time cruise lover or a newbie adventurer. Why not? This port is so huge, that it has 6 terminals serving about 4 million passengers a year. That’s a lot of people! This is the reason why port Canaveral is considered one of the busiest ports in the world and Port Canaveral Cruises are one of the greatest adventurers you’ll ever have!

What to enjoy while in Port Canaveral

If you take Port Canaveral Cruises and you get a chance to spend some time to wander around, then you’ll never get disappointed in things to see and do, and places to visit. Port Canaveral’s new terminals alone (terminals 5, 8 and 10 on the north side) will serve your embarkation and parking conveniences. Inside these huge terminals, there’d be lush greeneries, waterfalls, glass mega-structures and attractive murals that will be sights to see!

Exploring the place while on Port Canaveral Cruises will take you to the Cove where cozy restaurants will serve anything from finger foods to full-course menus. Of course, these will be places where seafood comes to your dining table after just being harvested from the sea! And you get to enjoy your meals while watching huge ships come and go. They also have a floating casino and numerous bars that get busier as the sun goes down. This bustling place also has 3 parks, tens of acres wide, with lots of facilities for camping, biking, strolling and even picnics! Don’t forget to visit Kennedy Space Center to see true-to-life rocket ships!

Cruise lines which Port Canaveral serves

Six big terminals were not built for nothing. Yes, Port Canaveral Cruises mean large vessels accommodating thousands of passengers will be embarking and disembarking the entire time. Carnival Cruises, Disney Cruise Line and the Royal Caribbean International homeport here. Norwegian Cruise Lines frequent this port with regular scheduled visits, too.

Carnival’s ships, Sensation and Dream, offer 3-day cruises to the Bahamas and 7-day cruises to the Caribbean respectively. These may visit Nassau, Freeport, Grand Turk, Cozumel, Isla Roatan, Belize and Costa Maya.

Set sail with Mickey Mouse and friends aboard Disney cruise lines that will take you to the Bahamas, the Caribbean and Disney’s exclusive destination, the Castaway Cay. Disney’s ships, Wonder and Magic will take you to any of these ports of call: St. Maarten, St. Thomas/St. John, Castaway Cay, Key West, Grand Cayman and Cozumel for 3-7 nights.

Experience service fit for majesty with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. Monarch of the Seas and Freedom of the Seas are stately ships that will take you to the Bahamas, Caribbean, and their private resort, Coco cay on 3-7 day cruises. These ships have numerous facilities for everyone’s fancy and party, and will visit these ports of call: CocoCay, Nassau, Charlotte Amalie, Labadee, Ocho Rios, George Town, Cozumel and Phillipsburg.

With these choices of ships to hop on, and things to explore aboard and ashore, Port Canaveral Cruises will make it all worth it!