Tides & Currents
U.S. Navy guided missile destroyer, USS Farragut, makes her way through the Port Everglades entrance channel.
U.S. Navy guided missile destroyer USS Farragut makes her way into Port Everglades to kick-off Fleet Week 2019, April 28 - May 6, which honors our military including the U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Marines.
U.S. Navy guided missile cruiser USS Hue City enters Port Everglades for Fleet Week 2019.
U.S. Navy guided missile cruiser USS Hue City is one of six military vessels participating in Fleet Week 2019, April 29-May6.
The amphibious assault ship USS New York returns again to celebrate Fleet Week in Broward County.
The amphibious assault ship USS New York returns again this year to celebrate Fleet Week 2019, April 29-May 6.
The Sky Princess will be homeported at Port Everglades for the 2019-2020 cruise season.
Sky Princess, the newest ship in Princess Cruises’ Royal Class fleet, will begin sailing from Port Everglades during the 2019-2020 cruise season.
Construction is underway on the Southport Turning Notch Extension, which lengthens the Notch to 2,400 feet.
Construction is underway on the Southport Turning Notch Extension, the $437.5 million berth expansion, the largest infrastructure project in the Port’s history, will allow for up to five new cargo berths by lengthening the existing Southport Turning Notch from 900 feet to 2,400 feet.
Celebrity Edge is docked at Port Everglades' completely renovated Cruise Terminal 25.
Port Everglades is investing more than $100 million for a complete makeover of Cruise Terminal 25, which is home to Celebrity Cruises' newest and most innovative cruise ship, the Celebrity Edge.
Petroleum
The Ellie Lady is the largest oil tanker to ever dock at Port Everglades. The more than 8.2 million gallons of jet fuel offloaded will supply Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Miami International Airport, Palm Beach International Airport and Southwest Florida International Airport in ...

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Port Everglades is Florida’s “powerhouse port” and one of the most diverse seaports in the United States. Located on the southeast coast of the Florida peninsula, Port Everglades is one of the top three cruise ports in the world, is among the most active containerized cargo ports in the United States and South Florida’s main seaport for petroleum products such as gasoline and jet fuel.

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