Port Everglades is expecting several heavy traffic days during the holiday season. Port tenants and users are encouraged to schedule additional travel time and plan accordingly on the following dates:
• Friday, December 21: Seven cruise ships, one ferry • Saturday, December 22: Eight cruise ships, one ferry • Sunday, December 30: Eight cruise ships, one ferry • Friday, January 4: Five cruise ships, one ferry
The Port Everglades Administration offices will be closed Monday, December 24, Tuesday, December 25 and Tuesday, January 1 in observance of the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, respectively. However, the building will be open during regular business hours for tenants. All Port Operations' marine services will be provided at standard levels without interruption on a 24/7 basis.
Fleet Week honors our military including the Navy, Coast Guard and Marines. The USS Kearsarge making her way into Port Everglades.
The USCGC Confidence makes her way into Port Everglades for the 2018 Fleet Week celebration.
Tugs escorts the USS Detroit as she enters Port Everglades for 2018 Fleet Week.
Port Everglades is investing more than $100 million for a complete makeover of Cruise Terminal 25 (right), which will become the future home of Celebrity Cruises' newest and most innovative cruise ship, the Celebrity Edge, starting in December 2018.
The long-awaited Chief’s Report from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers clears the way for the Port to move forward with the next phase of the channel deepening and widening, which is Pre-Construction Engineering and Design.
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 ...
Port Everglades is the home port for Royal Caribbean's newest and largest ship in the world, Harmony of the Seas.
Port Everglades celebrates National Maritime Day with its annual “Keep Port Everglades ShipShape” event. Residents and community groups transform hundreds of recycled petroleum drums into beautiful works of art that serve as trash and recycle bins.
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.