ICTF Grand Opening
The new near-dock Intermodal Container Transfer Facility officially opened on July 14 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, (l-r) Florida Rep. George Moraitis, Broward Mayor Barbara Sharief, FEC Pres. & CEO Jim Hertwig, Port Everglades Director Steve Cernak and FDOT Asst. Secretary Richard Biter.
Regal Princess
A new princess will arrive at Port Everglades on November 3! The Regal Princess is the newest ship in Princess Cruise’s fleet. The 1,083-foot-long ship can accommodate more than 3,500 guests on Eastern & Western Caribbean cruises.
Port Expansion
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has released its draft report for deepening and widening Port Everglades' navigational channels from 42 feet to 48 feet (the project will include an additional two feet of allowable overdepth for a total of 50 feet), and widen the channel entrance so that today’s lar...more
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 ...more
Keeping Port Everglades Shipshape: This annual community service project transforms recycled petroleum drums into decorative trash/recycling cans used throughout the Port.

Port Everglades

Port Everglades is South 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.


2015 Cruise Guide

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2014 Directory

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