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A common mistake, Port Everglades is not actually part of the wetland ecosystem known as the Florida Everglades, we are located on the southeastern coast of the Florida peninsula within the three cities of Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and Dania Beach, as well as unincorporated Broward County.

The Port is conveniently situated near the Atlantic Ocean shipping lanes, the Florida East Coast railway, Florida's highway system, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and the beautiful beaches of Greater Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood.

Port Everglades serves all of South Florida and is in close proximity to Miami (23 miles south), West Palm Beach (48 miles north) and Orlando (215 miles north).

The Broward County Port Everglades Department is located at 1850 Eller Drive in Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316.
 

The sea buoy for Port Everglades is located at:
26° 05.5’ North Latitude
80°04.8’ West Longitude

Directions

There are three entrances into Port Everglades.  The 17th Street Causeway entrance which is located at Eisenhower Boulevard, State Road 84 entrance located just off of US 1 and the I-595 East entrance.  Proper Identification such as Driver's License or Passport is required and your vehicle may be subject to search.


When travelling on I-95 south, take Exit #26 to I-595 East. Exit 12b, to Port Everglades.


When travelling on I-95 north, take Exit #24 to I-595 East. Exit 12b, to Port Everglades.


When travelling on I-75 north or south, take Exit #19 to I-595 East. Exit 12b, to Port Everglades.


When travelling on the Florida Turnpike north or south, take Exit #54 to I-595 East. Exit 12b, to Port Everglades.


If you are already in Ft. Lauderdale, the 17th Street Causeway or State Road 84 entrances may be more convenient to use.  Signage inside Port Everglades will direct you to parking garages and terminals.


Directions to the Port Everglades Administration Building


From SE 17th Street enter on Eisenhower Blvd.  by the Convention Center and continue south on Eisenhower.  The road changes into SE 32nd Street for a short distance east  and then turns south again onto SE 19th Street. Make a right (west)  at the light on corner of  SE 19th Street and Eller Drive (just past the BSO Public Safety Building).  The Port Administration Building will be on the left, 1850 Eller Drive.  It is a six-story glass building with red trim.


From S.R. 84/Spangler Blvd. travel east to Eisenhower Blvd. and make a right turn (south). The road changes into SE 32nd Street for a short distance east  and then turns south again onto SE 19th Street. Make a right (west)  at the light on corner of  SE 19th Street and Eller Drive (just past the BSO Public Safety Building).  The Port Administration Building will be on the left, 1850 Eller Drive.  It is a six-story glass building with red trim.


From I-595 travel east directly into the Port.  The Port Administration Building will be on the right just past the security gate, 1850 Eller Drive.  It is a six-story glass building with red trim.

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