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Facilities & Terminals

For reference purposes, Port Everglades is divided into three sections: Northport (north end), Midport (mid-section) and Southport (south end). All of the Port's cruise terminals and parking garages are located in Northport (Cruise Terminals 1, 2 and 4) and Midport (Cruise Terminals 18, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, and 29).

Northport Cruise Terminals

Terminal 1

Description: Dual purpose facility handling both cruise and cargo operations.
Cruise terminal: 4,672 square feet / 434 square meters
Baggage handling: 24,780 square feet / 2,302 square meters
Transit cargo warehouse: 41,220 square feet / 3,829 square meters
Built: 1958 as Terminal #43
Renovations: '82 & '92- renovated passenger holding room; '94- new firewall; '96- paint; '98- $650,000 upgrade included a new roof, air-conditioning for the baggage handling area, a colorful exterior canopy for passenger protection in inclement weather and improved handicapped access.
Primary user(s): Balearia Bahamas Express
Facilities: Passenger seating, fully air-conditioned, two sets of restrooms, one elevator, escalator, disabled access, vending machines, baggage handling, one hydraulically-powered covered passenger loading bridge, covered walkway for bus drop-off.
Parking: Northport Parking Garage

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Terminal 2

Description: Dual purpose facility handling both cruise and cargo operations
Cruise terminal: 19,172 square feet / 1,781 square meters
Baggage handling: 50,000 square feet / 2,323 square meters
Transit cargo warehouse: 30,600 square feet / 2,843 square meters
Built: 1958 as Terminal #42
Renovations: '83- added second floor passenger area; '89- upgraded flooring; '94- added new firewall; '95- the terminal underwent a major $2.8 million expansion and upgrade. Its renovations set the standard for several other terminal upgrades with the baggage claim area air-conditioned and completely redesigned to absorb passenger check-in activities. This allows the former check-in area to be used for a larger comfortable seating area while passengers wait to board ships. The terminal also has an additional set of restrooms, another set of stairway and escalators and a second passenger loading bridge for smoother embarking and disembarking; '97 / '98- 4,000 sq. ft. (372 sq. m.) of office space for Princess Cruises underwent an $280,000 interior design project; 2005 - doubling of the baggage hall from 25,000 square feet to 50,000 square feet.
Primary user(s): Princess Cruises
Facilities: Covered passenger drop-off, passenger seating, two sets of restrooms, mezzanine, one elevator, two escalators, vending machines, baggage handling, two passenger loading bridges, fully air-conditioned, disabled access.
Parking: Northport Parking Garage
Comments: In 1997, artist Toby Archer's unique collage of neon and fiber optics created a new modern terminal decor through Broward County's Art in Public Places program.
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Terminal 4

Description: Dual purpose facility handling both cargo and cruise operations.
Cruise terminal: 12,134 square feet / 1,127 square meters
Baggage handling: 25,350 square feet / 2,355 square meters
Transit cargo warehouse: 56,640 square feet / 5,262 square meters
Built: 1987
Renovations: '94- new firewall; '95- added passenger covering canopy, new seawall; '96- completely painted.
Primary user(s): MSC Cruises
Facilities: Covered passenger drop-off, passenger seating, two sets of restrooms, mezzanine, one elevator, escalator, vending machines, baggage handling, one passenger loading bridge, A/C in passenger terminal only, disabled access.
Parking: Northport Parking Garage


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Terminal 18 

Description: Cruise Terminal 18 opened in November 2009 in time for the arrival of Royal Caribbean International's 5,400-passenger Oasis-class ships, which are the largest cruise ships in the world.  Cruise Terminal 18 was expanded from 67,500 square feet to a total of 240,000 square feet, making it the largest cruise terminal in the world built to serve a single ship.
Cruise terminal: 138,000 square feet
Baggage handling: 102,000 square feet Renovations:  $75 million expansion and renovation to accommodate Royal Caribbean International's new Oasis-class ships completed in November 2009.
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Primary user(s): Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises
Facilities: Separate buildings for embark and debark, passenger seating for 3,000,  children's play area, artwork in the floor of the arrival area,  vending machines, two passenger loading bridges, fully air-conditioned, disabled access.
Parking: Surface parking for 600 cars, adjacent surface parking Lot 19 for 400 cars




Terminal 18 with Oasis

 

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Terminal 19

Description: Dual purpose facility handling both cargo and cruise operations.
Cruise terminal: 16,577 square feet / 1,540 square meters
Baggage handling: 30,970 square feet / 2,877 square meters
Transit cargo warehouse: 35,500 square feet / 3,298 square meters
Built: 1966
Renovations: '87- renovated passenger holding room, flooring, A/C, added passenger pick-up & drop-off canopy; '94- new roof; '96- overall upgrade, paint. '97- $2 million general upgrade with new firewall, flooring, new exterior entranceway canopy, new restrooms and stairway, new automatic entry/exit doors, check-in relocated to newly air-conditioned baggage claim area and old location tuned into enhanced passenger waiting area.
Primary user(s): Carnival Cruise Line
Facilities: Covered passenger drop-off, passenger seating, three sets of restrooms, mezzanine, one elevator, escalator, vending machines, baggage handling, one passenger loading bridge, fully air-conditioned, handicapped access.
Parking: Midport Parking Garage
Comments: Through Broward County's Art in Public Places program, artist Mimi Botcheller has created several large 4'x 6' Caribbean-themed murals for one of the walls, adding to the terminal's overall cruise ambiance.
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Terminal 21

Description: Cruise terminal.
Cruise terminal: 12,772 square feet / 1,187 square meters
Baggage handling: 11,775 square feet / 1,094 square meters
Built: 1967
Renovations: '81- added escalator & covered passenger loading bridge, renovated passenger holding room; '89- new ceiling, A/C, renovated restrooms; '92- expanded frontage, new hydraulically-powered, covered passenger loading bridge; '96- new flooring, new roof; 2000- $9 million project added a 33,000 square foot (3,066 sq. m.) elevated terminal attached to the existing facility for a large baggage handling area to handle mega-cruise ships.
Primary user(s): Carnival Cruise Line and Costa Cruises
Facilities: Covered passenger drop-off, passenger seating, three sets of restrooms, mezzanine, two elevators, one escalator, vending machines, baggage handling, two passenger loading bridge, fully air-conditioned, disabled access.
Parking: Midport Parking Garage
Comments: Artist Ralph Helmick and associate artist Stuart Schecter designed and fabricated a giant three-dimensional pointillist ship sculpture for the lobby of Terminal 21. Measuring approximately 32 feet high, 16 feet wide and 32 feet long, the sculpture dominates the south end of the expanded cruise ship terminal. 'Fata Morgana', the sculpture's title means an optical illusion of water, also known as mirage. The image of a mid-twentieth century ocean liner and its reflection on the sea is created by more than 25,000 small cast pewter elements hung on nearly 1,700 fine cables with incredible precision to an overhead suspension grid.




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Terminal 22

Description: Cruise terminal.
Cruise terminal: 7,317 square feet / 680 square meters
Baggage handling: 14,389 square feet / 1,337 square meters
Built: 1968
Renovations: '74- Terminal #22 adjoined to Terminal #24 sharing a large central area and frontage; '91- expanded frontage; '96- new roof; '97- painting, general renovation.
Primary user(s): as assigned
Facilities: Covered passenger drop-off, passenger seating, one set of restrooms, one elevator, one escalator, baggage handling, fully air-conditioned, handicapped access. Large central baggage area is shared with Terminal #24.
Parking: Midport Parking Garage
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Terminal 24

Description: Cruise terminal.
Cruise terminal: 9,441 square feet / 877 square meters
Baggage handling: 12,332 square feet / 1,146 square meters
Primary user(s): as assigned
Built: 1968
Renovations: '74- Terminal #24 adjoined to Terminal #22 sharing a large central area and frontage; '91- expanded frontage; '96- new roof; '97- painting, general renovation, escalator enhancement.
Facilities: Covered passenger drop-off, passenger seating, one set of restrooms, one elevator, one escalator, vending machines, baggage handling, fully air-conditioned, one hydraulically-powered, covered passenger loading bridge, disabled access. Large central baggage area is shared with Terminal #22.
Parking: Midport Parking Garage
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Terminal 25

Description: Cruise terminal
Cruise terminal: 13,448 square feet / 1,249 square meters
Baggage handling: 18,733 square feet / 1,740 square meters
Built: 1992
Renovations: '93- A/C added to baggage claim area; '94- new passenger covering canopy; '95- new flooring. '99- A major expansion of this cruise terminal, completed in spring '99, added another 15,000 sq. ft. resulting in an approximate total 25,000 sq. ft. for baggage handling operations and an approximate total of 23,000 sq. ft. for the passenger area. The $2 million project included a second escalator, another set of restrooms, full air conditioning and a new overhead canopy for the passenger drop-off/pick-up area. The expanded terminal offers flexible passenger processing operations for the new class of mega-cruise ships and included repositioning of the terminal's passenger loading bridge to match loading doors on ships over 900 feet long.
Primary user(s): Royal Caribbean International
Facilities: Covered passenger drop-off, passenger seating, three sets of restrooms, mezzanine, one elevator, two escalators, vending machines, baggage handling, one passenger loading bridge, fully air-conditioned, handicapped access.
Parking: Midport Parking Garage
Comments: Designed as a mirror image of award-winning Terminal #26. Open, light and airy with panoramic view of Intracoastal Waterway and cruise ship operations.  "Dockside" in Cruise Terminal 25, by artist Kyle Barnette, is a large scale artwork comprised of many interlocking panels, each measuring 4' x 8'. The artwork represents the local environment, exotic ports of call, and daily operations at the Port. A true assemblage of photographic collage with found objects which were savaged by the artist around the Port, and abstracted from their original sources, the imageries blend together in an atmosphere of interdependence.

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Terminal 26

Description: Dual purpose facility handling both cargo and cruise operations.
Cruise terminal: 13,168 square feet / 1,223 square meters
Baggage handling: 22,500 square feet / 2,090 square meters
Transit cargo warehouse: 67,110 square feet / 6,235 square meters
Built: 1988
Renovations: '95- new flooring; '97- $70,000 in upgrades including new firewall and A/C in baggage claim area.
Primary user(s): Holland America Line
Facilities: Covered passenger drop-off, passenger seating, two sets of restrooms, mezzanine, one elevator, escalator, vending machines, baggage handling, one hydraulically-powered, covered passenger loading bridge, fully air-conditioned, handicapped access.
Parking: Midport Parking Garage
Comments: Design of cruise terminal by Michael Schiff & Associates earned Architectural Award from Broward County Architects Association. Open, light and airy with panoramic view of Intracoastal Waterway and cruise ship operations.
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Terminal 27

Description: Dual purpose facility handling both cargo and cruise operations.
Cruise terminal: 25,800 square feet/2,397 meters
Baggage handling: 28,000 square feet/2.601 meters

Cruise Terminal 27 is used part-time.

 
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Terminal 29

Description: Dual purpose facility handling both cargo and cruise operations
Cruise terminal: 20,250 square feet/1,881 meters
Baggage handling: 24,500 square feet/2,276 meters
Built: 2002
Renovations: Recent $8 million project that converted cargo terminal into a weekend cruise terminal accommodating ships up to 800 feet (245 meters) long and 42 feet (12.8 meters) deep.
Primary user(s): Cruise ships on the weekends during the busy Caribbean cruise season.; Berth used for cargo on weekdays
Facilities: Two-story building with window views of the Intracoastal Waterway
Parking: Midport parking garage
Comments: The design/build team of Bruno-Elias Inc. (designers) and Danville-Findorf Inc. (construction contractors) developed this terminal.
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