Port Everglades is open and operating at normal levels. We are monitoring developments regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are working closely with our cruise line partners as well as local, state and federal agencies. Please click the "MORE" link below for additional information.
On June 5, 2019, officials from Port Everglades, CenterPoint Properties and Broward County broke ground on the Port's new 16.5- acre International Logistics Center, which will be the new home for FTZ No. 25.
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.
Sky Princess, the newest ship in Princess Cruises’ Royal Class fleet, will sail from Port Everglades during the 2019-2020 cruise season.
Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Sunrise recently completed a $200 million transformation and now offers 4- and 5-day itineraries to the Bahamas, as well as the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
Port Everglades invested more than $100 million for a complete makeover of Cruise Terminal 25, which is currently home to Celebrity Cruises' newest and most innovative cruise ship, the Celebrity Edge, and will welcome her stunning sister, Celebrity Apex, in November 2020.
The USS Paul Ignatius arrives on July 22, 2019 at Port Everglades for her commissioning ceremony.
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 COVID-19 update
Port Everglades is open and operational. We are focused on keeping the Port functioning efficiently so fuel and cargo continue to be delivered as quickly as possible into the marketplace.
Any decision by Broward County on whether to allow any passenger vessel to enter Port Everglades will be determined once more information is available in consultation with a Unified Command made up of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Florida Department of Health in Broward County, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Customs & Border Protection, Port Everglades Pilots Association, Broward Sheriff’s Office Departments of Law Enforcement and Fire Rescue, Broward County Emergency Management and the Broward County Port Everglades Department.
During the coming weeks, you may notice cruise ships anchored offshore, or coming into the Port for short stops to pick up fuel and supplies. All mariners, including all crew members from any commercial ships, or as directed by Customs and Border Protection, must stay on board their vessels. More...