Number of Passengers (by Fiscal Year Oct. 1 through Sept. 30)

                                         TOTAL                                   MULTI-DAY                        DAILY

FY2016                            3,826,415                             3,680,549                             145,866

FY2017                            3,863,662                             3,738,252                             125,410

FY2018 (projected)          3,624,228                             3,445,252                             178,000        

                                                       Note: Terminal 25 closed for construction, will reopen November 2018

Total Total Number of Ships (10 multi-day cruise lines, 37 ships + 1 ferry)

Balearia Caribbean (daily ferry) - Jaume 1

Carnival Cruise Line - Carnival Conquest

Celebrity Cruise Line - Celebrity Infinity, Celebrity Silhouette, Celebrity Summit, Celebrity Reflection (Celebrity Edge coming December 2018)

Costa Cruises - Costa Deliziosa

Crystal Cruise Crystal Serenity, Crystal Symphony

Cunard Line Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria

Holland America Line – Amsterdam, Eurodam, Koningsdam, Maasdam, Nieuw Amsterdam, Oosterdam, Prinsendam, Rotterdam, Veendam, Westerdam, Zuiderdam (Nieuw Statendam coming December 2018)

Pearl Seas Cruises – Pearl Mist

Princess Cruises - Caribbean Princess, Coral Princess, Crown Princess, Island Princess, Pacific Princess, Regal Princess, Royal Princess

Royal Caribbean Cruises International - Allure of the Seas, Freedom of the Seas, Harmony of the Seas, Independence of the Seas, Serenade of the Seas

Silversea Cruises – Silver Muse, Silver Whisper, Silver Wind

Busy Cruise Day

December 17, 2017 (8 cruise ships)                        

World Record for Most Cruise Passengers in a Single Day

March 13, 2016 – World record day with 55,885 embarking and debarking guests

Year-round/Summer 2018 (4 multi-day ship and daily ferry)

Carnival Conquest, Caribbean Princess (starting year-round in April 2018), Allure of the Seas, Harmony of the Seas and Balearia Caribbean

Cruise Terminals

9 cruise terminals (including Terminal 25, which is closed for renovations until Fall 2018. Terminals 22/24 demolished in Fall 2017 to prepare for new, larger Terminal 25)

On the Horizon (new and notable)

Slip 2, adjacent to Cruise Terminal 4, was extended by 225 feet for a total 1,125 feet of berth length to accommodate larger cruise ships. Completed October 2017. Cost: $18 million. No local taxes were used for the construction project.

Wayfinding with Style: Port officials worked with Broward County, Florida’s Cultural Division to engage an environmental graphic design artist to find interpretive art solutions for directional signage. The result, which will be unveiled in time for the start of the 2018-2019 cruise season, will be colorful Florida environmental images to create an intuitive and colorful visual map for port visitors to find their destinations. In addition, the port is improving its outdoor aesthetics in with art installations at the security entrances and within several highly visible medians and roadside locations.

Terminal 2 Renovation:  Port Everglades has the first and only cruise terminal in the world specially equipped for Carnival Corporation’s new Ocean Medallion™ interactive wearable technology service. Carnival Corporation recently completed an extensive, multi-million-dollar redesign and upgrade of the port’s Cruise Terminal 2 so that guests can begin their personalized Ocean Medallion experience as soon as they enter the building. The retrofitted cruise terminal, which is predominantly used by the company’s Princess Cruises brand, features a movie theater and more comfortable pre-boarding areas transforming guests' experience as they prepare to depart for their cruise vacation.

Princess Cruises will begin year-round sailings in April 2018 with the Caribbean Princess, adding a fourth ship to the Port’s summer cruise fleet.

Terminal 25 Renovation: Currently under construction, the Cruise Terminal 25 renovation includes expanding the footprint, adding second floor check-in and waiting areas, and significantly improving traffic circulation to create a state-of the-art facility in time for the arrival of Celebrity Cruises’ Celebrity Edge, which is being touted as the cruise industry’s most futuristic vessel, in November 2018.

Celebrity Edge: Celebrity Cruises’ new 2,918-passenger Celebrity Edge, the ship designed to leave the future behind, will sail from Port Everglades beginning November 2018. The Edge is the first ship in Celebrity Cruises' new class of ships in nearly a decade.

ms Nieuw Statendam: Holland America Line’s newest Pinnacle-class ship, the 2,650-passenger ms Nieuw Statendam, is preparing to make her debut at Port Everglades beginning December 19, 2018. A sister ship to ms Koningsdam, this spectacular new vessel combines classic style with contemporary appointments, engaging new experiences and carefully crafted itineraries.

Enhanced Guest Services

Mobile Passport Control App: Port Everglades is the first and only seaport in the United States to adopt the new U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)-approved Mobile Passport Control (MPC) Smartphone program for cruise ship travel. This first-of-its-kind app, developed by Airside Mobile and Airports Council International-North America in partnership with CBP, has been in use at a number of airports across the country, including Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). The app allows U.S. citizens with a valid passport and Canadian citizens with both a valid Canadian passport and B1 or B2 visa status, to complete their Customs declaration upon debark on their smart phones or mobile devices, expediting their clearance process.

Global Entry: Port Everglades has participated in CBP's Global Entry program since summer 2015, giving preferential processing to those guests who are Global Entry card holders in all cruise terminals.

Port Everglades Cruise App​: Available for iPhones and iPads, the Port Everglades Cruise App is another technological advancement that is helping cruise passengers to navigate their cruise vacations. Listed among the top 1,000 U.S. travel apps, users can search by ship, cruise line, date of departure and view itineraries.

WiFi: Free in all cruise terminals