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Celebrity Edge is docked at Port Everglades' completely renovated Cruise Terminal 25.
Port Everglades is investing more than $100 million for a complete makeover of Cruise Terminal 25, which is home to Celebrity Cruises' newest and most innovative cruise ship, the Celebrity Edge.
Aerial view of seven cruise ships leaving Port Everglades.
Port Everglades is consistently ranked among the top three cruise ports in the world and welcomes approximately 4 million cruise guests annually.
Artist rendering of Celebrity Cruises newest ship, the Celebrity Edge.
Celebrity Cruises’ 984-foot-long, 2,900 passenger Celebrity Edge made her U.S. debut at Port Everglades on November 20, 2018.
Image of Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas cruise ship leaving Port Everglades on her maiden voyage
Royal Caribbean's 6,360 passenger Harmony of the Seas makes weekly voyages to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
Holland America's newest cruise ship, the Nieuw Statendam makes her way through the channel.
Holland-America's newest and most luxurious cruise ship, the ms Nieuw Statendam, is homeported at Port Everglades.
Image of the Crystal Serenity cruise ship at seas.
Crystal Cruises returns to Port Everglades with the Crystal Serenity (pictured) and the Crystal Symphony.
Port Everglades offers cruise guests more choices with a wide variety of itineraries ranging from 3 to 14-plus days.
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Port Everglades, located in Greater Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, Florida, is ranked third among cruise ports worldwide and has more homeported cruise ships than any other port.  Check out our 2020 Cruise Guide to learn more about cruising from Port Everglades.

quick facts

  • Parking is $15 daily
  • Fort Lauderale-Hollywood International (FLL) is located next to the Port
  • Taxis, vans and shuttle buses are available
  • Three conveniently-located entrances
  • Have your cruise documents and government-issued photo ID (driver's license or passport) ready when arriving at the Port's security checkpoint 
  • Motorists picking up cruise passengers can wait in our free cell phone lot until their party is ready for picked up

extend your stay

We're located in the heart of a major vacation destination. Consider arriving a few days early or stay a few days after your cruise and explore our dynamic, multi-cultural paradise.

There are plenty of quick sightseeing options if you only have a few hours to spare.  For more information on "Cruise and Play" options, visit Sunny.org/cruise-and-play or call 1-800-22-SUNNY (78669).  

For cruisers flying in and out of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, download the free FLL Airport App at FLL.net for flight and parking information, an airport guide, the Hello Sunny visitor’s guide, even Greater Fort Lauderdale’s local time and temperature. It’s all there and more; just touch your screen.

fun facts

  • More than 3.9 million passengers in FY2019
  • Set a world record in March 13, 2016 for the number of cruise guests traveling through a homeport in a single day - 55,885
  • 10 cruise lines, 1 ferry service 
  • 40 cruise ships
  • "2016 Best Domestic Port" by Porthole Cruise Magazine
  • "2016 Best Turnaround Homeport" by Cruise Insight
  • "2016 Favorite U.S. Embarkation Port" by CruiseChat Birdie Awards


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