Canaveral Port Authority Vice-Chairman Wayne Justice sats down with Giles Malone at the Space Coast Daily TV studios to discuss the latest developments at Port Canaveral regarding Coronavirus and provides an update on Cruise Terminal 3 construction. […]
Port Canaveral boat ramps are open and parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. All users are reminded to follow the recommendations of the CDC and FL Dept. of Health for social distancing, and the Governor’s Executive Order limiting gatherings of 10 or more people to limit potential spread and exposure to COVID-19 virus. […]
The Canaveral Port Authority continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 developing situation, in line with recommendations from the CDC and the Florida Dept. of Health, and in response to guidance issued by Florida Governor DeSantis. […]
Space Coast Daily’s Chris Bonanno was at Port Canaveral’s Terminal 3 for a tour of the soon-to-be constructed facility.
Port Canaveral salutes Southern Charm Cafe for making Yelp’s list of the Top 100 Places to Eat in the U.S. for 2020.
Port Canaveral has been named “Best Cruise Homeport in the U.S.” in Cruise Hive’s sixth annual Cruise Ship Awards readers’ survey, edging out of thirteen other U.S. homeports, with thousands of votes in the category.
Lori Robinson, Business Liaison with CareerSource Brevard, incoming President of the Propeller Club of Port Canaveral, and her 2020 club officers and board members were sworn in at the club’s annual Holiday Party held at the Exploration Tower at Port Canaveral.
Cruise giant Carnival on Friday said its giant new flagship, the Port Canaveral bound, 17-deck-high Mardi Gras, won’t begin revenue sailings until 14 November — more than two months later than originally planned.
Construction of the 6-story, 1,800 car parking garage began in April. Construction of the 6-story, 1,800 car parking garage began in April. Now, after 652 piles and 1216 pieces of pre-cast panels the parking garage structure is nearing completion.
Port Canaveral is one of Central Florida’s greatest assets when it comes to cruise-related tourism and the transportation of bulk commodities such as petroleum, salt and other resources.
Expanding its commitment to making a cruise vacation more accessible for everyone, Carnival Cruise Line has become the first cruise operator to be certified “sensory inclusive” by KultureCity, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to accessibility and inclusion for individuals with sensory needs and invisible disabilities.
The Canaveral Port Authority was honored by VISIT FLORIDA during the 2019 Florida Tourism Hall of Fame and Flagler Awards with a Creativity in Public Relations Silver award for Port Canaveral’s 65th Anniversary Celebration media campaign.
Port Canaveral Chief Executive Officer John Murray delivered the 2019 “State of the Port” address at Cruise Terminal 10 on Wednesday that highlighted the port’s impressive statewide $3.9 billion economic impact, 4.6 million multi-day passenger movements and initiatives to improve the health of the local ecosystems.
Carnival Cruise Line, Disney Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International, which offer cruises from Port Canaveral, won honors in Porthole Cruise Magazine’s 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. Readers of the monthly magazine picked the very best ships, amenities and destinations.
A Bahamas relief shipment is being loaded onto the Glory, a barge owned and operated by Shawna Downs and her husband James and their three children, ages Baylee 13, Lily 8 and Tucker 6.
British cruise line Marella Cruises has chosen Port Canaveral for its first cruise homeport in the United States.
Royal Caribbean International’s Mariner of the Seas at Port Canaveral is among the select Royal Caribbean cruise ships offering expanded high-definition sports coverage.
Five cruise ships visit Port Canaveral on Monday: Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Sun, Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Dream, Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Liberty, AIDA Cruises’ AIDAluna, and Royal Caribbean International’s Mariner of the Seas.
The Q-LNG 4000, the first articulated tug-barge in the U.S. built to deliver liquefied natural gas to ships and ports, recently launched from the docks of VT Halter Marine in Pascagoula, Miss.