At a special meeting on Tuesday, the Canaveral Port Authority Board of Commissioners unanimously approved awarding Merritt Island-based Ivey’s Construction Inc. a $78.98 million contract for the Port’s Cruise Terminal 3 project and a $29.53 million contract for the adjacent 1,800-vehicle parking garage.
Canaveral Port Authority Commission Chairman Micah Loyd, CPA Chief Financial Officer Michael B. Poole, Commission Secretary/Treasurer Bob Harvey and Port CEO Capt. John Murray signed documents on Thursday authorizing the issuance of bonds up to $117 million to provide financing for Port Canaveral’s Cruise Terminal 3 project.
The Sea Turtle Preservation Society transported an ailing green sea turtle to Brevard Zoo on Friday morning after it was found nearly motionless in the waters near the construction site of Port Canaveral’s new Cruise Terminal 3.
The 2018 Building Florida’s Future – A Vision on Transportation, Infrastructure & Economic Development will be hosted December 5 – 6 by Port Canaveral and presented by Associated Industries of Florida.
It was the culmination of a long-awaited dream and a cause for great celebration when, on November 4, 1953, Port Canaveral officially was dedicated.
Passengers aboard the Carnival Sunshine had a scary few minutes when the ship listed shortly after their ship left Port Canaveral on Sunday. Carnival Sunshine, formerly Carnival Destiny, is currently homeported at Port Canaveral, Florida, and is the lead ship of the Destiny-class of cruise ships.
Gator’s Dockside, a popular Florida -themed restaurant chain founded in 1991, reportedly is aiming to open its 29th location on Friday, Nov. 2, at the site of the old Milliken’s Reef restaurant, located at 683 Dave Nisbet Drive at Port Canaveral.
Ivey’s Construction Cruise Terminal 3 Subcontractor Outreach event is set for Tuesday, October 23 at Port Canaveral’s Exploration Tower.
As part of its HELM maritime study program, Rockledge high school students are taking a Port Canaveral harbor and coast guard station tour aboard the Canaveral Cruise 1.
Navigation test support ship USNS Waters currently is berthed at Port Canaveral. Originally an oceanographic survey ship, the 457-foot-long Waters supports the Navy’s Strategic Systems Programs Office by aiding with submarine weapons and navigation system testing.
Free tickets to Saturday’s commissioning at Port Canaveral of the USS Indiana, a Virginia-class nuclear-powered fast attack submarine, are now available.
Coast Guard Cutter Vigilant (WMEC-617) was commissioned in 1964, which means it has served this nation well over 50 years. During those many years, the cutter and its crews have performed the missions of maritime law enforcement, search and rescue, homeland security, national defense and international engagement.
Canaveral Cruises 1, a 90-foot, 150 passenger cruise and tour vessel based at Port Canaveral between Fishlips and Rusty’s restaurants at 620 Glenn Cheek Drive, hosted its Wine Dinner voyage on Friday.
Norwegian Breakaway will extend her stay in the Sunshine State by repositioning from Miami to Port Canaveral, arriving on November 23, 2019.
The 11th Annual Port Canaveral Reverse Trade Show will take place this year on September 13, 2018, at Cruise Terminal 1 at Port Canaveral from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Vehicle imports and exports at Port Canaveral revved up this week with the arrival and departure of the post-Panamax (PPX) shipping vessel Höegh Trotter and another RO/RO vessel, the NYK Auriga Leader.
Work is underway on a multi-purpose cargo berth project at Port Canaveral that also will accommodate facilities for the growing commercial space industry.
Port Commission District 5 Candidate Malcolm “Mac” Mclouth has received the endorsement of current District 1 Port Commissioner Jerry Allender in the upcoming 2018 election.
Mac McLouth, a Republican candidate for Port Canaveral Commission District 5, talks about the importance of replacing the old Florida State Road 401 drawbridge at the port.
Canaveral Port Authority employees gathered on the front lawn of the Port’s Maritime Center to raise a commemorative flag in what will be the first of a series of events acknowledging 65 years of Port Canaveral history, growth and success.