A Dr. Seuss book reading for 100 kids from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida will be held Monday, July 15 aboard the Carnival Liberty at Port Canaveral as part of Dr. Seuss Summer Word Challenge to promote literacy.
Port Canaveral has received Green Marine certification a second time for advancing environmental excellence in maritime transportation and demonstrating “green” corporate leadership.
Busy day with 5 homeported ships. Watch them depart one after the other, with a quick passing storm in the middle.
Port Canaveral was named this week “Best Cruise Port” by Global Traveler magazine and presented with a 2019 Leisure Lifestyle Award. Global Traveler conducted a survey of its readers from October 2018 to January 2019, where readers were asked to vote for their favorite cruise port, and Port Canaveral nabbed the top spot.
Port Canaveral was the host to six cruise ships on Memorial Day, including Royal Caribbean International’s Mariner of the Seas, Disney Cruise Line’s Dream, Carnival Cruise Line’s Liberty and Elation, and Norwegian Cruise Line’s Sun and Dawn.
Once upon a time, in 1982, Port Canaveral had a three-person attorney selection committee that vetted multiple attorneys and firms in the Port District. The commissioners heard the recommendations of the committee and selected the recommended firm.
The Canaveral Port Authority and Disney Cruise Line have reached a new 20-year agreement to expand operations and make Port Canaveral home for two of Disney Cruise Line’s three new ships.
Junkanoo Island Kitchen and Rum Bar at Port Canaveral will conduct a grand opening on Thursday, May 9 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Excitement and anticipation are high at Port Canaveral as the port prepares to welcome two new homeported ships. On Monday, May 6, Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas, above, the second largest cruise ship in the world, and Mariner of the Seas, fresh from a multi-million dollar upgrade, will set sail from Port Canaveral.
A recent aerial photo of the shoreline near Cocoa Beach Pier shows how much wider the beach has become as the federally funded Canaveral Harbor Sand Bypass Project has made its way south from Jetty Park to just south of the pier since December.
Port Canaveral is the second busiest cruise ports in the world with more than 4.5 million cruise passengers passing through during 2018.
SpaceX successfully landed the center core of its Falcon Heavy rocket on a drone ship last week, but the vehicle accidentally fell into the ocean while in transit to the Florida coast. The company blamed the loss on choppy seas.
Norwegian Cruise Line’s Sun returned to Port Canaveral Friday for a second season of popular cruises from the Port to Cuba, as well as excursions to the Bahamas.
If you are planning to head out to Port Canaveral to watch Tuesday’s SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch, make sure to read this special announcement containing some important information about launch viewing parking at Port Canaveral.
The SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch is currently scheduled for Wednesday, April 10, with a window of 6:35 p.m. through 8:35 p.m. Watching the launch from Port Canaveral is very popular and many thousands of people have enjoyed spectacular views from the Port.
A full-scale, working replica of the Santa Maria, the largest of three ships that Christopher Columbus led on his historic voyage to the Caribbean in 1492, made an emergency stop Wednesday morning at Port Canaveral, apparently due to rough weather.
Looking for a summer internship? Port Canaveral has open positions for paid graphic design, civil engineering and maritime academy student interns.
During a Tuesday morning stop at Port Canaveral, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) pledged to ensure that this year’s Congressional budget would include more than $140 million for port projects throughout Florida.
After scoring approval to buy 746 acres of land on the island of Eleuthera, known for its pink sand beaches and surf, Disney Cruise Line this week completed the purchase, setting the stage for a second Disney private destination in the Bahamas.
SpaceX’s rocket nose cone-catching vessel Mr. Steven has arrived on the Space Coast Monday and is berthed at Port Canaveral’s north side after a 5,000-nautical-mile voyage from the Port of Los Angeles.