Category: port canaveral

Carnival Sunshine Passengers Frightened By Sudden Listing After Departing Port Canaveral Sunday

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.

REPORT: Gator’s Dockside Set to Open Nov. 2 in Old Milliken’s Reef at Port Canaveral

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.

Port Canaveral’s U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Vigilant Has Rich Tradition, Long Legacy

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.

Port Commissioner Jerry Allender Endorses Mac McLouth For Canaveral Port Authority District 5 Seat

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.

Watch: Port Canaveral Hosts Spectacular Fireworks Display to Kick Off 4th of July Festivities

For the fourth year in a row, Port Canaveral will host the Fireworks Before the Fireworks on July 3, one of the area’s most popular Fourth of July events with fireworks and family-centered festivities on the lawn of the Exploration Tower at Port Canaveral.

WATCH: Port Canaveral Commission Candidate Mac McLouth Details His Plan To Clean the Lagoon

Port Canaveral District 5 Commission Candidate Mac McLouth explains his action plan to cause millions of gallons of fresh ocean water to flow into the Indian River Lagoon in an effort to reduce the brown algae which is plaguing Brevard’s most precious body of water.