Ports of call:
Port of Miami
The Port of Miami is recognized as the "Cruise Capital of the
World". The port has the largest year-round cruise fleet in the
world, serving 3.4 million passengers annually from eight terminals.
Port Everglades was established as a deep water harbor in 1927. Now,
more than 5,300 ships visit Port Everglades each year.
Port of Tampa
Florida's largest seaport offers cruising opportunities to the Caribbean
and Latin America. Its annual passenger count exceeds 500,000 a year.
Located in Coco Beach, Florida, Port Canaveral has six terminals and
five cruise lines. The cruise port became the busiest in the western
hemisphere with and average of 3.8 million passengers a year.
Port Manatee, the fifth largest of Florida's seaports, serves 60,000
cruise passengers annually.