Shuttle to/from Florida Cruise Ports
The US ports handle more than 2 billion metric tons of imported and exported cargo every year. It is estimated that by the year 2020, the total volume of cargo shipped by water will be double the 2000 volumes. The US ports are responsible for the movement of about 99 percent of the country’s overseas cargo.
The ports in the United States have seen an increasing and growing activity of cruise ships on every port. For the fourth quarter of 2011, an estimated 18.9 million passenger nights were booked on North American cruises which saw an increase of 3.3 percent from the previous year. About 2.8 million passengers were carried on 1,075 cruises.
If going on a cruise tour, you will need to be at the port of call on time in order not to miss the voyage. Making pre-arranged shuttle service, either from the airport, or from the hotel or any location, to the destination port will be the most convenient and comfortable way of getting to the port for the cruise tour. A professional chauffeur will make sure that you will arrive at the port on time. You will not have worry about parking and the chauffeur will unload your luggage and traveling bags from the shuttle at the designated ships terminal.
Port Everglades is dubbed as the “Cruise Capital of the World”. The leading cruise/passenger port in the world now, it caters to the world’s largest cruise ships and most of the well-known cruise lines as Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line. Port Everglades gained more popularity because of the world-renowned ships it is known to be home to like Oasis of the Seas as well as its equally esteemed sister ship known as the Allure of the Seas.
You can expect thousands upon thousands of people roaming around the port area – business people, port workers, travelers, etc. The port area will look like a coliseum-packed with people. The best way to make your way through out the port is to arrange a shuttle service to pick you up and bring you to your destination. The same shuttle service will bring you back to the port just in time for departure.
The Port of Miami located in Biscayne Bay on Miami, Florida is the 11th largest cargo container port in the United States. It is an important port of call for many international cruise tours with one in seven of all the word’s cruise passenger starting from Miami Port. As such, thousands of people can be seen going back and forth the port premises.
The easy and comfortable way to get in and out of the port is by having your own shuttle service. It’s affordable, convenient and it can quickly bring you to your destination and back to the port without any delay or hassle.