Ft Lauderdale Cruise Ship Shuttle
Port Everglades is referred to as the ‘Cruise Ship Capital of the World”, where the largest ships in the world call Port Everglades their home port. Port Everglades’ seaport serves as a gateway for international trade and cruise vacations. It is also one of Florida’s leading container ports, accommodating over 4,000 ship calls every year. It is also the favorite US Navy liberty port, and currently the deepest port in the United States with a depth of 43 feet at mean low water.
Being the busiest cruise port in the world, there are more than 3.6 million yearly revenue cruise passengers. Cruise ships sail all year round but the busiest months are November to April. Many well-known ships and cruise lines have docked at Port Everglades. It used to be the home of RMS Queen Elizabeth from 1968 to 1970. In December 2009, the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines followed suit and made Port Everglades as the home port for the world’s largest passenger ship, the Oasis of the Seas.
In terms of cruise ship traffic, Port Everglades’ closest rivals is the Port of Miami with 8 cruise ships and New York following closely with 7 cruise ships on a single day. In 2003, Port Everglades boasted of having 15 cruise ships docked at its port. No other port in the world was able to host that many cruise ships on a single day. In March 2010 Port Everglades received over 53,365 guests passing through in a single day.
Taking the shuttle will not only save you time, but it will provide you the comfortable ride needed after a long flight. A luxurious limousine or a private ride in a van or town car will allow you to relax and enjoy the scenery as you make your way to the busy port. With your shuttle service pre-arranged, you are certain you can get to your cruise tour on time. Your professional chauffeur will deliver you right to the terminal of your cruise ship for added convenience.
Shuttles to/from Everglades Cruise Ports
Port Everglades was ranked the third busiest cruise port in the world. Port Everglades broke its own world record on November 26, 2011, with more than 53,500 guests passing through the Port in a single day.
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$10.00 Per person private Shuttle Service from Fort Lauderdale Airport to Airport Hotels. One way minimum 8 passengers per reservation. Everything Included Except Gratuity for Driver.
$10.00 Per person private Shuttle Service from Fort Lauderdale Airport to Port Everglades. One way minimum 8 passengers per reservation. Everything Included Except Gratuity for Driver.
We provide Cruise Shuttle Service, to the following locations or destination of your choice. FLL, MIA, PBI, Ft Lauderdale Beach, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and surrounding areas.
Port Everglades Cruise Transportation
Port Everglades is a Popular and very busy port with thousands upon thousands of visitors cruising to the area at any one time. In order to ensure you have transportation both to the cruise port and upon the return, it is best to call ahead and book your shuttle service in advance of your cruise to avoid the hassle of finding a last minute shuttle to or from the port.
Our friendly drivers will provide a timely pickup for individuals, families or groups. Our private transportation will shuttle you to and from local hotels, airports or private homes or any other destination you desire. We are reliable, experienced, insured and dedicated to providing excellent service.
Port Everglades Welcomes Allure of the Seas & Oasis of the Seas which is the Newest and Largest Cruise Ships in the World
Oasis of the Seas is (by far) the largest cruise ship in the world. Royal Caribbean's newest ship spans 16 decks, encompasses 220,000 gross registered tons, carries 5,400 guests, and features 2,700 staterooms. The ship home ports in Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale and cruises the Caribbean year-round. Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas cruise ship is arriving early! The maiden voyage will begin December 1, 2010. The four-night cruise will include a stop at Labadee, Royal Caribbean's private island.