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First Steel for Cruise Terminal 3 Waterside Construction Arrives at Port Canaveral



Waterside construction at Port Canaveral’s new state-of-the-art Cruise Terminal 3 is underway and a new 1,309-foot-long berth is about to take shape with the arrival of the first steel for the bulkhead wall. Intermarine LLC’s Ocean Globe, a 545-foot multi-purpose U.S.-flagged vessel, arrived at the Port this week to discharge 261 steel pipes ranging in length from 110.5 feet to 126 feet.

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Port Canaveral’s future: More cruise ships, more Disney and a new terminal




Port Canaveral (Aereal view, courtesy Canaveral Port Authority) Port Canaveral Chief Executive Officer John Murray breezed through more than 20 PowerPoint slides during his annual State of the Port Address earlier this month. But Murray says his “favorite slide in the whole presentation” is the first one he showed — the one that showed the record numbers for total revenue, operating revenue, cruise revenue, cargo revenue and cargo tonnage for the Florida port for the budget year that ended Sept. 30. (eu.usatoday.com)

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Port Canaveral Reports Record Breaking Year




Port Canaveral (Aereal view, courtesy Canaveral Port Authority) Port Canaveral today announced record-breaking results from all operations, and new high-water marks for the Port’s major business lines of cruise and cargo.

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Canaveral Port Authority and Carnival Cruise Line Reach Agreement on Cruise Terminal to Accommodate Plans for New Cruise Ship’s Arrival



The Canaveral Port Authority and Carnival Cruise Line, the world’s largest cruise operator, have reached an agreement in principle on a new state-of-the-art terminal able to accommodate Carnival’s new 180,000-ton ship, the largest ever constructed for the line, set to debut in 2020.

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Port Canaveral looks to use cargo piers for cruise ships making port-of-call stops




Port Canaveral (Aereal view, courtesy Canaveral Port Authority)With a strong port-of-call cruise business, Port Canaveral is finding that it will need to get creative in how it accommodates the incoming ships. So the port is looking into using cargo terminals to do double duty in also hosting cruise ships on occasion — specifically the port-of-call ships that make stops at Port Canaveral, but are not based here. (eu.floridatoday.com)

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Port Canaveral Begins Construction on New Cruise Terminal



Port Canaveral has commenced the largest single construction project in the history of the Port. Demolition of the Port’s oldest cruise terminal began today (April 26, 2018) to make way for a new state-of-the-art terminal with upgraded berth and a new parking garage.

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Port Canaveral’s 30-year plan calls for three new cruise terminals



Port Canaveral (Aereal view, courtesy Canaveral Port Authority)Port Canaveral officials presented a 30-year plan to the Port Authority that proposes to expand cruise-ship capacity with up to eight full-service terminals. The plan was approved by the Canaveral Port Authority Board of Commissioners by a 5-0 vote Wednesday. (orlandosentinel.com)

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