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Port Canaveral Cruise Terminal Parking to Feature E-PASS® Contactless Transaction Technology

New Cruise Terminal 3 parking garage will be the first to install the E-PASS contactless payment system, then to remaining Port Canaveral-owned parking garages (November 2020)The Canaveral Port Authority (CPA) and the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) have executed an “Interlocal Agreement for Electronic Parking Fee Collection” to implement the E-PASS automated system at the Port that will enable customers to use contactless payment for parking at Port Canaveral-owned parking facilities with an E-PASS prepaid account. (more…)

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BREVARD HISTORY: From 1985 to 1992 Premier Cruise Line Hosted Disney-Themed Trips From Port Canaveral

Premier Cruise Line & Walt Dsiney World Package Commercials ~ 1988/89

From 1985 to 1992, Premier Cruise Line’s “Big Red Boat” partnered with Disney featuring its bright red-hulled cruise ship that operated out of Port Canaveral to provide Disney-costumed characters for the cruise line’s Bahamas cruises in connection with a multi-day vacation stay at Walt Disney World. (spacecoastdaily.com)





Port Canaveral Voted “Best Cruise Homeport in U.S.”

Port Canaveral (Aereal view, courtesy Canaveral Port Authority) Port Canaveral has been named “Best Cruise Homeport in the U.S.” in Cruise Hive’s sixth annual Cruise Ship Awards readers’ survey, edging out of thirteen other U.S. homeports, with thousands of votes in the category. The Best Cruise Ship U.S. Homeport category was added to the survey for the first time. (more…)

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Disney Cruise Line’s Port Canaveral Terminal to Close for Extensive Refurbishment in June 2020 Ahead of Disney Wish Arrival

Disney Cruise Line passengers should be aware of a change to cruises embarking and debarking from Port Canaveral. According to Disney Cruise Line Blog, documents revealed ahead of Wednesday’s Port Canaveral board of commission meeting show that the cruise line’s Cruise Terminal 8 (CT8) will be closed for a five-month refurbishment from June to October of next year. (wdwnt.com)



Port Canaveral Teams Up with Nonprofit Organization for Bahamas Relief

Steve Ewing, lower left, president and founder of Crossroads Alliance & Ministries, stands with Bahamian relief supplies. Canaveral Port Authority’s Titusville Logistics Center is one of two Port properties that will temporarily house supplies for The Bahamas that were donated to the Ocala-based nonprofit organization.  (Photo: Canaveral Port Authority)The Canaveral Port Authority has joined forces with Ocala, FL-based Crossroads Alliance & Ministries to aid in humanitarian relief efforts for the hurricane-ravaged Bahamas. Crossroads Alliance is expanding its relief response capabilities with nearly 60,000 square feet of warehouse and office space donated by the Port Authority to the non-profit organization. (more…)

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Port Canaveral commissioners approve $118 million budget, expect strong gains in cruise revenue

Port Canaveral (Aereal view, courtesy Canaveral Port Authority) Strong gains in Port Canaveral’s cruise business are expected to help boost the port’s overall revenue by 8.5% and profits by 13.1% for the budget year that begins Oct. 1. Port Canaveral commissioners on Wednesday unanimously approved a budget for fiscal 2019-20 that projects $118.31 million in revenue, including $89.79 million from cruise operations. That’s a 7.2% increase in the port’s cruise sector, compared with the current year’s budget. (eu.floridatoday.com)

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Disney Cruise Line’s new Port Canaveral terminal readies for construction

Work will start soon to prepare Port Canaveral’s Cruise Terminals 8 and 10 for some new Disney ships. That’s according to Bill Crowe, vice president of engineering, construction and facilities for Port Canaveral, who was one of several panelists at Orlando Business Journal’s Doing Business in Brevard County luncheon on Aug. 23. (bizjournals.com)

Cruise ships return as Port Canaveral reopens after Hurricane Dorian

Cruise ships return as Port Canaveral reopens after Hurricane Dorian

Six cruise ships and thousands of passengers sailed into Port Canaveral Thursday, one day after the port reopened after Hurricane Dorian passed through the area. The Port Authority said ships had to extend their itineraries and stay out at sea because of Dorian and Port Canaveral being closed. (fox35orlando.com)

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