Cruise Terminals

PortMiami's cruise terminals -- among the most modern in the world -- have been designed to quickly move passengers from land to sea. Drive-in passengers can opt for convenient on-port parking with special arrangements for travelers with disabilities. For those arriving by taxi, shuttle bus or limousine, drop off is directly in front of each terminal and entryways are designed for a quick and easy check-in and boarding process. 

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Terminal AA/AAA

MSC Cruises
MSC to design, finance, build, operate and maintain Cruise Terminals AA/AAA and its two berths
Approximate cost: $300 million
Estimated completion: 2022

 

 

Terminal A

Royal Caribbean | The Crown of Miami
November 2018, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. officially opened Terminal A, the largest cruise terminal in the U.S., in collaboration with Miami-Dade County. The new terminal serves as homeport to some of Royal Caribbean's largest ships.  

 

Terminal B

Norwegian Cruise Line | The Pearl of Miami
The Pearl of Miami will accommodate vessels carrying up to 5,000 cruise passengers.
Estimated cost: Approximately $239 million
Estimated completion: 2020

 

Terminal C

Cruise Terminal C
Renovations are on the way.
Estimated cost: $13 million
Estimated completion: Fall 2019

 

Terminals D and E

Expansion for larger class ships was completed in 2013/2018 and are LEED certified “silver”. Also, made updates to the apron of the terminals for new passenger boarding bridges.
Total cost Terminal D: $7 million
Total cost Terminal E: $5-8 million

 

Terminal F

Carnival Corp and the County have entered into an agreement to renovate Cruise Terminal F to accommodate CCL’s XL 7,000 passenger vessel
Estimated cost: $170 million
Estimated completion: 2022

 

Terminal G

terminal g

Improvements to the terminal include enhancing the interior and waterproofing the iconic “sails,” which makes the terminal one of Miami landmarks.
Completed: 2013
Total cost: $2 million

 

Terminal J

PortMiami’s boutique cruise terminal designed to cater to small vessels and luxury cruises, Terminal J is undergoing a $3 million facelift. Upgrades include the incorporation of a fully automated “One-Stop Shop” for Customs & Border Protection (CBP); remodeling of existing ground floor restroom facilities, and the addition of a new exterior escalator.

 

Terminal V

Virgin Voyages | Palm Grove
The Virgin Voyages Terminal will be located on the northwest side of the port. The vessel will house the line’s first ship Scarlet Lady.
Estimated cost: $180 million
Completion: 2021