Port Canaveral is a gateway to major consumer markets and leisure destinations. It is located on the east coast of central Florida with access to first-class deepwater port and uncongested setting.
The port has a variety of cruises that appeal to many tastes. You can sail off to a gaming excursion on Victory Casino or set sail on a 3-, 4-, 5- or 7-cruise to the Bahamas, eastern Carribean or Mexico's Gulf resorts.
Carnival Cruise Lines, Disney Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International and Norwegian Cruise Line are all homeported at Port Canaveral.
Cruise Terminals 5, 6, 8 and 10 are located on the North side of the Port, off of State Road 401. Terminals 2, 3 & 4 are dome-shaped structures located on the south side of the Port at the east end of George King Boulevard.
Terminal 5 is an elegant two-story triangular terminal with 30-foot high atrium filled with tropical vegetation and three cascading waterfalls. When you embark you glide upward into a glass-enclosed second-floor lounge with water views in every direction and while disembarking passengers, luggage, and ship's provisions move through the downstairs areas. Carnival Sensation and Norwegian Sun are berthed at Terminal 5.
Cruise Terminal 6 has been recently designed specifically for the modern generation of cruise ships. It is sleek and luminous, with awe-inspiring views of ships. The terminal has convenient and safety-conscious passenger and baggage flow, and high-volume processing capacity for efficient embarkation.
Terminal 8 was the first terminal in the U.S. to be built to specific cruise line's specifications. The terminal has been custom-designed for Disney. Disney Magic, Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy all depart from this terminal. The terminal has a 90-foot glass toward with connecting covered walkway from the parking garage. There are a lot of special Disney touches throughout the terminal. The terminal was renovated and enlarged in 2010 to welcome the newest generation of Disney ships.
Cruise Terminal 10 is a beautiful, modern terminal equipped with latest technology including an automated baggage conveyor system and three-tiered passenger-loading tower with elevator and escalators. Massive murals of local plants, animals and recreation installed on the exterior of this terminal's parking garage make it easy to locate. Carnival Dream, Royal Caribbean's Freedom of The Seas & Monarch of The Seas all depart from this terminal.
Terminal 2 is for the exclusive use of Victory Casino Cruises.
Terminal 3 is home to Carnival Cruise Lines' third homeported ship, Carnival Ecstasy.
And Terminal 4 is dedicated to visiting (port-of-call) cruise ships.