Cruises from Miami – Preview All Miami Cruises

Cruises from Miami – Preview All Miami Cruises

Cruises from Miami

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The port of Miami is one of the busiest ports in the world and offers 148 different cruise itineraries on 11 cruise lines. Cruise lines from the Port of Miami in 2016 and 2017 offer an endless array of options to destinations around the world. Choose from a 3, 4 or 5 day cruise to the Bahamas, 7 or more days to the Caribbean, South America, travel through the Panama Canal, the Orient, Europe – and even Alaska. The destinations and the length of your cruise vacation are up to you. Cruises from Miami depart all year but the summer months see a slight slow down. Many ships relocate to Alaska and Europe – but they will all come back to the warmth of Miami in the Fall.

Eastern Caribbean Cruises departing from Miami are offered on a variety of cruise lines.  Typical ports include St. Thomas, San Juan, St Maarten and Tortola. Eastern Caribbean cruises are offered year round.

Most cruise lines from the Port of Miami cruise an alternating itinerary of Eastern and Western Caribbean. Typical ports include Key West, Cozumel, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Belize and Roatan. Explore the diversity of the island nations and Central American countries.

Many Royal Caribbean ships have port in there Private Island of Labadee.  This paradise has just added many new features and will create unforgettable memories for kids as well as adults.  Watch the Video below to preview this unique and exotic island.

There are a variety of shorter cruises from Miami to the Bahamas. These 3 and 4 night cruises typically have ports in Nassau, Freeport and Key West. Some cruise lines, such as NCL, have their own private island for you to enjoy.

Disney Cruises from Miami on the Disney Wonder and Disney Magic.  The excitement of a Disney Cruise now departs from Miami. There are several itineraries including the only cruise to offer 3 ports on a 4 day cruise. Cruise to Nassau, Key West and your private island – Castaway Cay in the Bahamas. Great Disney family fun all from the convenience of the Port of Miami.

Impact Travel – Fathom Cruises from Miami

Impact Travel is the new travel trend in vacation packages for the more adventurous, inquisitive traveler looking for more than sun, sea and sand.

This trend has now overflowed into the cruise World where you now have the opportunity to combine two of your favorite things….cruising and making a difference to the World.

This is travel that transforms lives. Sometimes including your own. Impact travel provides the opportunity to build community with like-minded travelers, become immersed in another culture, and work alongside its people to create enduring social impact.

Every journey is based on our sincere belief that the person-to-person connection is among the strongest catalysts for transformation. We are working with Fathom Impact Travel to offer you these unique cruise packages. What sets Fathom apart is the long-term, systematic partnership approach with its partner countries paired with the unique business model that allows for sustained impact and lasting development.

These adventures begin in Spring 2016 with separate round-trip cruises from Miami to two of the Caribbean’s most desired destinations: the Dominican Republic and Cuba. In the Dominican Republic, you’ll have the opportunity to work side by side with local residents in existing programs that focus on improving the lives of children, families and communities. In Cuba, you’ll participate in an ongoing cultural exchange program that gives you the opportunity to interact with the Cuban people, one on one.

You will return home seven days later knowing that, for the people whose lives you’ve just touched, the world has become a little brighter because of you.

 

Port of Miami Map and Driving Directions


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Directions to the Port:

Miami – Directions and Parking Address: Port of Miami Terminals #8 and #9 1741 and 1751 Africa Way Dodge Island Miami, FL 33132

Travel Time: • 8 miles from the Miami International Airport; travel time is approximately 25 minutes. • 25 miles from the Fort Lauderdale International Airport; travel time is approximately 45 minutes.

Traveling from I-95 North or South – • Exit at I-395 east toward Miami Beach (Exit #2D) • Follow the directional signs to Biscayne Boulevard (Exit #2A/#2B) • Follow directions for Biscayne Boulevard South; turn right at the traffic light/stop sign • Stay in the left lane • The entrance to the Port of Miami is at Biscayne Boulevard and Port Boulevard (N.E. 5th Street) • At the traffic light, turn left at Port Boulevard (N.E. 5th Street) • Proceed over the bridge and follow the directional signs to Terminals #8 and #9

Traveling from the West Coast of Florida – • I-75 East toward Fort Lauderdale • I-595 East toward Fort Lauderdale • I-95 South toward Miami • Exit at I-395 east toward Miami Beach (Exit #2D) • Follow the directional signs to Biscayne Boulevard (Exit #2A/#2B) • Follow directions for Biscayne Boulevard South; turn right at the traffic light/stop sign • Stay in the left lane • The entrance to the Port of Miami is at Biscayne Boulevard and Port Boulevard (N.E. 5th Street) • At the traffic light, turn left at Port Boulevard (N.E. 5th Street) • Proceed over the bridge and follow the directional signs to Terminals #8 and #9

Parking: $20 per day (rates subject to change by the Port Authority) • Six-story, 1,400 space parking garage • Full payment due upon exiting the parking garage • Accepted forms of payment: U.S. dollars, U.S. Traveler’s Checks • No advance reservations required • Due to height restrictions, oversized vehicles will need to utilize the adjacent outdoor parking facilities. Cost is $30 per day • For more information: 305-347-4933


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