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PortMiami is the undisputed Cruise Capital of the World. Nearly 7 million passengers pass through the port each year as they embark on cruises. Many of them choose to enhance their cruise vacation by spending several days pre- or post-cruise in Greater Miami & Miami Beach.

Some of the world’s largest and most luxurious cruise ships from marquee brands such as Celebrity Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean Group and Virgin Voyages call PortMiami home.

Your vacation starts as soon as you enter one of PortMiami’s eight state-of-the-art cruise terminals anchored by Royal Caribbean Group (Terminal A), Norwegian Cruise Line (Terminal B) and Virgin Voyages (Terminals C, D, E, G, J and V). The new Terminal F, anchored by Carnival Cruise Line, is expected to open by the beginning of 2023.

Cruising from PortMiami is easy. Miami International Airport is only eight miles away, and the port can be reached by public transportation as well as taxis and rideshares. See the port website for more information, and contact your cruise line for updates on vaccinations and other requirements.

Plan to spend a few extra days before or after your cruise to enjoy all that Miami has to offer. Delve into the destination’s rich multicultural heritage and taste authentic foods from around the world in neighborhoods such as Little Havana and Little Haiti. Enjoy sunning and strolling on beautiful beaches, explore the pristine wilderness of Everglades National Park, or just take in the breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay. Check out the art scene in Miami’s world-class museums and see the colorful murals in Wynwood. Greater Miami & Miami Beach is the perfect place to extend your cruise vacation.

Cruising Tips & Information

Your Cruise Begins In Miami

Set Sail from PortMiami

Set Sail from PortMiami

And spend some time in Greater Miami & Miami Beach before or after your cruise.

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