Port Canaveral FL Terminal Information
Last updated on September 5th, 2018 at 06:28 pm
Port Canaveral is located at 1492 Charles M. Rowland Dr, Cape Canaveral, FL 32920.
The Orlando International Airport is located approximately 45 miles to the west of the port and is serviced by most domestic and many international airlines. Port Canaveral is located near the center of the east coast of Florida. With seven cruise terminals, it is well equipped to handle the millions of passengers that pass through its gates every year. Each terminal has it’s own parking lot for easy access to the ship.
Port Canaveral – Cruise Terminal Locations
- Cruise Terminal #1 – 9050 Discovery Road
- Cruise Terminal #2 – 180 Christopher Columbus Drive
- Cruise Terminal #5 – 9245 Charles Rowland Drive
- Cruise Terminal #6 – 9241 Charles Rowland Drive
- Cruise Terminal #8 – 9155 Charles Rowland Drive
- Cruise Terminal #10 – 9005 Charles Rowland Drive
If embarking from Port Canaveral, the terminals are located on A Side (North Side) off State road 401 – terminals 5, 6, 8 & 10. Terminal 8 is where Disney passengers embark from. Signs will direct which other cruise lines are docked at which terminal.
Port Canaveral Embarkation Tips:
– boarding can start as early as 11:00am, but lines can be long. It is recommended to arrive no earlier than a half hour before the departure time given you by your cruise line.
– have your cruise tickets and ID out to show at the port gate
Cruises From Port Canaveral
The following cruise lines and ships call Port Canaveral their homeport:
Carnival Cruise Port Canaveral
– Carnival Liberty
– Carnival Sunshine
– Carnival Breeze
– Carnival Magic
Disney Cruise Port Canaveral
– Disney Dream
– Disney Fantasy
– Disney Wonder
– Majesty of the Seas
– Oasis of the Seas
Norwegian Cruise Lines
– Norwegian Epic
Weather in Port Canaveral
In Florida, summer typically begins in early May and lasts until September. During these months, temperatures can reach as high as 32°C (90°F), and there is a good chance of thunderstorms occurring. The weather is much cooler during January to March, but the temperatures never get really chilly, compared to winters in the more northern states.