Port Everglades Cruise Port

Port Everglades is located in Fort Lauderdale about 30 miles North of Port Miami Cruise Port.
See MAP & DIRECTIONS. Both cruise ports offer car rental services.


Port Everglades
Important information

Port Everglades Parking Fees

Offsite Parking for Cruise Port Everglades

  • Only $10 per day
  • Safe secure and night time patrol
  • Free Shuttle to Fort Lauderdale Airport
  • Only $8 shuttle ride to Cruise Port Everglades

Onsite Parking At Port Everglades

  • $3 for 0-1 hour
  • $6 for up to 5 hours, and then $1 per hour thereafter up to daily maximum
  • $15 daily maximum
  • $19 daily maximum for oversized vehicles (those that exceed the standard width and/or height of a parking space). For assistance with parking oversized vehicles, please contact USA Parking at: 954-468-3680.

Cruise lines phone numbers
Port Everglades

  • Bahamas Shuttle Boat: 954-969-0069
  • Carnival Cruise Line: 888-227-6482
  • Celebrity Cruises: 800-647-2251
  • Cunard: 800-728-6273
  • Holland America Line: 877-932-4259
  • Pearl Seas Cruises: 800-981-9146
  • Princess Cruises: 800-774-6237
  • Royal Caribbean International: 800-327-6700
  • Silversea: 800-722-9955
Bahamas Fast Ferry

Bahamas Fast Ferry

Bahamas Fast Ferry
phone number: 1 954-969-0069

Port Everglades Carnival Cruises

Carnival Cruises

Carnival Cruises
phone number: 888-227-6482

Port Everglades Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity Cruises

Port Everglades Celebrity Cruises
phone number: 1 800-647-2251

Port Everglades Pearl Seas Cruises

Pearl Seas Cruises

Port Everglades Pearl Seas Cruises
phone number: 1 800-981-9146

Port Everglades Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises

Port Everglades Princess Cruises
phone number: 1 800-774-6237

Port Everglades Royal Caribbean Cruises

Royal Caribbean Cruises

Port Everglades Royal Caribbean Cruises
phone number: 1 800-327-6700

Port Everglades Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises

Port Everglades Princess Cruises
phone number: 1 800-774-6237

Miami Fort Lauderdale Airport Cruise Port shuttle

Key West Shuttle | Cruise Ship Shuttles

Florida Everglades Tours

Don't let one minute of fun pass you by while you're in South Florida, come join us on the world famous airboat ride in the Florida Everglades. On this 1 hour airboat ride you will learn about the Everglades and its long time history. Bring your cameras because you will see everything the Everglades has to offer like: alligators, strange birds, turtles, plant life and much more. After your one hour tour you will come back to land to see an alligator handling demonstration you will never forget. Transportation from your hotel to the Everglades and back is part of your 3 hour tour. Departures: 9:30am and 1:30pm For pricing and details

Get shared shuttle rides starting at $11

Choose your starting destination and ending destination below to get the best rates in South Florida!

  • Fort Lauderdale Airport to Port Everglades
  • Fort Lauderdale Airport to Port of Miami
  • Fort Lauderdale Airport to South Beach Hotels and Bayside
  • Miami Airport to Fort Lauderdale Airport.

Hotels with Airport and cruise port shuttle service

These Port Everglades hotels will provide free or Fee Shuttle Service

  • Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina
  • Best Western Oceanside Inn
  • Hyatt Ft Lauderdale Airport
  • Hilton Garden Inn Fort Lauderdale Airport
  • Lago Mar Beachfront Resort Ft Lauderdale
  • Hilton Fort Lauderdale Airport
  • Holiday Inn Express Ft Lauderdale Convention Center

What's In a Name?

Originally known as Lake Mabel, Port Everglades was officially established as a deep water harbor in 1927 and has since grown to become one of South Florida's strongest economic engines with annual operating revenues of more than $66 million and total waterborne commerce exceeding 23 million tons in liquid, bulk and containerized cargoes.

More than 5,300 ships call at Port Everglades in a year forming the basis of a diverse maritime operation that includes a thriving cruise industry and a reputation as the "world's best cruise port," a growing containerized cargo business that establishes Port Everglades among the nation's top seaports, a major petroleum storage and distribution hub, South Florida's primary bulk cargo depot and a favorite U.S. Navy liberty port.

The seaport is renowned for its commitment to ongoing capital improvements, environmental protection and convenient maritime operations with unbeatable connections through the adjacent Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and the direct links with all of Florida's highway system via I-595.


Where Exactly Is Port Everglades?

Originally known as Lake Mabel, Port Everglades was officially established as a deep water harbor in 1927 and has since grown to become one of South Florida's strongest economic engines with annual operating revenues of more than $66 million and total waterborne commerce exceeding 23 million tons in liquid, bulk and containerized cargoes.

More than 5,300 ships call at Port Everglades in a year forming the basis of a diverse maritime operation that includes a thriving cruise industry and a reputation as the "world's best cruise port," a growing containerized cargo business that establishes Port Everglades among the nation's top seaports, a major petroleum storage and distribution hub, South Florida's primary bulk cargo depot and a favorite U.S. Navy liberty port.

The seaport is renowned for its commitment to ongoing capital improvements, environmental protection and convenient maritime operations with unbeatable connections through the adjacent Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and the direct links with all of Florida's highway system via I-595.