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1.2 miles from Cruise Port
455 State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 US
The Crowne Plaza Fort Lauderdale Airport/Cruise Port is located at the entrance of Port Everglades Cruise Port and less than a mile from Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL), Broward County Convention Center, and Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Complimentary shuttle service is provided to and from Fort...More
1.3 miles from Cruise Port
1500 Southeast 17th St. Causeway, Ft. Lauderdale
The Holiday Inn Express Fort Lauderdale is located a mile and a half away from the north entrance of Port Everglades and approximately three miles from Fort Lauderdale International Airport. This location is also two blocks from the Broward County Convention Center, one mile from Fort Lauderdale beaches...More
1.3 miles from Cruise Port
1617 South East 17th Street,
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 US
The Renaissance Fort Lauderdale Port Everglades Hotel is located four miles away from the Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) and 29 miles from the Miami International Airport (MIA). The hotel is just minutes from the Port Everglades, Convention Center, Discovery Cruise Line, Carrie B. Harbor Tours...More
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About the Port of Everglades
Port Everglades, Everglades is a seaport located in Broward County, Florida. It is a man-made seaport that lies on the southeaster coast of the peninsula of Florida, occupying land within three cities, Dania Beach, Hollywood, and Fort Lauderdale. The building of Port Everglades started in 1911 with the passing of a resolution for a deepwater port. The construction started in 1913 with the digging out of Lake Mabel. In 1928, the rock barrier that separated the harbor from the Atlantic Ocean was removed, and various women’s group in the area officially named the seaport Port Everglades after running a contest.
Port Everglades is one of the leading economic areas in South Florida and serves as a gateway for both cruises and international trade. It is the second busiest cruise ports in the world, with more than 5,300 passenger cruise ships calling annually. Additionally, Port Everglades is one of the leading container ports in Florida, and it has over 4,000 ship calls every year. There are a variety of attractions near Port Everglades, including Las Olas Boulevard, Jungle Queen Riverboat, Anne Kolb Nature Center, and the Shoppes of Wilton Manors.
Port Everglades features the largest cruise terminal in the world and it serves the two largest cruises ships, the Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, both owned by Royal Caribbean International. The cruise terminal is divided into three sections, Northport with three cruise terminals, Midport with nine cruise terminals, and Southport. The cruise port also features parking garages, covered walkways, restrooms, elevators, and vending machines. An array of single and multi-day cruises depart from Port Everglades on various cruise lines including Carnival Cruise Lines, Disney Cruise Line, Premier Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, and Princess Cruises.