Transportation from Orlando Airport to Port Canaveral Cruise Terminals
If you are traveling from Orlando Airport to the Cruise terminals at Port Canaveral, you will start out on FL-528 E also known as the Martin Anderson Beachline Expressway. This road can be accessed on the north side of Orlando International, exit is on the right, follow the signs from either terminal. Then it is approximately 35 miles of flat, smooth, scenic travel before the landscape becomes breathtaking. As we ascend onto the Bennett Causeway and descend onto Ocean Boulevard (over the Indian River) you can on a clear day, see your cruise ship as well as The Kennedy Space Center. Waterways, Manatee, Marinas, more water then take the exit toward Port Canaveral/N Cargo Piers and merge onto FL-401 S - Then you are there! All of this takes only 45 minutes, and we know you will be the star in your group for having found the most reliable, safe and comfortable transportation company in all of Orlando providing transportation from Orlando Airport to Port Canaveral cruise terminals..
On the north side of Port Canaveral there are currently 3 fully active International Passenger Cruise Line terminals. There is an additional terminal being constructed for Carnival Ecstasy arriving at Port Canaveral sometime in the latter part of November this year. The ships dock at the following A Side (North) Terminals:
- Cruise Terminal 5 - Carnival Sensation / Norwegian Sun, Gem
- Cruise Terminal 8 - Disney Dream, Fantasy
- Cruise Terminal 10 - Carnival Dream / Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas, Monarch of the Seas
Upon arriving to the terminal for your cruise there are porters (luggage handlers) that are waiting to take responsibility for your checked baggage. These bags will arrive at your cabin or state room later on that day. The ground level entrances are only a few hundred feet from the passenger drop off areas at all three terminals. We assure you having the assistance of our company through this easy process will help you avoid what could possibly become an ordeal. Parking at the cruise terminals is $15.00 per day. Driving there yourself can take much longer than simply being dropped right at the front door. You have to drop off and then park, and then pay for the duration. What we have here is the best way for passengers arriving in Orlando to get to their cruises. If you need transportation from Orlando Airport to Port Canaveral Cruise Terminals, look no further than Orlando Chauffeured Services - OCS - Orlando