Miami Cruise ship Terminal Map
Seven cruise terminals - among the most modern in the world - have been designed to quickly move passengers from land to sea. Drive-in passengers can opt for convenient on-port parking with special arrangements for travelers with disabilities. For those arriving by taxi, shuttle bus or limousine, drop off is directly in front of each terminal and entryways are designed for a quick and easy check-in and boarding process.
(Click to open a PDF map of PortMiami's terminals and parking garages)
Terminals D & E
These 105, 000 square-foot ultramodern, three-story structures can accommodate travelers sailing on "mega-ships" capable of carrying as many as 5, 000 passengers. Each has a VIP lounge, a high-tech security screening facility for embarkation, airline counters and an airport-style conveyor baggage system. Additionally, each features a one-stop federal multi-agency facility for passenger processing.
Designed to cater to travelers sailing on Oceania Cruises, Crystal Cruises and Azamara Cruise Lines as well as Regent Seven Seas, Terminal J recently underwent a $3 million facelift. Upgrades include new furniture, additional lounge seating, a complete renovation of restrooms, brand new check-in counters and exotic landscaping in the atrium.
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