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2024 Guide to Cruise Parking at Port Tampa Bay

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Introduction

This is a complete guide to Port Tampa Bay Cruise Parking for Carnival, Norwegian, Royal Caribbean, and Celebrity Cruise lines.

Parking at Terminal 6 - Port Tampa Bay

Port Tampa Bay Cruise Parking – The 3 available options:

  • SHIP-SIDE PARKING AT Port Tampa Bay 
  • COMMERCIAL OFF-SITE PARKING (private lots near the Port)
  • HOTEL PARKING

NOTE: If you arrive in the area on the morning of your cruise then you cannot park at a hotel. 

What is best for some may not work for others so ultimately you have to pick what fits your budget and needs!

Port Tampa Bay Cruise Terminal and Area Map

Here is a detailed map of the Port Tampa Bay Cruise Ship terminals and parking lots for passengers. You will find accurate locations of:

  • Cruise Hotels
  • Rental Car Agencies
  • Cruise Terminals
  • Cruise Terminal Parking lots and garages
  • Public Transportation Maps – Trolley

Please go here to open a full-screen map in your browser – Cruise Port Tampa Bay Map

Port Tampa Bay Parking Ship-side: The most convenient and expensive option

Here is a map of the cruise terminals and parking garages/lots at Port Tampa Bay.

Cruise Terminals and Portside Parking (Shown in blue. Purple are commercial parking lots)

Officially the parking lots/garages open early for entry. In reality, if you arrive before 9 am then you have to deal with vehicles slowly departing the current cruise meaning you may not get a spot near the ships or elevators (yet)!

  • You drive up to the cruise terminal, drop your family and/or luggage at the porters, then
  • Drive around to park your vehicle in the garage (terminals 2 and 3) or open parking lot (terminal 6), and
  • Walk back to meet your family.
  • Valet parking is available at extra cost and is recommended if you have trouble walking.

No hassles and no waiting on shuttle buses especially after your cruise when the family is tired and grumpy!

TIP – Please know there are many attendants ready to direct you when you arrive at the cruise terminal. DO NOT BE WORRIED about a thing! Just get yourself to the correct terminal and the attendants will show you where to drop your luggage, where to park, how to pay, etc .

This convenience is not cheap ($15 per day – you must include your departure and arrival days). Credit cards only. Attendants are available in case you need assistance.

3-NIGHT CRUISE – $45 4-NIGHT CRUISE – $60 5-NIGHT CRUISE – $75 6-NIGHT CRUISE – $90 7-NIGHT CRUISE – $105 8-NIGHT CRUISE – $120

Oversized vehicles such as RVs must park in open-surface lots nearby. Special rates apply.

You can reserve and prepay for parking online – there is a $5 convenience fee. Simply pick your cruise ship and date on the Port Website and complete the booking process in just a few minutes! You will then receive a bar code via email that will be scanned by an attendant when you arrive. You may or may not be handed a parking sign to place on your dashboard.

For the latest information please visit the Official Port Tampa Bay website

The Official Parking Garage

There are two official Port Tampa Bay parking areas –

  • Surface Lot at Terminal 6
  • Multi-level Garage across from Terminals 2 and 3

Both are managed by The Car Park with properties nationwide.

Port Tampa Bay Parking Garage - note the elevators and stairs. The tunnel is NOT the entrance!

Note the entrance to the Garage. It is at the northern end of the building at 810 Channelside Drive as shown in the photo below. It is best to approach the entrance from the north because turning right is easier than making a left across oncoming traffic.

The Port Tampa Bay Parking Garage entrance is to the left in the photo

The maximum height of the parking garage is 8’2″ as shown in the photo below.

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The parking garage has 6 floors. There is an ATM on the ground floor. Be careful when crossing Channelside Dr. It is a very busy road at times.

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Terminal 2 – Royal Caribbean

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It gets very busy at the entrance to Terminal 2 because the location is in the middle of several Downtown attractions. It is best to approach the entrance from the south along Channelside Dr so you can turn right into the Terminal. Coming from the north is frustrating because you have to turn left facing endless oncoming traffic.

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  • Set your GPS to 651 Channelside Drive, Tampa.
  • Try to approach from the South (drive north along Channelside Dr)
  • Turn right into the Terminal then keep left towards the luggage handlers/valet and drop your luggage/passengers. If you paid for valet parking your job is done! Otherwise,
  • Drive out and veer left and around to return to Channelside Dr.
  • Turn right on Channelside Dr and get in the left lane to turn left into the Parking Garage.
  • Attendants will assist you at the pay stations.
  • You continue to drive higher until you find a place to park.
  • You then take the stairs or elevator down to busy Channelside Dr, cross the street to meet up with your family and enter the main building where you clear security.

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Terminal 3 – Carnival, Norwegian

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Terminal 3 is easier to navigate than Terminal 2 because there is less traffic further north along Channelside Dr.

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  • Set your GPS to 815 Channelside Drive, Tampa.
  • At the traffic light, turn onto E York Street towards Terminal 3 and then take the first right.
  • Veer left towards the Terminal and find the luggage handlers/valet. Drop your luggage/passengers. If you paid for valet parking your job is done! Otherwise,
  • Drive out and turn left to E York St and left again at the traffic light on Channelside Dr.
  • Drive south on Channelside Dr in the right lane to turn right into the Parking Garage.
  • You then take the stairs or elevator down to busy Channelside Dr, cross the street and walk back to Terminal 3 to meet up with your family, and enter the main building where you clear security.

Terminal 6 – Celebrity, Royal Caribbean

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Terminal 6 has a surface parking lot adjacent to the terminal building.

  • Set your GPS to 1331 McKay Street, Tampa.
  • At the traffic light, turn onto McKay St towards Terminal 6 and then take the first right.
  • Veer left towards the Terminal and look for the luggage handlers/valet. Drop your luggage/passengers. If you paid for valet parking your job is done! Otherwise,
  • Drive out and turn left to McKay St and left again into the surface parking lot.
  • You then walk back to Terminal 6 to meet up with your family and enter the main building where you clear security.

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Port Tampa Bay Parking Off-site Near the Port – Shuttle bus services at a lower cost

There are six commercial off-site Port Tampa Bay parking options – shown on my map above.   Some are booking agents – online companies that offer parking via discounted contracts with local hotels and parking partners.

If you drive up on the day of your cruise looking for discounted parking, off-site parking will save you money. You will use a shuttle bus to and from the cruise terminals – it is not as convenient as ship-side parking – but cheaper!

If you stayed at a hotel you will most likely park your vehicle at the hotel for the duration of your cruise. Generally speaking, the hotel security is not as good as the fenced & gated off-site parking facilities. So you have to consider more than just cost when comparing your parking options.

Booking Agents

When you search online for cruise parking at Port Tampa Bay, you will see ads for several booking agents. These online agents don’t own parking lots (or transport vans in most cases). Instead, they have agreements with local hotels, parking facilities, and transport companies to sell parking spaces/transfers online – often at a discount to the consumer.

They change partners and rates quite often and it is hard to keep up with their parking options! Please visit their respective websites for the latest choices.

How safe is it to book parking with agents instead of booking directly with a parking facility? Agents come and go and change names and partners all the time. So it is impossible to generalize but you should be OK with established agents. Just know that you are not dealing directly with a parking facility/operator. Should something go wrong, you cannot address the problem in person at a parking facility. You must deal with an online agent who may be thousands of miles away from Tampa!

Rightway Parking – A nationwide agency with parking partners at many airports and cruise ports. At Port Tampa Bay, they offer several parking options, including hotel parking.

Park Connect – A local agency with good deals for cruise parking near Port Tampa Bay. They offer nearby parking garages at a lower cost than booking direct.

Parking Cost Comparison:

Always check the websites for the latest pricing because they change often. Book online for the best rates :

Ship-side parking  for 8 days – 7-night cruise –  $110 

  • 241 Car Services . $8.99 per day + taxes + booking fee = $74.65 for 8 days.
  • Park4Cruise . $10.50 + taxes + booking fee = $83.03 for 8 days.
  • Rightway Parking – Hampton $12.99 per day + taxes + booking fee = $119.99 for 8 days.
  • Rightway Parking – 26th St . $6.99 per day + taxes + booking fee = $70.21 for 8 days.
  • Rightway Parking – Channelside . $9.99 per day + taxes + booking fee = $97.78 for 8 days.
  • Rightway Parking – 1063 Channelside . $7.99 per day + taxes + booking fee = $85.57 for 8 days.
  • Rightway Parking – Union Station . $4.99 per day + taxes + booking fee = $51.04 for 8 days.
  • Park Connect . $75.25 for 8 days.

Location considerations for off-site parking:

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  • 241 Car Services   – Two locations. The main lot is a short distance to the north of Terminal 6 across the road at 1236 Channelside Dr. There is a small lot behind the Port Parking Garage at 223 South 12th Street. You must leave your keys at both locations because they squeeze the vehicles into the lot spaces. Security gate at the Channelside lot only. Shuttles available.

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  • Park4Cruise – Across the road from Terminal 6 at 1016 Channelside Dr. Security gate. Shuttles available.

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  • Rightway Parking – 5 lots with free shuttle service. The lot near Union Station is the least used. No security gate. The 26th St lot near Ikea is the largest and cheapest. Security gate. The busiest lot is across the road from Terminal 3. Security gate. The 1063 lot across the road from Terminal 6 is small with no security gate. If you want a parking garage, I strongly suggest the garage connected to the Hampton Inn / Home 2 just a few blocks away. This lot is expensive.

Location of the Hampton Home 2 Parking Garage

  • Park Connect – A local discount parking agent. They use garages within a block of the cruise terminals. Garage directions are emailed upon booking. No shuttle services – you can walk to the terminals.

Port Tampa Bay Parking At Hotels Near The Port

We think there are excellent parking deals at some hotels but the negatives often negate the positives!

Please read my article about Hotel Parking near Port Tampa Bay .

TIP – Do not worry about parking until much later in the booking process. First, book the perfect hotel for your family, then start to think about your parking options.

For example, if you have young kids who like pools then pick a hotel with a fun pool design. If you want to watch the cruise ships come and go then pick another. Or do you want to overlook the ocean and beach, or just hope to stay as cheap as possible anywhere within 30 minutes or so from the port ?

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Tampa Cruise Ship Terminal Directions and Parking

Port Tampa Bay Terminal #3 815 Channelside Drive Tampa, Florida 33602

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Parking Information Rates are subject to change.

  • Covered Parking Garage with 24/7 surveillance
  • Reserve online and pay in advance
  • Advance reservations are not required 
  • Full payment due upon entering the garage 
  • Accepted forms of payment: U.S Dollars; Visa; MasterCard; American Express; The Discover Card
  • Disabled Parking is available
  • Oversized vehicles will be charged per space, per day 
  • Maximum height of vehicles allowed into the garage is 7'2"; vehicles exceeding this height or requiring more than one parking space are required valet park in the ‘Oversized Vehicle Lot’.

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Last updated on January 21st, 2024 at 01:14 pm

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Where is the Port of Tampa Bay?

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Port of Tampa Bay, Terminal 2: 651 Channelside Drive Tampa, Florida 33602

Port of Tampa Bay, Terminal 3: 815 Channelside Drive Tampa, Florida 33602

Royal Caribbean Directions to Tampa, Florida Cruise Terminal:

From Tampa International Airport (10 miles):

  • Exit the Airport and follow signs to I-275 North.
  • I-275 merges with I-4 East.
  • Take I-4 East to Exit #1 (Ybor City).
  • Go south on 21st Street, turn right on Adamo Drive (Hwy 60).
  • Turnleft (south) on Channelside Drive.
  • Cruise Terminal 3 main entrance is approximately 5 blocks South on Channelside Drive.
  • Entrance is on the left at Cumberland Street.
  • In the event of a last minute change in pier assignments, signage will indicate the assigned terminal for your particular ship.

Parking Information

A parking garage is located at 810 Channelside Drive, across the street from Terminal 3. The parking fee is approximately $15 per day (subject to change), and is payable upon entry into the parking area in the form of cash or credit card. For additional parking information please call (813) 905-7678.

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Find 717 cruise parking locations, union station parking lot, 700 n. nebraska ave., tampa   33602.

Our Union Station Parking lot is in the perfect location for Port of Tampa cruise parking customers to utilize for only $3.99 per day. It is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Tampa, across from the Amtrak station. Look for our lot on the corner of E. Zack Street and N. Nebraska Avenue.

Tampa Cruise Parking at E. Zack Street and N. Nebraska Avenue

FROM NORTH I-275

Head north on I-275 N, take exit 44 toward Downtown E/Downtown W. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Tampa St. and merge onto N. Tampa St. Turn left onto E Cass St. Turn right onto Pierce St. Turn left onto E Zack St. Lot is on the left when you reach N. Nebraska. Amtrak station is on opposite side of N. Nebraska.

FROM SOUTH I-275

Head south on I-275 S toward Exit 46A. Take exit 46A toward Floribraska Ave. Merge onto N Elmore Ave. Turn left onto E. Floribraska Ave. Take the 3rd right onto N. Nebraska Ave. Continue 1.3 miles to E. Zack St. The Amtrak station will be on your left. Parking will be on your right.

FROM I-4 WEST

Head west on I-4. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Interstate 275/Tampa International Airport/Saint Petersburg. Take exit 45A toward Downtown E. Turn left onto Scott St. Turn right onto N. Nebraska Ave. Continue 0.3 miles to E. Zack St. The Amtrak station will be on your left. Parking will be on your right.

12th Street Parking Lot

223 n. 12th st., tampa, fl   33602.

We have acquired a new secured parking lot for Port of Tampa cruise parking customers to utilize for only $4.99 per day. It's located off Channelside Drive, less than half a mile from the Cruise Terminals. Simply check in and drop off your bags at the port before parking for an easy 6 minute walk by foot.

Tampa Cruise Parking at Channelside Drive and Kennedy Blvd.

Head south on I-275, take exit 45 A towards Downtown. Keep left to take the Jefferson ramp towards Downtown East. Turn slight left onto N. Orange Ave. Turn left onto E. Cass St. Turn right onto N. Nebraska Ave. Turn left onto E. Twiggs St. Turn right onto N. Meridian Ave. Turn left onto E. Kennedy Blvd. Take the 2nd right onto Channelside Dr. Parking will be on your right.

Merge onto I-275 N. toward Tampa. Take exit 44 toward Downtown East-West. Merge onto N Ashley Dr. toward Downtown-West. Turn left onto E Jackson St/FL-60. Turn left onto US-41 Bus S/FL-60/FL-45/N Meridian Ave. Take the 1st right onto E Kennedy Blvd/US-41 Bus S/FL-60/FL-45. Take the 2nd right onto Channelside Dr. Parking will be on your right.

Take the 22nd St exit, EXIT 1, toward Cruise Ships/21st St. Stay straight to go onto FL-585. Take the 1st left onto N 21st St/FL-585. Continue to follow N 21st St. Turn right onto E Adamo Dr/US-41 Bus N/FL-60/FL-45. Keep left at the fork to go on US-41 Bus N/FL-60/FL-45. Parking will be to the right.

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112 n. 12th st., tampa, fl   33602.

SkyHouse Garage Parking is perfect for Port of Tampa cruise parking customers to utilize for only $4.99 per day. It's our closest locaton to the Cruise Terminals at .03 miles away! Simply check in and drop off your bags at the port before parking for an short and easy walk back to get on your ship!.

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By NRichard10 , September 27, 2018 in Florida Departures

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Looking for parking options at the Port of Tampa. Sailing on Miracle on 10/14/18. Are there any other options other than the parking garage that is reasonably priced, but safe to leave the car?

Thank you in advance for your help.

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You might want to ask on the Florida Departures board.

GTO-Girl

Looking for parking options at the Port of Tampa. Sailing on Miracle on 10/14/18. Are there any other options other than the parking garage that is reasonably priced, but safe to leave the car? Thank you in advance for your help.

In Tampa I would park at the port and pay the one time extra fee of $20 for valet.

Well worth it!!

evandbob

We also did the valet park and found it was easy and worth it. Drop off is right in front of the terminal, and it took less than 3 minutes to retrieve the vehicle after we disembarked.

cruisingwiththegang

My park connect. Uses the same parking lit as port. It is 49 for the week

Do they have a website?

ZoeyVictoria

ZoeyVictoria

I am very interested in this because we are on the Paradise leaving tomorrow and I still haven’t made a decision. Can you provide more details please? Is it really inside a garage? Is the garage owned by somebody else who could have our car towed? Sounds a bit too good to be true, could you please explain how it works? Thank you.

Islandbuoy

It's the same channelside garage, that u can pay twice as much for the other way.

I researched this, everything looked good, so I booked it this morning. I immediately received an email directing me to the Channelside Garage - for $42.80 instead of $75.00! Thank you.

1,000+ Club

We cruise out of Tampa all the time and only do Valet parking. Worth the $20 per day. We get a porter to schlep our luggage and he takes it right out to where Valet brings our car.. Cars in Valet parking are right next to the ship and not off somewhere far away. Highly recommend it.

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Bearsthatsail

We have used The Parking Doctors more than once. Fast, friendly service and reasonable price.

Thank you everyone for your suggestions. I will look into all of them.

villager70

We have used the Valet all the times in the last few cruises out of Tampa. You pull into terminal and tell police officers in roadway drop off and valet. You pull forward and porter takes luggage and valet attendant parks car in fenced lot next to terminal three. Desk is right at elevator. When you return you walk out of terminal turn right about 50 feet and give attendant ticket. Your vehicle is on curb in about two minutes. Best $20.00 for valet . Beats dragging across 3 surface lots to Channelside garage and up to floors. We live in Florida and im a 30 year retired Police officer and you don't want to park in some of those lots. They look good with terminal photos and some have limited shuttles and everybody wants them at once. Have used Channelside garage and very good except for distance from terminal to car

A couple sites for Tampa Valet

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On 9/29/2018 at 8:17 AM, ZoeyVictoria said:   I researched this, everything looked good, so I booked it this morning. I immediately received an email directing me to the Channelside Garage - for $42.80 instead of $75.00! Thank you.

How was your experience with ParkConnect?   Looking to use them on our November cruise, but haven't been able to find much about them.

It was perfect, and I have my fingers crossed that it will last so we can use them again.  When I made the reservation online I immediately received a receipt and instructions on what to expect.  We arrived at the Channelside garage entrance and were asked for $75 by the attendant.   We explained that we were prepaid and handed her our receipt.  She told us to park on level 1 and just drive out the open door when we returned from the cruise.  So we got the $75 parking experience for $42.80.

Thank you, making my reservation now.  

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Can 100% disabled veterans with wheel chair disable tags on their car park at Tampa Cruise Port free,we park free in Fll 

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Is the Channelside parking garage for all cruise lines? We have never been out of Tampa, going on RCC Brilliance. Do you think we are near are RCC terminal if we park at the garage?  My husband is visually impaired so walking all over the world will not work for us. 

Thank you. 

JohninDC

On ‎10‎/‎21‎/‎2018 at 12:49 AM, ED MARYANN said: Can 100% disabled veterans with wheel chair disable tags on their car park at Tampa Cruise Port free,we park free in Fll 

For any vehicle with modifications i.e.:

  • Foot Controls
  • Hand Controls
  • Extended Pedals
  • Wheelchair Lift
  • Wheelchair Ramp
  • 100% Disabled Veterans

Here is everything you need to know about parking at the Tampa port:

https://www.porttb.com/parking

1 hour ago, kelbell said: Is the Channelside parking garage for all cruise lines? We have never been out of Tampa, going on RCC Brilliance. Do you think we are near are RCC terminal if we park at the garage?  My husband is visually impaired so walking all over the world will not work for us.  Thank you. 

If the Brilliance is leaving and returning to Terminal 6 then you can park right at the terminal.  If you are sailing from Terminal 3 then parking is across the street in the Channelside parking garage.

Because your husband is visually impaired I would opt to pay the one time extra charge of $20 and use the valet.  That way no matter which terminal you are sailing from his walking would be greatly minimized.

Parking can be prepaid and booked online if you wish....

I hope you have a wonderful cruise!!

Thank you GTO-Girl. 👍

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Breaking Down All Major Cruise Departure Ports In The U.S. And What Makes Each Unique

E xperience the explosive growth of the cruise industry firsthand as we explore the major departure ports in the United States. Don’t be left behind; join the millions of satisfied cruisers who have discovered the ultimate vacation experience. But we know that hopping on board can be intimidating, especially when choosing the right port, ship, and cruise line. That’s why I’m here to guide you through it all.

Starting in the North Atlantic and working our way down to the South Atlantic, including the bustling ports of Florida, we’ll cover everything you need to know. We’ll then move on to the Gulf of Mexico and, finally, the beautiful Pacific. Learn about several American ports, from suggestions on getting to the port to a detailed list of all the cruise lines that sail from each location.

But that’s not all — I’ll also highlight each port’s unique features and attractions so you can make the most of your vacation before and after embarking on your cruise. Get ready for a vacation that gives you the most bang for your buck — starting with the perfect departure port.

Buckle in and get your popcorn; this will be a long one.

North Atlantic

The North Atlantic region has quite a few ports. It primarily sails to Bermuda, New England, and Canada. However, they also do trans-Atlantic and other specialty cruises from a few ports.

Pro Tip : Always label and prepare your luggage for easy transport . When driving, simply drive to the cruise terminal and hand over your bags. No need to fret if you need tape or a stapler — the friendly baggage handlers will assist you. Remember to show appreciation by tipping them before parking or returning your car.

Boston Cruise Port – Raymond L. Flynn Black Falcon Terminal (Massachusetts)

Simplify your cruise parking experience at the Flynn Cruiseport in the Seaport District near Boston Harbor. Park easily at Congress Street parking or take a free shuttle from your hotel. Boston Logan International Airport is just a quick 10-minute drive away. The MBTA Silver Line bus stops within one block of the terminal for even more convenience.

Parking will cost you $27 per night.

Sailing From Here: Celebrity, Holland America , Norwegian, Royal Caribbean, Seabourn

Points Of Interest: Boston Fish Pier, Fenway Park, Paul Revere House, Old North Church, Boston Children’s Museum, Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum. 

Brooklyn Cruise Terminal (Red Hook Section, New York)

Discover the best cruise ports in New York. Brooklyn and Cape Liberty (in Bayonne, New Jersey) take center stage, with Manhattan playing a supporting role. As a premier cruise destination, New York offers voyages to Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, and beyond.

Parking at Brooklyn Cruise Port may seem challenging, but a constant flow of arrivals and departures keeps things moving. While the $45 daily fee offers stunning views of the Statue of Liberty, other convenient options are available, such as private taxis, Uber, shuttles, or the subway. For a unique experience, consider taking the train from Penn Station or Grand Central Station.

Sailing From Here: Cunard , MSC Cruises, Princess

Points Of Interest: Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Prospect Park

Fun Fact: Per CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association), most cruise passengers arrive in a port city a day in advance and spend nearly $400 per person on food, hotel, and transportation.

Cape Liberty Cruise Port (New Jersey)

Parking is slightly cheaper here than at Brooklyn’s cruise port and there are overflow lots during the busy season with free shuttles available. Cars run $30 per day and RVs $60. 

Sailing From Here: Celebrity , Royal Caribbean

Points Of Interest: Teardrop Memorial, Hudson River Waterfront, The Mills at Jersey Gardens (outlet mall)

Port Of Baltimore (Maryland)

I find the Baltimore cruise port one of the most accessible places to embark in the country. Parking is $15 daily (cashless) and you can walk to the terminal after parking. There is also RV parking for $30–$40 daily, depending on the size of your rig. Royal Caribbean and Carnival both offer shuttles to and from BWI airport. 

Sailing From Here: Carnival, Disney, Norwegian, Princess , Royal Caribbean 

Points Of Interest: National Aquarium, Inner Harbor, Maryland Zoo, Fort McHenry National Monument & Historic Shrine

South Atlantic/Florida

Welcome to the sunniest region in the world, where cruise passengers flock in droves! With state-of-the-art terminals and buzzing activity, this destination offers an incredible array of choices. However, be prepared to master the art of patience, as navigating through crowds can be challenging. As someone who has been on 54 cruises, I can attest that more than half of my voyages have departed from these ports.

Port Canaveral (Orlando, Florida)

Prepare to be amazed! Contrary to popular belief, getting to Port Orlando (also known as Port Canaveral) requires a 48-minute drive, as Orlando is not on the coast. Despite the distance and expense of transportation (an Uber is $98), Port Orlando remains the country’s busiest and most powerful cruise port. Your best option is to take the cruise shuttle from Orlando (airport or hotel) to save the hassle of getting there, traffic, and parking fees. If you decide to drive, however, keep in mind that parking costs $17 per day, including RVs.

Sailing From Here: Carnival, Disney , MSC Cruises, Norwegian, Royal Caribbean 

Points Of Interest: Kennedy Space Center , Exploration Tower, Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum (in Orlando), Disney, Universal, Lake Eola Park, Harry P. Leu Gardens

Port Of Miami (Florida)

Discover the colossal cruise port just minutes away from Fort Lauderdale. PortMiami is a bustling hub, welcoming an impressive average of 12 cruise ships daily and 4.1 million passengers annually. Boasting 11 cruise terminals, it is the second busiest cruise port in the country.

While you can park at the port for $22 a day, I highly recommend avoiding the chaos by opting for Uber or a hotel shuttle. With my 10 years of experience living in Florida, I found navigating the port’s parking confusing and lacking proper signage. Thankfully, there are much simpler alternatives to reaching your cruise ship.

But fear not! Despite the initial challenges, PortMiami (known as the Cruise Capital of the World ) is renowned for its efficiency and seamless operation. Like a finely tuned machine, they ensure a hassle-free experience from start to finish. Indulge in the modern marvel that is PortMiami and embark on your dream cruise effortlessly.

Pro Tip: It is important to park in the garage that coincides with your terminal letter (example: Cruise Terminal B — Multi-Level Garage B); though terminals F, G, and V all use Garage G.

Sailing From Here: Azamara Club, Carnival, Celebrity, Disney, MSC Cruises , Norwegian, Oceania, Regent Seven Seas , Royal Caribbean, Seabourn, Virgin Voyages

Points Of Interest: Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, Bayside Marketplace, Wynwood Walls, Little Havana, Jungle Island

Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)

This one may throw you for a loop since Port Everglades is the cruise port you’ll want for departing out of Fort Lauderdale. It is only 3 miles from FLL/Hollywood Airport and 25 miles north of Miami International Airport. Uber or Lyft is your best bet and is relatively inexpensive. Secure parking at Port Everglades (4,000 spaces) runs $15 per day or $19 for oversized vehicles.

Sailing From Here: Carnival, Celebrity, Crystal Cruises , Cunard, Disney, Holland America, Princess, Royal Caribbean, Seabourn, Silversea, Viking Ocean

Points Of Interest: Las Olas Boulevard and Riverwalk, Bonnet House Museum & Gardens, Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, Everglades Holiday Park

Port Tampa Bay (Florida)

Tampa is a treat to sail out of, as the cruise terminal and port are well-marked and laid out. It is secure and monitored 24/7. Parking is $16 per day, or you can use Uber or Lyft for getting dropped off or picked up. Tampa International Airport is 21 minutes from the Port Tampa Bay Cruise Terminal or 90 minutes from Orlando (MCO).

Sailing From Here: Carnival, Royal Caribbean

Points Of Interest: Busch Gardens, The Florida Aquarium, Historic Ybor City

Port Of San Juan (Puerto Rico)

Discover why San Juan, Puerto Rico, is the ultimate destination for incredible cruise lines. From its advantageous Atlantic Ocean location to potential cost savings, this place is a true gem. If you’re planning a trip, I recommend arriving early and staying overnight to avoid airline hiccups.

While some hotels provide free shuttle services, taxis are readily available for a quick 8-mile journey to the cruise port. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to set sail from Old San Juan, which is a vacation before the cruise vacation begins.

Sailing From Here: Celebrity, Crystal, Disney, Norwegian, Oceania, Regent Seven Seas, Royal Caribbean, Silversea, Viking Ocean, Virgin Voyages  

Points Of Interest: Castillo San Felipe del Morro , Old San Juan, Casa Blanca Museum, Fortaleza Street

Gulf Of Mexico

Discover hidden gems and unbeatable prices on Gulf of Mexico cruises! Escape the crowds and embark on an adventure from Galveston, New Orleans, and Mobile. Immerse yourself in vibrant cities and soak up the magic of the gulf. Don’t miss your chance to experience the best-kept secrets of these charming destinations! I plan to include these three embarkation ports in my cruising future over the next few months.

Mobile Alabama Cruise Terminal (Alabama)

While Carnival is the only cruise line that sails from Mobile, it is an excellent option for those seeking a quick vacation option between Texas and Florida. Parking will run you $18 daily, though the closest airport is Pensacola, Florida, an hour away. This is definitely a drive to the cruise port destination. Check out the Mobile Carnival Museum or the USS Alabama in your free time.

Port Of New Orleans (NOLA, Louisiana)

A boatload of ships departs the Port of NOLA, making it the 6th busiest cruise port in the country. It is in the heart of the city with a plethora of amazing things to see and do. It is also a port for the three major river cruises (my bucket list!), which adds a feature most cruise ports don’t offer. Parking runs $25 daily at the Erato and Julia Street terminals.

Sailing From Here: American Cruise Lines , American Queen Steamboat Co., Carnival, Disney, Norwegian, Royal Caribbean, Viking River Cruises

Points Of Interest: New Orleans City Park, Jackson Square, Mardi Gras World, French Quarter, St. Louis Cathedral, National WWII Museum

Port Of Galveston (Texas)

Discover Galveston — the vibrant heart of Texas and the state’s sole major port. With its convenient location, you’ll have easy access to all the city offers. Enjoy hassle-free parking for just $18 per day (discounts available for prepaying) and take advantage of the close proximity to the cruise terminal from the lots.

Port of Galveston’s only downside? The nearest major airport is 40 minutes away in Houston. However, worry not! Numerous shuttle services are available to whisk you directly to the cruise terminal.

Fun Fact: It is hard to believe that 2.2 million cruise passengers use this terminal annually.

Sailing From Here: Carnival, Disney, Royal Caribbean

Points Of Interest: Moody Gardens , Pleasure Pier, Seawall, The Strand

The cruise ports on the West Coast of the United States offer a wide range of fabulous cities, diverse weather, and opportunities for sailing around the area, trans-Pacific crossings, and specialty cruises.

Port Of San Diego (California)

Experience the beauty and convenience of the exceptional Port of San Diego . Getting to the port is a breeze, with various parking options and a convenient cruise ship shuttle from the airport. And that’s only some of it — many cruise lines even offer a complimentary pre-night hotel room.

I personally loved taking advantage of this option before setting sail from the Port of San Diego. Book your cruise now and let the cruise line shuttle take care of the rest. San Diego’s weather is exceptional year-round and the flights are relatively quicker and smoother than in other parts of California. I call this a stress-free cruise port.

Sailing From Here: Celebrity, Disney, Holland America, Norwegian , Princess

Points Of Interest: San Diego Zoo , Gaslamp Quarter, Balboa Park, USS Midway Museum. 

Port Of Los Angeles (California)

Discover the luxury and cruise lines variety at World Cruise Center at Port of Los Angeles (actually in San Pedro, California). Arriving at this massive port is a breeze, whether driving a car or using transportation options like shuttles, taxis, or Uber. Parking is $20 per day.

Avoid the high cost of taxis and enjoy a ride from LAX for just $40 with a rideshare service. From John Wayne Airport, expect to pay around $60, though nearly $100 for a taxi. Embark on your dream cruise effortlessly and at a great price from the World Cruise Center.

Sailing From Here: Azamara , Celebrity, Crystal Cruises, Cunard, Norwegian, Oceania, Princess, Seabourn, Silversea , Viking Ocean

Points Of Interest: Santa Monica Pier, Griffith Observatory, Universal Studios

Port Of Long Beach (California)

Discover the convenient and stress-free Port of Long Beach , just a stone’s throw away from the Los Angeles cruise port. As a cruise port owned by Carnival Corporation , it offers an easier and more accessible experience than LA. Set against the backdrop of the majestic Queen Mary , this gem provides an alternative West Coast sailing experience away from the bustling cities. Located just 23 miles from LAX, you can park your car for only $23 per day. Plus, ample parking options exist for oversized vehicles adjacent to the covered garage.

Points Of Interest: Knott’s Berry Farm , Long Beach Museum of Art, Aquarium of the Pacific 

Port Of San Francisco (California)

For a city this big, I was surprised that the Port of San Francisco was not busier and bigger, but honestly, it is not one bit intimidating. Parking runs around $18 per day and there are many options for getting there, including bus, Uber, Lyft, and shuttles.

Sailing From Here: Crystal Cruises, Disney, Princess, Royal Caribbean

Points Of Interest: Alcatraz Island, Pier 39, Fisherman’s Wharf, Golden Gate Park

Port Of Seattle (Washington)

The cruise port of Seattle is your gateway to Alaska , so hopefully in your lifetime, you’ll explore this one for yourself. There are two terminals (Piers 91 and 66), with parking running $22–$27 per day, though shuttles and Lyft are the most popular ways to get there. The airport is 40 minutes away.

Sailing From Here: Carnival, Celebrity, Holland America, Norwegian, Oceania , Princess, Royal Caribbean

Points Of Interest: Pike Place Market, the Space Needle , Museum of Pop Culture, Chihuly Garden and Glass

This article originally appeared on TravelAwaits

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