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Cruise Parking FT Lauderdale
CheapFtLauderdaleCruisePortParking.com has partnered with hotels and parking lots near both
entrances of PTE seaport to find parking options that will save you money. These partnerships
enable you to easily get to the airport without having to pay an arm and a leg.
Cheap PTE Parking guarantees you’ll have parking near the seaport; whether you choose the North
entrance or South entrance. All of our partner locations provide transportation to the seaport, and
will pick you up when you return. We want to simplify seaport parking. Just bring your
confirmation to the location you choose, and prepare to take off!
PTE Cruiseport Arrival Departure
Port Everglades in Ft. Lauderdale, FL has more cruise lines, more sailings and more itineraries than
any other seaport in the world. It's the world-class services and facilities that make it smooth
sailing for the cruise-bound. Cruise passengers enjoy:
9 spacious and air-conditioned cruise terminals
Vending machines, restrooms and seating areas in terminals
Secured parking in two parking garages with 4,500 spaces and two gated surface lots
close(walkable) to the terminals
Free cell phone waiting lots on weekends for pickups
Efficient drop-off areas and parking ramps
Covered walkways for cruise passengers
Elevator/escalator access to gangways
Shuttle service to select distant terminals from parking garages
Vehicle-to-ship porter service for baggage
Ground transportation: airport, highway, buses, taxis, rental cars - all with easy access
Conveniently located next to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL)
Great for a pre or post cruise vacation in the Greater Fort Lauderdale area
It's highly recommended to contact your cruise line before arriving at Port Everglades to
confirm your schedule and terminal information. This is very important if severe weather is
threatening the area.
Cruise lines ask that you board a minimum of two hours before departure. Most do not
begin check-in before 11 a.m.
Bring a government-issued photo ID. Everyone in the vehicle that is 18-years-old and older
must show ID at the security checkpoint.
Do not pack ID or cruise documents in your luggage - keep them handy.
Heightened security measures at the Port help ensure your safety. Please cooperate with
security personnel to expedite boarding.
Weapons of any type are not permitted inside the port, no exceptions.
Please tag your luggage. Pleae complete and stick the luggage tags provided by your cruise
line before you give your luggage to porters for stateroom delivery.
Carry on any valuables, breakables, personal items and medications, along with your photo
ID and cruise documents.
Directional signs with ship names and terminal assignments are updated daily, so just
follow the signs.
Returning Passengers (Disembarktation)
Cruise passengers are typically not allowed ashore until several hours after the ship's has
arrived at port.
People coming to pick up returning cruise guests on weekends may park for free in our cell
phone waiting lot at the Port Administration Building. This is can be found at 1850 Eller
Drive, just past the security checkpoint at the I-595 entrance to the Port and at the lot north
of Cruise Terminal 18. There is also paid parking available in the Parking Garages.
Upon arrival in port, all baggage is brought to the Customs area for inspection.
After inspection is complete, you can use the porter services that are hired by the cruise
lines. They will deliver your bags to private cars, taxis, and limousines or to baggage trucks
for direct delivery to the airport.
If you have a late flight, you can extend your vacation with a tour of Greater Fort Lauderdale
and Hollywood cities in Florida. Many of the cruise lines offer post-cruise shore excursions
that take care of your transportation and luggage.
For more information visit