The Port of Miami is currently home to some of the world's most exciting and modern cruise ships. The Port of Miami was happy to welcome two new cruise lines to the fleet in the winter of 2012: Disney Cruise Line and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
The Disney Wonder began sailing from the Port of Miami in December 2012 with four- and five-night cruises to the Bahamas and Western Caribbean. This marks the first time a Disney ship is cruising out from a South Florida port.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises joined its sister company, Oceania Cruises, at the Port of Miami in the fall of 2012. Both the Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Navigator will sail a series of longer cruises to the Caribbean, South America, and Yucatan Peninsula.
Last year, the Port of Miami welcomed more than 4 million cruise passengers. Miami continues to be the departure destination of choice for cruises to the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Mexico and other exciting destinations. The 2013 cruise season featured six new ships in the line-up including some of the world's most luxurious and innovative cruise vessels.
Seven of the most modern cruise terminals in the world are designed to move passengers from land to sea quickly. Drive-in passengers have the choice of convenient on-port parking with special arrangements for travelers with disabilities available. For passengers arriving by taxi, shuttle bus or limousine, drop off is directly in front of each terminal and the entryways are designed for a quick, easy and convenient check-in and boarding process.
Carnival's 3,690-passenger Carnival Breeze, is now sailing year-round six- and eight-day Caribbean cruises from Miami and is their new newest ship. The Celebrity Reflection is the newest and widely acclaimed Solstice Class ship from Celebrity Cruises. The ship is a 2,800-passenger vessel sailing alternating seven-night eastern and western Caribbean cruises. Oceania Cruises has brought its ultra-deluxe ship, the new Riviera to Miami. This 1,250-passenger vessel sails a series of longer cruises to the Caribbean and the Panama Canal from the Port.