Cruises From Port Canaveral

What’s your idea of a great vacation? Discovering exotic new destinations? Fabulous dining?
Exciting activities? Spectacular entertainment? Lavish indulgences? Experience all of this
and more on a cruise vacation from Port Canaveral, Florida on board the finest vessels sailing to the most exotic destinations, secluded beaches and tropical paradises in the world.

Port Canaveral — located right next door to Cocoa Beach — is the second busiest cruise port in the world. During calendar year 2004, a record 4.6 million revenue cruise passengers passed through the Port’s cruise terminals.

There are numerous cruise options at Port Canaveral. Partial day as well as two-, three-, four-, five- and seven-day itineraries are available. From spending a fun day at sea, to a long, romantic dream cruise, we’ve got the best of the best just minutes away from Cocoa Beach!



In October 1993, Carnival Cruise Lines gave Port Canaveral its first mega cruise vessel by home-porting the Carnival Fantasy here. The 2,600-passenger ship sails on three- and four-night cruises to Freeport and Nassau in the Bahamas. Carnival also introduced a whole new spectrum of fun with the Carnival Glory. She is the most impressive and imaginative vessel in the “Fun Ship” fleet. Following her naming ceremony and maiden cruise at Port Canaveral in July 2003, she began 7-day sailings, alternating between the Eastern and Western Caribbean.


The magic and quality of Disney is yours to enjoy when you sail aboard the magnificent oceanliners of Disney to “Discover Unchartered Magic.” Disney Magic set sail in 1998 with the Disney Wonder joining the fleet two years later, both with 3- and 4-day cruises to the Bahamas, Nassau, and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. The Disney Magic converted to a seven-day Eastern Caribbean itinerary in August 2000. In May 2002, the Disney Magic added a Western Caribbean itinerary.


In May 2000, Royal Caribbean International homeported the 2,600-passenger Sovereign of the Seas at Port Canaveral offering three- and four-night cruises to Nassau and Coco Cay, RCI’s private island. RCI’s Mariner of the Seas was christened at Port Canaveral in November 2003 and sails the Eastern and Western Caribbean roundtrip from Port Canaveral. And sailing from Baltimore, Maryland to Key West and the Bahamas, the RCI’s Grandeur of the Seas visits Port Canaveral every Friday.