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New MSC Termial at Port of Miami
MSC terminal to be the largets cruise terminal in the world
New MSC Termial at Port of Miami
It was announced this week that MSC Cruises would begin construction on the world's largest cruise ship terminal in Miami, which will be the largest in North America. The terminal will have the capacity to handle up to 36,000 people per day and will be able to accommodate three cruise ships.
Located close to Royal Caribbean's Terminal A, the new Miami terminal is slated to open in late 2023 and will serve both international and domestic passengers. It will have the capacity to host three cruise ships of the latest generation at the same time. Construction on two of the new docks is being done by MSC Cruises, with the third being done by Miami-Dade County.
Preparations for the Cruise Capital of the World’s new terminal have been underway since last July, when the Cruise Division of MSC Group and Fincantieri announced a partnership under which Fincantieri Infrastructure would build the state-of-the-art facility. It features a striking design by award-winning global architecture firm Arquitectonica aimed at adding a new layer of beauty to Miami’s iconic skyline.
The new terminal will accommodate the cruise line’s largest and most environmentally advanced cruise ships, including MSC Cruises’ newest flagship, MSC Seashore, and the cruise line’s future LNG-powered World Class ships. Most cruise ships deployed there will be ready to plug in to the local power grid at berth, in line with PortMiami’s plans to enable shore power connectivity.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine-Cava made the following statement:
"In Miami-Dade County, we are forging our way to the future with investments that will stimulate growth and expanded opportunities for our local economy. As our port continues to grow, the opportunities for our community—in jobs, contracts, and services—can only increase,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. “The new MSC mega cruise terminal will simultaneously service three new-generation passenger vessels, potentially handling up to 36,000 travelers per day. This architectural wonder will allow the cruise line to deploy some of its most environmentally high-performing ships, including its new World Class fleet currently under construction. A big thank you to MSC Cruises and Fincantieri for their solid partnership."
President of MSC Cruises USA, Rubén Rodriguez, made the following statement:
"Our new terminal at PortMiami represents MSC Cruises’ commitment to growing in North America and will help drive our expansion in South Florida and beyond. It’s also part of our larger sustainability goals, which include deploying our most modern and environmentally advanced ships to North America, the continued development of our one-of-a-kind Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, and our pledge to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. We’re proud of our partnership with Fincantieri, PortMiami and Miami-Dade County, and it’s a privilege to be able to contribute to the region’s continued growth and vitality."
Terminals at Port of Miami
- Cruise Terminal A
Royal Caribbean Cruises | To book cruises call 954-969-0069
Royal Caribbean's Symphony Of The Seas
- Cruise Terminal B - Norwegian Cruise Line | The Pearl of Miami coming 2020
- Cruise Terminal C
- Cruise Terminal D
- Cruise Terminal E
- Cruise Terminal F
- Cruise Terminal G
- Cruise Terminal H - Bimini Day Cruise - 954-969-0069
- Cruise Terminal J
Parking lots at Port of Miami
- Garage C
- Garage D
- Garage G
- Garage J
- Lot 2 ( for oversized vehicles)
- Lot J
- Lot E
Terminal A | Royal Caribbean Cruises
Terminal A is designed by Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. The new cruise terminal, at Port of Miami, can recive the largest cruise ships in the world.
For Disabled Persons
Miami-Dade County Ordinance requires all guests with a disabled parking permit or license tag to pay standard parking rates except as provided by Florida State Law. However, two hours of complimentary parking will be provided to vehicles displaying a disabled parking permit or license tag.
In accordance with Florida Statute 316.1964, ONLY vehicles with specialized equipment such as ramps, lifts, or foot or hand controls, for use by a person who has a disability, or any vehicle displaying a State of Florida license plate for disabled veterans Adobe PDF issued under s. 320.084, s. 320.0842, or s. 320.0845 or displaying the Florida Toll Exemption permit, is exempt from parking charges.