To this date, the port is still expanding, trying to get even bigger, and looking to receive more ships every day, especially during this summer season, when more tourists look for Miami as a tourism destination, as well as the Caribbean Islands (Almost every cruise through the Caribbean goes to Miami). The port, alongside the Miami Dade County, are continuously investing, and innovating to keep the ships coming, and improving the tourists experience on the city of Miami, to keep the city’ status as a leader in this market.
The most popular cruises arriving at the Port of MiamiAs said before, the Port of Miami is one of the busiest cruise ports, and we’ll talk to you about the most popular cruises that constantly arrive at the port.
Carnival Cruise LineThe Cruise Line Carnival is one strong user of the port with its 6 ships that frequently cover routes from the Bahamas and The Caribbean to Miami and vice versa. This line is pretty famous for its destinations, and attractions on the ships, and see the Miami Port as a hub for all of their routes on the region.
The most popular cruises are:
- Carnival Breeze
- Carnival Victory
- Carnival Conquest
- Carnival Ecstasy
- Carnival Liberty
- Carnival Glory
Cruise lineThis cruise line has a new ship that is attracting a lot of attention from tourists; the Norwegian Getaway. It has a 7-night itinerary through the Western Caribbean and stops by the Miami Port on every route. By the other hand, the Norwegian Sky has a permanent route to the Bahamas for 3 or 4 nights, departing from Miami.
In some seasons (mainly in summer) these 2 ships are joined by the Norwegian Sun, Norwegian Pearl, and the Norwegian Star, to make the Cruise Line one of the top lines going through the Miami Port.