Port Canaveral Shuttles You can book a variety of ride options including SuperShuttle Blue Van shared shuttle, private van or town car service. All options provide a reliable and stress-free means to get from or to Fort Lauderdale Airport. The map on the right is an estimate of the route and travel time.
Yes, the driving distance between Fort Lauderdale to Port Canaveral is 186 miles. It takes approximately 3h 9m to drive from Fort Lauderdale to Port Canaveral. Where can I stay near Port Canaveral? There are 153+ hotels available in Port Canaveral.
Orlando Melbourne International Airport (MLB) is located approximately 25 miles (40 minutes) south of Port Canaveral.
How long does it take to get from the cruise port in Fort Lauderdale to airport?
Port Everglades, the only U.S. cruise port adjacent to an international airport, is easily accessible and just 10 minutes from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL).
Port Canaveral is 45 miles away from the Orlando Airport (MCO). The drive typically takes between 45-60 minutes, depending on traffic.
Shared shuttles from the Orlando Airport to Port Canaveral run regularly between 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM and will drop you off right at your ship with plenty of time to board. If you also need transportation from Port Canaveral to the Orlando Airport, simply book our round-trip option.
What port do cruises leave from in Fort Lauderdale?
Located in Greater Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, Port Everglades has more homeported cruise ships than any port worldwide. Click here for your 2020 Cruise Guide.
Where do cruise ships leave from Fort Lauderdale?
Port Everglades is the main cruise port near Fort Lauderdale, but just a few miles away you’ll find beautiful white-sand beaches, a lively food and shopping scene, and cerulean blue waterways dotted with impressive yachts and sailboats.
The modern Port Canaveral is one of the largest cruise terminals in the US. Located in Cape Canaveral, it’s just 45 minutes from Downtown Orlando. Port Canaveral is Florida’s fastest-growing port and the 3rd busiest cruise port in the world.
U.S. citizens on closed-loop cruises can enter or depart the country on the cruise with proof of citizenship. However, it is possible that one or more of the destination countries on your itinerary may require a passport to enter.