VIDEO OF THE DAY: Cruise, Cargo and Space All in One Day at Port Canaveral

By  //  April 29, 2018

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80 percent of Port’s revenue is from cruise business

ABOVE VIDEO: Cruise, Cargo and Space Port: Watch as All Three Operations Take Place Simultaneously at Port Canaveral. (Video by Ryan Chylinski/ScienceTripper on Instagram)

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL– As the gateway to Central Florida, Port Canaveral provides facilities for shippers who seek to save time and money as benefits of its proximity to major markets and efficient transportation links.

Shippers will find recent harbor improvements, new cruise and cargo terminals, a new auto facility and now leasing– an inland warehouse and logistics center in Titusville.

Canaveral also is home to U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force facilities, including Surface Deployment and Distribution, and serves as an important export gateway for U.S. government cargo destined to Ascension Island.

Eighty percent of the Port’s revenue is generated from cruise business, making it imperative to provide the state-of-the-art facilities necessary to service today’s largest and most sophisticated cruise ships that now homeport or make a port call for the day.

As a premier maritime gateway, Port Canaveral also is investing in the facilities shippers need to take advantage of Central Florida’s time- and cost-saving location with its proximity to major markets and efficient transportation links.

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