WATCH REPLAY: Port Canaveral CEO John Murray Hosts Exciting 2019 ‘State of the Port’ Address

By  //  November 14, 2019

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on Delicious Digg This Stumble This

Port's statewide economic impact was $3.9 billion

WATCH REPLAY: Port Canaveral Chief Executive Officer John Murray hosted the 2019 “State of the Port” address at Cruise Terminal 10 on Wednesday that highlighted the port’s impressive statewide $3.9 billion economic impact, 4.6 million multi-day passenger movements and initiatives to improve the health of the local ecosystems. (Port Canaveral video)

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Port Canaveral Chief Executive Officer John Murray delivered the 2019 “State of the Port” address at Cruise Terminal 10 on Wednesday that highlighted the port’s impressive statewide $3.9 billion economic impact, 4.6 million multi-day passenger movements and initiatives to improve the health of the local ecosystems.

Cruise lines, guests and crew visits generated $1.3 billion in tourism expenditures in Central Florida and Murray detailed the exciting construction projects currently underway, including the Cruise Terminal 3 complex now under construction for use by Carnival Cruise Line and scheduled to open in mid-2020.

The new CT3 will host the mammoth 183,900 ton, 5,300-passenger Carnival Mardi Gras, which will be the cruise line’s first ship to run on liquefied natural gas (LNG), a form of fuel that produces almost zero emissions.

SEE THE ABOVE VIDEO TO VIEW THE ENTIRE PRESENTATION

WATCH: New Study Shows Port Canaveral is Huge Economic Driver for Florida’s Overall EconomyRelated Story:
WATCH: New Study Shows Port Canaveral is Huge Economic Driver for Florida’s Overall Economy

Leave a Comment