The first phase of construction of a new $150 million cruise terminal at Port Canaveral has begun with the start of demolition work on Cruise Terminal 3, one of the port's oldest cruise terminals used for day cruises and vessels just making a port. The deconstruction of the present terminal is expected to be completed by July of this year.
It will be replaced with a new two-story, 188,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art cruise terminal able to accommodate 6,500 cruise passengers. Adjacent to the terminal will be a new parking garage with covered, secure parking space for approximately 1,800 vehicles.
The complete story appeared in the April 27 edition of Cruise News Daily.