October 19, 2021

Royal Caribbean’s new terminal

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Royal Caribbean opened a new terminal at PortMiami. Here’s a look inside

By Johnny Diaz from Sun Sentinel

Royal Caribbean has found a new home for its largest cruise ships.

The Doral-based cruise line unveiled its new Terminal A at PortMiami on Nov. 2.

The sleek terminal, which resembles a ship, will be the base for the company’s Symphony of the Seas, currently the world’s largest cruise ship, as well as sister ship Allure of the Seas. Symphony of the Seas, which measures 1,188 feet long, has a capacity of 6,680 passengers.

Miami-Dade County mayor Carlos A. Giménez said, “With the opening of Terminal A, we are excited to welcome even more visitors to Miami.”

The port handles about 750,000 passengers a year from Royal Caribbean or about 15 percent of the total port traffic. With the new terminal, the cruise line officials expect to boost that number to 2 million passengers a year.


Royal Caribbean recently unveiled its new Terminal A at PortMiami.  The terminal will be home to the cruise line’s (and the world’s) largest ships, the Symphony of the Seas and Allure of the Seas.

Here is a look inside the terminal, which is the largest cruise line terminal in the United States, according to the Doral-based company.

(Johnny Diaz)

For more on this story go to; https://www.sun-sentinel.com/travel/florida-cruise-guide/fl-fea-royal-caribbean-new-terminal-port-miami-20181105-story.html

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