A year ago ground was broken on Port Canaveral’s $65 million then-upcoming cruise terminal, fast forward to current and that new terminal will soon be servicing her first cruise ship.
The 2,056-guest Carnival Ecstasy is slated to use the brand new Terminal 6 on August 13, according to Seatrade Insider.
The new cruise terminal will be able to process disembarking and embarking passengers at the same time, include at 1,100-seat waiting area, a brand new pier, a $3 million gangway and a brand new 750-car parking garage with a covered walkway to the terminal.
Carnival Cruise Lines is Port Carnaveral’s largest cruise operator, carrying and estimated 600,000-guests in 2012.
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