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Port Canaveral parking

The rate for onsite Port Canaveral Cruise parking at the port is $17 per vehicle or RV, per day or part day. You will also be charged for your day of arrival and day of departure. By staying further from the port and using a shuttle, you can save up to $96 on cruise parking for a 7-day cruise! Off-port cruise parking prices range from $5.95 to $10.95 per day. Lots of Honor offers additional discounts to veterans, first responders and their accompanying families. For cruises in excess of 4 days, the cheapest option is Go Port Canaveral. They offer free cruise parking for up to 15 days and just charge for the shuttle transport. Disabled travelers meeting certain criteria can obtain free parking at the official cruise terminal parking lot.

Located right near the port are a couple of restaurants perfect for watching the cruise ships. The spots include Grills and Fishlips. The restaurants are your classic beach fare – burgers, seafood, beer, and cocktails – and offer large decks perfect for hanging out. If you have some time before you board your ship, they offer a neat place to sit and have a drink and a bite while viewing the ships nearby. Extra details regarding Port Canaveral cruise parking.

Back to this one. Driving to your cruise can be about as stress-free as you can imagine. Road trips are easier (and more fun) than flying because it gives you more time to plan, pack and get yourself in a vacation mindset. You can check and double-check that you’ve packed everything from sunscreen to socks. You have the chance to pick up whatever you forgot (because we always forget something, don’t we?) as you drive to your cruise. You can be sure you’ve printed out all the cruise confirmations, luggage tags and documents you need to get onboard. And you can turn around the car when 15 minutes later you realize you left a passport/birth certificate/phone/phone charger sitting by the door; once you’re through security at an airport, those forgotten items are nothing but stress dragging your vacation down.

If you are traveling on the Disney Cruise Line, you’ll have some specific transportation options offered to you. These are available at an additional fee, but I find them to be so convenient. We always take the shuttle. There are two options – one leaving Orlando International Airport, and one leaving from the Walt Disney World resort hotels. You’ll want to add these on your trip itinerary when you book, or later through DCL or the travel agent you booked with. There are other options as well, including shuttles, private cars, Uber/Lyft, and cabs. Port Canaveral parking is also available. It’s currently $17 per day, and you’ll park near the your specific cruise terminal. If you are hoping to get a rental car so you can continue to explore the area after your cruise, there are several options available. As always, I recommend booking in advance to make sure there is a car available when you need it.

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