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East Coast Limousine

East Coast Limousine has been the most celebrated ground transportation provider in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Palm Beach, Florida for over 30 years. Our team of highly trained customer service professionals offer the most reasonably priced bus charter, airport and seaport transfers, and event and meeting shuttle service you will find anywhere in South Florida. And with our diverse fleet of vehicles we can handle any type of group regardless of size or circumstance. So before you have your next affair on Florida's Gold Coast, or are looking for a charter bus rental to any location in the continental United States or Canada, make sure you contact one of our amazing account managers for more information about our rates and services.

Miami and Fort Lauderdale Cruise Ship Transportation

After endless hours of stress and planning, you have finally booked your Miami or Fort Lauderdale cruise vacation. After making countless calls, and arranged everything to be perfect, now you have to get to the ship, and unless your Port of Miami or Port Everglades cruise transportation service is exceptional it will be a major issue to deal with before your cruise. East Coast Limousine, offering cruise port transfers since 1986, understands the importance of our role and we know it's one of the most important services you will order for your South Florida cruise. East Coast Limousine, with a fleet of roomy 55 passenger motor coaches, 35 passenger mini coaches, 24 passenger mini buses, passenger vans that seat up to 14 travelers, SUV's, and sedans, invites you to experience our affordable, courteous, and stress-free Miami and Fort Lauderdale cruise ship transportation services. Services that only highly skilled professionals like us can provide.

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PortMiami located In Miami, Florida, USA is the busiest cruise port in the world, handling more than 5.6 million passengers with 1,185 ships docked in 2017.
In December 2018, the port also saw its largest amount of passengers handled in a single day. It is estimated that the port hosted more than 52,000 passengers on December 9th, with nine vessels from cruise lines such as Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Disney Cruises, and Norwegian Cruise Lines docking at PortMiami.
The port is formally known as Dante B Fascell Port of Miami and handles more than seven million tons of cargo per year. It facilitates the operations of cruise lines such as Royal Caribbean, Carnival, and Norwegian, as well as being the home port of the largest cruise ship by gross tonnage, Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas.
In 2018, MSC Cruises and Virgin Voyages announced plans to open a terminal each at PortMiami. MSC Cruises’ terminal is due to open in October 2022 and will house its new World Class cruise ships. Meanwhile, Virgin Voyages’ terminal, which will eventually have a passenger rail station bringing cruisers as far away as Orlando, Florida, is scheduled to open in November 2021, having invested approximately $150m.

Port Everglades

Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, served more than 3.8 million cruise passengers in 2017.
Overall 846 vessels docked at Port Everglades, which features nine terminals and is home to ten cruise lines, including Princess Cruises, Holland America, Celebrity, Royal Caribbean and Carnival. Peak travel season at the port is between November, after the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, and April, when most ships reposition to Alaskan and Mediterranean cruises, although ships sail from Port Everglades all year round. 
In addition to being the fourth-busiest cruise port in the world, it is one of the busiest in the US in terms of cargo handled. More than one million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) are moved at the port each year. In 2017, the facility surpassed PortMiami by approximately 50,000 TEUs.
The port was the temporary home of Cunard's RMS Queen Elizabeth when the vessel was turned into a museum from 1968 to 1970 after it ended services. RMS Queen Mary 2 docked at Port Everglades following its maiden voyage in 2004. Port Everglades, with it's large turning basin, was the first home of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas in 2009, as well as its sister ship Allure of the Seas in 2010. Both vessels were the largest in the world at the time.