The renovation has been completed for Cruise Terminal 2 at Port Everglades for Carnival-owned Princess Cruises.

The huge multi-million dollar refurbishment of Cruise Terminal 2 at Port Everglades, Florida has been completed. The cruise terminal which is in Fort Lauderdale has been upgraded with new improvements and features. The terminal is exclusively used for Princess Cruises which is part of the Carnival Corporation.

John Padgett, chief experience and innovation officer for Carnival Corporation, said:

“When our guests arrive at the terminal excited about their cruise, that’s a great opportunity for us to begin immersing them in a more personalized and hassle-free vacation experience.”

“We have completely transformed the arrival so that our guests can board at a pace that’s more relaxed and convenient for them. Our focus is on the entire guest experience with a special emphasis on making the arrival experience exceptional. From guests’ homes through the cruise terminal and to their stateroom, every guest engagement is intended to maximize their vacation experience.”

The upgrades to the cruise terminal include a more modern look interior, interactive experiences, movie theater and a more enhanced guest departure lounge. Princess Cruises “Ocean Medallion” technology will also be heavily integrated into the cruise experience at the terminal. Carnival Corps advanced Wi-Fi service is available throughout the facility and Ocean Tagalongs which can be used on the dedicated mobile app can be used.

For more details about the Ocean Medallion tech, you can read a previous post.

The 141,000 gross ton Regal Princess will be the first ship to depart from the newly redesigned terminal, as she begins a series of preview cruises introducing Ocean Medallion Vacations.