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First Aerial Tour Released of New Carnival Cruise Line Terminal

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First Look at New Carnival Cruise Terminal

Port Canaveral which is one of the busiest cruise ports in the world has released the first aerial tour of the new Carnival Cruise Line Terminal 3 (CT3). The port has posted that its the largest project in its history and the majority of the new facility will be complete by the end of May 2020.

We don’t get to see inside just yet but it shouldn’t be too long until we do. The aerial footage shows us just how large the facility is along with parking lots and that impressive “Launch Pad” entrance inspired by the nearby Kennedy Space Center. Let’s take a look below:

The $163 million complex will be home to the new Carnival Mardi Gras cruise ship, the largest ever constructed for the cruise line. Even though the terminal is able to berth ships now due to the pause in operations it won’t be fully ready until the Mardi Gras this November.

Port Canaveral Terminal 3 at Night
Rendering By: Port Canaveral

The cruise facility is 187,000 square feet and will be able to seat 1,700 guests during the embarkation process. There is also a 692,000 square-foot parking garage right next door which will be able to accommodate 1,800 vehicles.

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The facility can handle to largest cruise ships in the world and become the central hub for Carnival Cruise Line out of Port Canaveral. You can take a look at more details about the new terminal right here.

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