Cruise News Ports Just Another Busy Day At Port Canaveral With 3 Large Cruise Ships

Just Another Busy Day At Port Canaveral With 3 Large Cruise Ships

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It’s just another busy day in Port Canaveral, Florida in a new video posted online.

There are new cruise ship videos posted every day but we don’t always get to see three cruise ships depart one of the most popular cruise ports in the world. In the footage which you can watch below, cruise ships from Carnival Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line and Disney Cruise Line can all be seen departed the port.

No details were posted with the video but after digging deep into ship itineraries we believe this drone footage was filmed on April 1, 2017. Carnival Magic was departing on a week-long Western Caribbean itinerary and the Disney Fantasy also set off on a 7-night Western Caribbean cruise.

Norwegian Epic was departing PortCanaverall on a transatlantic voyage where the ship completed its voyage in Barcelona, Spain on April 14, 2017. The NCL ship is now sailing in the Mediterranean until it makes it way back to the Florida port for the Winter season at the end of 2017.

The popular port is busy almost every day with cruise ships. It’s located 45 miles east of Orlando and is well-known departure port for Caribbean destinations. Carnival Magic is 130,000 gross ton vessel, Norwegian Epic is 155,000 gross tons and Disney Fantasy is 129,500 gross tons.

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