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Latest Photos Released of New Carnival Cruise Terminal at Port Canaveral

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Latest Port Canaveral Terminal 3 Photos

Take a first look at inside the new Carnival Cruise Line terminal 3 facility at Port Canaveral. The new photos were released by the popular port after Carnival representatives took a tour of the $163 million complex.

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The facility which is named “Launch Pad” will cater to the new Mardi Gras cruise ship which is scheduled to begin cruises from the port from November 14, 2020. The terminal has been inspired by Kenndey Space Center as you can see in the photos below:

The two-story 187,000 sq. ft. terminal building also includes a six-story parking lot. The facility includes high tech baggage processing, state-of-the-art check-in, and a security area on the second floor along with seating for 1,700 guests. The parking lot is 692 square feet and can accommodate 1,800 vehicles. All this is enough to handle the largest cruise ships in the fleet including the upcoming 180,000 gross ton Mardi Gras.

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A new 1,309 foot cruise ship berth has also been developed to handle the larger cruise ship which is important as the vessel is Carnival’s first to be powered by Liquified Natural Gas (LNG).

All Photos Via: Port Canaveral

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