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Hallendale Beach

At the southern end of Greater Fort Lauderdale, Hallandale Beach is the perfect place for a Guy's Getaway with a wide array of outdoor sports from golf and swimming to boating and salt-water fishing. Visitors can enjoy beautiful stretches of beach and exciting nightlife.

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Hollywood Beach

Hollywood Beach is home to the Broadwalk which runs 2 ½ miles up and down this sun-kissed oceanfront. Visitors can stroll along on foot or hop on a bike and find a great outdoor café to wile away the hours watching "man's best friend" run up and down the area's favorite dog beach.

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Deerfield Beach

Enjoy the sunrise on beautiful Deerfield Beach, Greater Fort Lauderdale’s northern most award-winning, cove-like beaches and the destination’s family playground. For the more adventurous family, a day can be spent at Ski Rixen, one of America's first cable water ski parks. This innovative water skiing system pulls you silently over glassy smooth water without a boat! Or, for the more sedate, take a trip to the beach for sandcastle building, volleyball, dining at open-air eateries or fishing off the Deerfield Pier.

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Pompano Beach

Named for the saltwater fish found exclusively in area waters and home to the annual Pompano Seafood festival and Fishing Rodeo, the water on this stretch of coastline is some of the warmest and clearest in South Florida due to a bend in the Gulf Stream.

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Port Everglades directions and parking information
 

1850 Eller Drive
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316-4201

Travel Time: 2 miles from the Fort Lauderdale International Airport; travel time is approximately 5 minutes. 30 miles from Miami International Airport; travel time is approximately 45 minutes.


Directions to Port Everglades

Traveling on I-95 Southbound

Take Exit #26 to I-595 East                                                                                                    Exit 12b to Port Everglades
Once in Port Everglades, I-595 becomes Eller Drive.
Signage inside Port Everglades will direct you to the ship's assigned terminal and parking garage.

Traveling on I-95 Northbound
    Take Exit #24 to I-595 East
    Exit 12b to Port Everglades
    Once in Port Everglades, I-595 becomes Eller Drive.
    Signage inside Port Everglades will direct you to the ship's assigned terminal and parking garage.

Traveling on I-75 Northbound or Southbound
    Take Exit #19 to I-595 East
    Exit 12b to Port Everglades
    Once in Port Everglades, I-595 becomes Eller Drive.
    Signage inside Port Everglades will direct you to the ship's assigned terminal and parking garage.

Traveling on the Florida Turnpike Northbound or Southbound
   Take Exit #54 to I-595 East
    Exit 12b to Port Everglades
    Once in Port Everglades, I-595 becomes Eller Drive.
    Signage inside Port Everglades will direct you to the ship's assigned terminal   and  parking garage.


Parking: $15.00 per day (rates subject to change by the Port Authority)
•    Midport Parking Garage
•    6-floors, 2000 spaces.
•    Security-patrolled and illuminated.
•    Full payment due upon exiting the parking garage.
•    Accepted forms of payment: U.S Dollars; Visa; MasterCard; American Express.
•    No advance reservations required.
•    Handicap Parking available with proof of valid permit.
•    Oversized vehicles up to 40 feet in length will pay $19.00 per day.
•    For more information, contact USA Parking: 954 462-7287.


“What to expect for security at Port Everglades”
•    To gain access into Port Everglades, guests must present a cruise ticket or similar, letterhead or document stating “Pier Pickup” along with a government issued photo I.D; The guest must also be able to state the name of the cruise line and the name of the cruise ship they are expected to board.
•    Private drop-off who have ticketed cruise guests in the car will be allowed in with a government issued photo I.D and the guest presenting their cruise ticket; the guest must be able to state the name of the cruise line and the name of the cruise ship they are expected to board. Upon returning to pick-up the guest at debarkation, the driver must present a government issued photo I.D and must be able to state the guest’s name, the cruise line and the cruise ship name.
•    For more information: www.broward.org

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