Cruise Port of Palm beach home of the 2 night Bahama cruise


Cruise Port of Palm beach Address:

1 East 11th Street, Suite 600, Riviera Beach, FL 33404

Located 80 miles north of Miami and 135 miles south of Port Canaveral, the Port of Palm Beach is the fourth busiest container port in Florida and the eighteenth busiest in the continental U.S. In addition to intermodal capacity, the Port is a major nodal point for the shipment of bulk sugar (domestic usages), molasses, cement, utility fuels, water, produce, and breakbulk items. Vessel entrance is through an inlet channel 300 feet wide with no aerial obstructions leading into Lake Worth. Berthing is a short 20 minutes from first sea buoy to anchorage with operating drafts of drafts of minus 33 feet.
Port of Palm Beach is the only port facility in South Florida operating a rail system with pier-side box, hopper and intermodal cars operating 24 hours a day. Located on Port property are six miles of trackage for intermodal transfers and handling.

  • 4 persons to a cabin $229.78 includes taxes and gratuity.
  • 2 persons to a cabin $264.78 includes taxes and gratuity.
  • Taxes are $61.78 pp and gratuity is $24 pp is included in the prices above
2 night Party Cruise
2 night Party Cruise

Grand Bahama Island

Date: September 23, 2016 To September 25, 2016

Timing: 12:00 pm To 5:00 pm

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