Cruising
Welcome to the Port of Dreams
If you're ready, Port Canaveral is ready for you! Our already popular homeported fleet is being enhanced now by some of the newest and biggest ships in the world. Look for the new vacation options and economic opportunities arriving with them.

Freedom of the Seas - Representing The Nation of Why Not
Our first Freedom-class vessel, Royal Caribbean International Freedom of the Seas, joined our resident fleet in May 2009. Freedom of the Seas offers seven-day Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries, and features innovations such as a surf simulator, radical water park, boxing ring, ice-skating rink and more.

Carnival Dream - The Newest and Biggest Fun Ship Afloat
There's no ship like it on the high seas today! In December 2009, Carnival Dream became the newest and largest ship to call Port Canaveral home and the first vessel ever to unveil the sleek Dream-class hull design, two-story Dream spa, oceanfront whirlpools, Waterworks corkscrew and racing water slides, a laser light show and an array of new dining and recreation options.

Norwegian Sun - Freestyle Trend Setter
We've added a new homeported cruise line with the arrival of the Norwegian Sun in 2010. The first ship built specifically for 'Freestyle Cruising' features 14 restaurants and fun for everyone on her seasonal (October to April) 7- and 14-day Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises.

Disney Dream - Disney's Newest Enchantment
Disney is famed for reaching beyond today's creative limits to invent the world of tomorrow. Experience their latest vision with its AquaDuck water coaster that cascades out over the sea, and corridor portraits that carry on conversations, when Disney Cruise Line's new Disney Dream begins sailing from Port Canaveral on January 26, 2011.

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