Premier Parking Miami


Jan 12, 2015 (6 years and 10 months ago)


The closest and most secure parking for the Port of Miami. Premier Cruise Parking is the original discount off cruise port parking facility in Miami. Don't be fooled by copy-cat lots with empty promises. Park with us.

Premier Parking Miami

Book with the original Premier Cruise Parking

The closest and most secure parking for the Port of Miami. Premier Cruise Parking
is the original discount off cruise port parking facility in Miami. Don't be fooled by
cat lots

with empty promises. Park with us. You won't be dissapointed!

Powering the Economy

The Port of Miami is Miami
Dade County's second most important economic
engine contributing $27 billion annually to the local economy and supporting
more than 207,000 jobs
in the local South Florida area. The Port of Miami is
also recognized as the Cargo Gateway of the Americas.

Miami has a unique geographic position that makes the Port easily accessible to
the Caribbean and Latin American markets, as well as those of Asia
and Europe by
way of the Panama Canal.

The Port of Miami is also known worldwide as the Cruise Capital of the World!
The port welcomes more cruise passengers through its terminals than any other
port in the world.

Director's Message

In his message the Port

of Miami's director Bill Johnson shares his view on the
future of the Port of Miami and how changes taking place at the Port today will
shape Florida's economy for many years to come.

The Port of Miami Mission

To operate and further develop the world’s le
ading cruise port and the
largest container port in the State of Florida

To maximize its assets and strengthen its advantage for future growth

Promote international trade and commerce as a vital link between North
and South America and a growing center for

global trade

Support sustainability and operate in an environmentally responsible

Our business plan and quarterly performance reports outline the Port of Miami's
strategic alignment, performance metrics as well as our ongoing progress toward
g those goals. The reports include a table of organization that explains the
reporting relationships within the department.

POM Cell Phone Lot

Two cell phone waiting lot for drivers picking up debarking cruise passengers are
available across from Terminal
B and Terminal 2 (north of the Seaman's Center).

The two lots are free to use but do have a few basic rules:

Only a limted number of vehicles at a time

No commercial vehicles

Vehicles can not be left unattended

First come, first served basis

The cell phone

lot is located across fromt the cruise terminals, just east of Parking
Lot E.

POM Cruise Facts

The Port of Miami is currently home to some of the world's most exciting and
modern cruise ships. The Port of Miami was happy to welcome two new cruise
lines to

the fleet in the winter of 2012: Disney Cruise Line and Regent Seven Seas

The Disney Wonder began sailing from the Port of Miami in December 2012 with

and five
night cruises to the Bahamas and Western Caribbean. This marks
the first time a
Disney ship is cruising out from a South Florida port.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises joined its sister company, Oceania Cruises, at the Port
of Miami in the fall of 2012. Both the Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas
Navigator will sail a series of longer cruises

to the Caribbean, South America, and
Yucatan Peninsula.

Seven of the most modern cruise terminals in the world are designed to move
passengers from land to sea quickly. Drive
in passengers have the choice of
convenient on
port parking with special arrange
ments for travelers with
disabilities available. For passengers arriving by taxi, shuttle bus or limousine,
drop off is directly in front of each terminal and the entryways are designed for a
quick, easy and convenient check
in and boarding process.

New Cr
uise Ships

Carnival's 3,690
passenger Carnival Breeze, is now sailing year
round six

day Caribbean cruises from Miami and is their new newest ship. The
Celebrity Reflection is the newest and widely acclaimed Solstice Class ship from
Celebrity Cr
uises. The ship is a 2,800
passenger vessel sailing alternating seven
night eastern and western Caribbean cruises. Oceania Cruises has brought its
deluxe ship, the new Riviera to Miami. This 1,250
passenger vessel sails a
series of longer cruises to
the Caribbean and the Panama Canal from the Port.

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