Port Everglades - Records & Achievements

Records & Achievements

December 22, 1996, Port Everglades had a record 13 cruise ships in port on a single day. The port broke its own record on December 21, 2003 with 15 cruise ships. No other port in the world has hosted this many cruise ships on a single day. The closest competitors are: Port of Miami with 8 ships and Port of New York with 7 ships on a single day.

Port Everglades broke its own world record on March 20, 2010, with more than 53,365 guests passing through the Port in a single day. The previous record was set on January 3, 2009, with 49,234 passengers.

In 2010, Port Everglades documented 55 cruise ships offering regularly scheduled cruises. With 15 different cruise lines, Port Everglades now offers more cruises by more cruise lines aboard more cruise ships than any other cruise port in the world.

Seatrade Insider, one of the world's foremost cruise industry trade publications, named Port Everglades "Port of the Year" during the 2010 Seatrade Insider Cruise Awards ceremony at the historic l' Opera House in Nice, France.

Port Everglades, Florida (January 27, 2011) - Broward County's Port Everglades has been selected for the third consecutive year as the Best U.S. Homeport by Porthole Cruise Magazine, a world-class leading cruise travel magazine.

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