North America’s busiest cruise terminals


Port Canaveral - Source: portcanaveral.com

Port Canaveral – Source: portcanaveral.com

The following data is based on ship boardings by cruise departure terminal during the 2011 calendar year. The percent change from 2010 is also provided.

  1. Miami, FL – 1.970 million, -8.4%
  2. Fort Lauderdale, FL – 1.826 million, +3.8%
  3. Port Canaveral (Melbourne), FL – 1.496 million, +15.2%
  4. New York City, NY – 0.612 million, +8.9%
  5. San Juan, PR – 0.522 million, no change
  6. Galveston, TX – 0.462 million, +5.0%
  7. Tampa, FL – 0.458 million, +7.8%
  8. Seattle, WA – 0.439 million, -6.4%
  9. Long Beach, CA – 0.405 million, -2.2%
  10. New Orleans, LA – 0.373 million, +42.0%
  11. Vancouver, BC – 0.323 million, +18.7%
  12. Los Angeles, CA – 0.311 million, -17.7%
  13. Baltimore, MD – 0.254 million, +18.1%
  14. Cape Liberty (Bayonne), NJ, – 0.217 million, +9.6%
  15. Jacksonville, FL – 0.190 million, +10.5%
  16. Charleston, SC – -.165 million, +41.0%
  17. Mobile, AL – 0.150 million, -18.0%
  18. San Diego, CA – 0.148 million, -39.3%
  19. Honolulu, HA – 0.126 million, no change
  20. Boston, MA – 0.085 million, +3.7%
  21. Seward, AK – 0.065 million, no change
  22. Whittier, AK – 0.062 million, -1.6%
  23. San Francisco, CA – 0.044 million, +10.0%
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