Orlando Limousine Services provides reliable & affordable private transportation to/from Port Canaveral cruise terminals. Enjoy a luxury ride in a comfortable limousine instead of public transit or driving yourself. Our professional chauffeurs will pick you up at one of the Orlando airports and drop you off at the Port Canaveral cruise port just in time for your journey further. We also can pick you up after your cruise is over and take you back to your Orlando area hotel, or back to the airport.
As one of the top limousine service providers in Orlando our goal is to make your trip safe and enjoyable. Most of our clients are repeat customers and we often go above and beyond to meet their transportation needs.
We provide high-class limousine transportation to/from Port Canaveral and:
- Orlando International Airport (MCO)
- Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)
- Melbourne Orlando International Airport (MLB)
- Disney World
- Universal Studios
- Kissimmee and 192 area hotels
- or any other local area destination
Please give us a call, our team will be most happy to be at your service!
Getting to Cruise Port in Style
If you are looking for a dependable Orlando Limousine Service for your transportation to/from Port Canaveral, and are concerned about quality and customer satisfaction, we are the right choice. Our limo drivers are on call for you at all times, and utilize their extensive knowledge of Orlando and Port Canaveral to ensure the best, most enjoyable private travel experience. Have an ideal start to your Port Canaveral travel and give us a call.
A little bit about Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral is one of the busiest cruise ports in the world, with over 4.5 million passengers passing through each year. On average, ten ships enter the port each day. This includes ships from cruise lines such as Carnival, Disney, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, and more. Port Canaveral is owned and operated by The Canaveral Port Authority.
Interesting fact! Port Canaveral has played a role in support of NASA projects out of nearby Kennedy Space Center. During the Apollo program, segments of the Saturn V rocket transited through the port and lock.
A recent addition to the port is the seven-story Exploration Tower, which offers tourists almost 550,000 square feet (51,000 m2) of exhibit space, interactive displays, two observation decks – one inside and one outside – a 72-seat auditorium, event rooms, and a café and gift shop.