Cruise Tips Parking Rates at Cruise Ports

Parking Rates at Cruise Ports

Parking at the port for your cruise can be expensive. Each port has its own rules, some allow you to reserve a place while most of them are first come, first serve.  They all take major credit cards (most take cash) and many will make you prepay when you arrive to park.  A couple ports even give you a discount if you pay online ahead of time.

We have listed for you all the cruise ports in America and the amount that each one costs to park there.  We have also included a link to each port’s website so you can get more information.  All information listed is correct as of June 2018.  Rates are subject to change at anytime so we suggest that you double check the port’s website before you leave for your cruise.

Florida Ports

PortMiami – $20 a night, $40 for vehicles over 20 feet. $7 for short term parking.
Port Canaveral – $17 a night.
Port Tampa Bay – $15 a day , you can prepay online. Oversize parking is $30 a day.
Port Everglades (Ft Lauderdale) – $15 a day, $19 for oversized vehicles.  $3 for the first hour, $6 up to 5 hours, then $1 an hour up to the daily maximum.
JaxPort (Jacksonville) – $15 a day when purchase online, $17 per day when paying at the terminal. $30 per day for oversized vehicles.

East Coast Ports

MassPort (Boston) – $20 a day, garage has a height limit of 6’10”. Free cell phone lot for pickups.
Manhattan Cruise Terminal – $35 up to 10 hours, $40 per day for cruises up to 10 nights, cruises 11-30 nights are $400.
Cape Liberty Cruise Port (Bayonne) – $20 a day, oversized vehicles charged double the normal rate.
Port of Baltimore – $15 a night, RVs under 30′ are $30 a night, buses over 30′ are $40 a night.
Port of Virginia (Norfolk) – $15 a night.
Port of Charleston – $20 a night for cars; RV, charter bus, or any vehicle pulling a trailer $50 a night.

Gulf of Mexico Ports

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Port of Galveston – 4 days $55, 5 days $60, 6 days $70, 7 days $85, 8 days $90, 14 days $170.   Pre-pay online and receive a discount of $5.
Port of New Orleans – $20 a day, oversized vehicles are charged $40 a day.
Port of Mobile – 4 days $72, 5 days $90, 7 days $126.00, RVs 4 days $144, 5 days $180, 7 days $252, Buses 4 day $216, 5 days $270, 7 days $378. Options to prepay in advance.

West Coast Ports

Port of San Diego – Ranges from $9-$24 a day depending on the lot, there is no parking at the pier.  Check out their website for more detailed information.
Port of Los Angeles – $2/hr with a $18 daily maximum. Courtesy shuttles are provided to and from the cruise terminal on scheduled ship days.
Long Beach Cruise Terminal – $20 a day, oversized vehicles are charged per parking space.
Port of Seattle – $22 a day at Pier 66, $27 a day at Pier 91.

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Ben Souza
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