The two main cruise ports in South Florida, PortMiami and Port Everglades, have officially reopened. Both ports have been closed due to Hurricane Dorian.
PortMiami, the Cruise Capital of the World, and Port Everglades are now open. Cruise ships are now allowed to return to the ports and can resume cruises.
Port Everglades reached out to Cruise Fever with the following message letting us know that the port has reopened: “Port Everglades is open and fully operational. The first vessel is scheduled to arrive at 6 PM tonight.”
PortMiami posted on Twitter a few minutes ago about the port reopening.
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— PortMiami (@PortMiami) September 3, 2019
Port Everglades also posted on Twitter about the port reopening.
Port Everglades is now open for business, following the passage of Hurricane Dorian.
— Port Everglades (@PortEverglades) September 3, 2019
PortMiami and Port Everglades are first and third largest cruise ports in the country. Together they serve nearly 9 million cruise passengers each year.