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   Air Transportation

When making your own Air and Ground transportation arrangements please read below.

There are several advantages to coming in a day or two early:

  • Less stress in case your flights are delayed!
  • Gives you extra time in case of inclement weather.
  • Flights are more readily available during non week-end days into the cruise port city because the cruise lines reserves most of the air flights for their customers on the sail dates. (10/30 or 11/6).
  • Better chance of using your air miles
  • Flights are also less expensive during the week days.
  • Best of all it gives you a chance to start the party early at the host hotel.

There are 4 airports to choose from. Daytona(DAB), Melbourne(MLB) , Orlando/Sanford (SFB) and the most popular, Orlando(MCO).

Melborne is the closest, also generally the most expensive and most difficult to book. Orlando (MCO) is our airport of choice. It takes approx. 1.5 hours from plane touch down to get to the port. That’s 30 minutes through the airport and a 1 hour bus ride. Although Orlando is a big airport it is very organized. You don’t feel like you’re in a foreign country, people are very friendly, everything is where it is should be and it runs smoothly. Disney’s influence has definitely rubbed off on the Orlando airport and the bus service is efficient and comfortable.

If you are making your air arrangements to Port Canaveral on the same day we sail and return:

  • Arrival Flights on Oct 30st should arrive no later
    than 12:00pm
    . You must be on the ship by 2:00pm
  • Departure Flights on Nov 6th should depart no earlier than 11:30 am. Remember it takes about 45 minutes to travel from the Orlando airport to the ship, and it takes about 2 hours from the time you arrive at the airport, get through security, and actually get to your gate.
    *Should your return flight home from the cruise be scheduled for late afternoon Sunday, here is an option instead of sitting in the airport for hours. Book the Kennedy Space Center tour for the afternoon. They pick up you and your luggage up at the ship, you spend the day on a guided tour of Kennedy Space Center, eat lunch, and then they drop you off at the Orlando Airport that afternoon.
  • Remember to book your ground transportation. Shuttle services and car rental information are listed below (it's a 45 minute trip to the port from the Orlando airport).

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  Ground Tranfers


For those flying into Orlando Airport (MCO) or Melbourne (MLB), some will even pick up at Sanford (SFB) heck out these transportation companies. They will provide transfers any day of the week to Port Canaveral and the hotels. Make sure you tell them you are with High Seas Rally.

  • Cocoa Beach Shuttle 888-784-4144 or 321-631-4144 and ask for Marissa Maniotti www.cbshuttle.com Cocoa Beach Shuttle offers several choices Shared Shuttle for $ 35.00 per person round trip. Private Town Car Service $85.00 + 20% tip for 1 to 3 people, one way. Mini Vans 4 or 6 people Occ. Handicapped Vans 4 people Occ. If you have a large group let them know they can accomidate you. They have new buses for 2010. They service the following airports Orlando (MCO), Melbourne (MLB) and Sanford (SFB)
  • TraveLynx 800-226-5969 or shuttle@travelynx.net.  They have several different pricing options.
  • Shared service - 1 to 3 people $25.00 each, 4 people $ 85.00.  Please call for pricing for groups larger than four.
  • They have Van service, Handicapped service.
  • If you have a big group just let them know. For big groups arriving at Orlando international Airport (15 or more) call Sandy at 321-631-7777   www.travelynx.net
  • Florida Town Car:  The cost is $ 85.00 per car  with 1 to 5 people  call 800-525-7246  ask for JC www.floridatowncar.com

Car Rental companies that have drop off in Port Canaveral:

Hertz, Avis, Budget, Thrifty

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   Directions to Port Canaveral

Port Canaveral is like a small Midwest town. Organized, super clean, well landscaped, hardly any traffic (only one highway), everyone speaks English, no-one asking for a tip, no more stress, frustration or dreaded missed flights because of poor or no communication. There is only one ship docked at our port (OURS). The port has inside parking for cars, pick-ups, and bikes. Outside parking for trucks, R.V.’s, and campers only 200 yards from the terminal is also available. Plus handicap parking is available only 50 yards from the terminal. You’ll be amazed!!

Directions to Port Canaveral:

Driving either North or South on I-95, take exit 205 East to Hwy 528 East the Beeline. Drive 11.5 miles on Hwy 528 East and exit to the “A” cruise terminals onto SR 401 North. Drive 1 mile on SR 401 North and exit right to cruise terminals. Follow signs to correct cruise terminal. The second terminal to your left is Cruise Terminal 9/10 Royal Caribbean's, Freedom of the Seas

Parking at Port Canaveral's Cruise Terminals: is paved, gated, and under 24-hour surveillance. Parking is located at each terminal and is well sign-posted. Passengers at Cruise Terminal 9/10 have a choice of outdoor parking or the new six-level parking garage.
There are special areas designed for parking for the disabled, however they do not provide free parking unless it is (1) a vehicle with specialized equipment, such as ramps, lifts, or foot or hand controls, for use by a person who has a disability, or (2) a vehicle that is displaying the Florida Toll Exemption permit (call 1-800-983-2435 #2 for exemption form).

Otherwise, parking fee is $14.00 per day for vehicles up to 20 feet in length and $25.00 per day for vehicles over 20 feet. The total amount for the time the vehicle is to be parked must be paid in full upon entering the parking area. Visa, MasterCard, Traveler's Checks issued in U.S. dollars and Cash are accepted in payment of fees. All fees stated above are subject to change without notice by
Canaveral Port Authority.

Check out this link for more information on Port Canaveral

Click Here For Directions to Port

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