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Broward County > Seaport > Future Projects

FPLBridge Construction:
The construction of a bridge over the FPL discharge canal linking the Berth 29 area and Midport Cargo Yards to Southport. The bridge will be located adjacent to and north of the current Dry Marinas and south of the existing Florida Marine Patrol.

Terminal 4 Expansion:
Construction of Cruise Terminal 4 Expansion improvements at Port Everglades. These improvements are necessary to provide an expanded cruise terminal with greater baggage area space, building access improvements that will place the entrance operations along the west side of the building and provide a roadway system separate from the existing roadway system serving Cruise Terminal 2.

Cruise Terminal 21 Baggage Claim Expansion:
This capital improvement project consist of the expansion of the existing first floor to Cruise Passenger Terminal 21 and modifications to the adjacent roadway.  Approximately 15,000 square feet of additional baggage claim space will be added to the north of the existing building.  This additional space will provide the cruise ship companies with the much needed space to lay down passenger’s baggage as they disembark cruise ships.  This improvement will better serve the larger cruise ships, like the Queen Mary 2.

Cruise Terminal 27 & Berth 27 Pier Extension:
This project consist of the renovation of an existing warehouse into Port Everglades’ newest permanent cruise passenger terminal facility.  A 350-foot long pier extension will also be part of this project, allowing for larger cruise ships to berth at this terminal.  The renovation will provide for site modifications able to handle large buses, cabs and private vehicles.  The interior will be constructed to accommodate the embarking and debarking passengers generated by the more than 2,800 passenger vessels, including all federal inspection facilities, security needs and access to the ship by passenger loading bridge.


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