For 2014, Miami reported 4.8 million passengers, Port Canaveral, 3.9 million, and Port Everglades 4.0 million.
The other top ports were (in order of traffic): Cozumel, Nassau, Barcelona, Balearic Islands, Civitavecchia, St. Thomas, St. Maarten, Venice, Southampton, Balearic Islands, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, San Juan, Galveston, Marseille, Naples, Shanghai, Sydney (Australia), New Orleans, Piraeus and Savona.
Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly listed Port Everglades passenger traffic at 3.4 million.
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