Port Everglades is making it easier and more convenient for cruise guests to plan their next ocean-bound vacation with an online version of the Cruise Guide and a new, user-friendly cruise app for mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads.
The much anticipated 2015 Port Everglades Cruise Guide is now online at PortEverglades.net. This year’s Guide features 120 pages of detailed descriptions and photographs for each of the 41 ships sailing from the South Florida cruise port.
Along with the sailing schedule, the Cruise Guide provides valuable travel tips such as transportation information, embarkation and disembarkation procedures, security regulations, maps and directions, and pre- and post-cruise vacation ideas in Greater Fort Lauderdale.
The print version of the 2015 Port Everglades Cruise Guide will be available in November at the Broward County Governmental Center, select Broward County Library locations, chambers of commerce in Dania Beach, Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale, as well as area hotels and the Port Everglades Administration building located at 1850 Eller Drive, Fort Lauderdale.
Just tap the free CruiseSchedule Port Everglades App and you are on your way to your next cruise adventure. Developed for mobile devices using Apple Inc.'s iOS operating system, the CruiseSchedule Port Everglades App provides detailed information on all cruise lines and their ships sailing from the South Florida powerhouse cruise port. Features include:
• Fully searchable cruise schedules
• Arrival/departure times with associated cruise terminal
• Complete sailing itineraries listing each ship’s ports of call
• Scroll and zoom itinerary route maps for each cruise ship
• Deck plans and ship specifications for all cruise ships
• Contact information for cruise lines, customs and parking
• Port map includes cruise terminals and parking areas
• Turn-by-turn GPS navigation to all terminals and parking facilities
To download the free app, just visit the iTunes Store. An application for mobile devices supported by other operating platforms, such as Android and Windows, may become available at a later date based on demand.