Carnival Cruise lines held a groundbreaking ceremony last week for a $195 expansion and renovation of Terminal F at PortMiami.
Renovation work already began in September of 2020.
When complete in 2022, the terminal will have 471,000 square feet and will be able to accommodate Carnival’s biggest ships.
Carnival will base their Celebration ship at the new terminal upon completion in 2022, part of their biggest class ships. Construction of the ship is now underway.
The Celebration will be powered by liquefied natural gas and will feature a roller coaster.
Berenblum Busch Architects of Miami is designing the terminal expansion.
In total, there is now nearly $1.2 billion in new cruise terminal space coming to PortMiami, which is already the biggest in the world. In addition to the $195 Carnival terminal, there is:
Other projects at PortMiami include a Brightline station and a $300 million Royal Caribbean Global Headquarters, which is now on hold.
Terminal F expansion: