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Norwegian's $100M 'Pearl Of Miami' Cruise Terminal Now Rising

Norwegian’s $100M ‘Pearl Of Miami’ Cruise Terminal Now Rising

Norwegian Cruise Line’s new terminal, known as Pearl of Miami, is now rising at PortMiami.

The $100 million facility will feature a spiraled, multi-level facade inspired by the nautilus. It is being built next to Royal Caribbean’s newly opened Crown of Miami terminal.

The terminal will include 166,500 square feet of space, with enough space to accommodate ships carrying up to 5,000 passengers.

Bermello Ajamil & Partners of Miami is the architect. Norwegian itself is also headquartered in Miami.

Completion is scheduled for fall of 2019. A ship called Norwegian Encore is also now under construction and will make its debut at the new terminal in Miami at the same time.

 

The RCL terminal next door:

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Good now move your headquarters from the palghetto into miami world center.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Never will happen.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The Vegas Strip of Cruise terminals soon. Nice.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Whoa! Completion by fall of this year! Talk about quick!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Port of Miami needs a bright line

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wow, no Carnival terminal???

Anonymous
Anonymous

I hope this actually look like the renders! Like really Royal Caribbean what’s the hell happen to the parking garage? Looks nothing like the render like it’s unfinished…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Looks pretty similar to the rendering actually, you are a troll.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Looks like Singapore airport

Anonymous
Anonymous

Really need some environmental impact studies before any more mega terminals built, especially MSC which wants to house 2×5000 passenger ships at a time.

Between the emissions from the ship power plants and all the taxi/uber/buses going to the port this can seriously effect local air quality.

How about using shore power while in port?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Man shut the heck up they not polluting the air no more than it already has been. If you want a study do your own study an make sure you don’t drive your car either. Yea you know you thing you drive that also pollutes the air?

Gene
Gene

You need some RE-education about manners, bro/dude.

Anonymous
Anonymous

For real man shut your ass up, Miami is getting more and more beautiful by the minute, and people like you ruin it.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I voted this comment down because it failed to highlight the positive of these developments. By generating more money for the local economy, there could be more funding for environmental resources. However, our air quality and torquoise waters are a big part of what makes Miami great, so he/she is not completely wrong

Anonymous
Anonymous

I work in the port of Miami and transferred here from the Port of Los Ángeles. He is not wrong about using ship to shore power, all the port of LA has had it installed as ships pollute the air more than all the cars combined. Not sure how it affects the air here though as generally the air flows off shore to the east so maybe we don’t see the effects here as much as LA.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Um, Central L.A. is surrounded by mountains. That’s why smog gets trapped. To say a boat pollutes more than all the cars combined is asinine.

Anonymous
Anonymous

>To say a boat pollutes more than all the cars combined is asinine

Would you put a giant diesel power station on Port Miami? Because that’s what the cruise ships are.

The ships *do* pollute much more than cars on the road, FACT.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Cruise ships are toxic waste dumps. The exhaust incredible amounts of pollution because they burn the dirtiest and cheapest fuel they can buy, it’s almost like tar, in fact they have to heat the fuel to get it to flow, otherwise it like jello. Get the facts. https://amp.theguardian.com/environment/2016/may/21/the-worlds-largest-cruise-ship-and-its-supersized-pollution-problem

Anonymous
Anonymous

They are getting better but it’ll take time. Look at the top of symphony of the seas. Solar panels and also getting close to a hybrid engine.

Anonymous
Anonymous

the industry is currently in a transition to phase in hybrid engines that also run on LNG which should reduce emissions considerably