Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Opens New Terminal A in Miami

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd’s Terminal A

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. officially opened the new Terminal A in collaboration with Miami-Dade County. The new terminal will be an addition to PortMiami and will serve as homeport to Royal Caribbean International ships such as Symphony of the Seas and Allure of the Seas.

PortMiami currently serves 750,000 Royal Caribbean passengers annually, representing roughly 15 percent of the port’s overall passenger traffic. Because of the new terminal, Royal Caribbean expects to increase its Miami passenger intake to nearly 2 million annually; this will make PortMiami Royal Caribbean’s largest cruise port in the United States.

Terminal A will accommodate the passengers of two of the world’s largest ships in the Oasis class, the new Symphony of the Seas and her sister, Allure of the Seas. The new LEED certified facility, which is the largest cruise facility in the United States, has leveraged new technologies to enhance the waiting areas and boarding experience of guests. 

Overall, the design evokes the points in Royal Caribbean’s crown and anchor logo when viewed from the water; the ‘M’ of Miami when viewed from the east or western approaches; and a sense of waves rising or ships passing when viewed from the terminal side. As a result, the terminal will serve as a new addition to the Miami skyline.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. is a global cruise vacation company that controls and operates four global brands: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises and Silversea Cruises.

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