Balearia Caribbean Moves from Terminal 1 to Terminal 21 in Port Everglades

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Balearia Caribbean is moving its terminal location in Port Everglades, Florida.

The ferry company, which began operations in Fort Lauderdale eight years ago at Terminal 1, Port Everglades, is moving its Passenger Terminal Services to Terminal 21 starting on May 31.

The company says this new operating location will provide more comfort and will create a better flow during the check-in process, as well as help them continue to offer "fast, friendly and affordable" day trip and overnight services. 

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Balearia’s Cargo Services are available just five minutes away from the port at 3300 SW 13th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33315.

In other Balearia Caribbean news, the company debuted a renovated and faster ferry, Jaume II, in January, replacing Jaume I. The ferry sails between Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Freeport, Grand Bahama, in two and a half hours.

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