A number of US cruise terminal projects scheduled to come online over the next two years put the passengers’ experience first
Three new and renovated cruise and passenger terminal projects in the United States provide snapshots of how port authorities and other officials are making strategic investments, growing business and services, and creating functional, signature terminals accordingly.
Projects at PortMiami and Port Canaveral, both in Florida, and at Mukilteo Ferry Terminal in Washington state range dramatically in their scopes, sizes, and types. Yet each port marshals advanced features and dramatic designs to move people efficiently and well in and through inviting spaces.
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