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Tampa Cruises

While serving about one-third the amount of passengers as larger ports on Florida’s Atlantic coast, the Port of Tampa is an ideal place to sail from — especially if you are looking for convenience.

With three cruise terminals, the port serves four different cruise lines, offering mostly 4-7 day trips to western Caribbean ports in Honduras, Belize, Mexico and more. With less traffic, you’ll likely find the port easier to navigate than the larger ones in Miami or Port Canaveral. Meanwhile, the port offers plenty of on-site parking.

If you are arriving a day or two before your cruise (or staying a day or two after), you’ll find plenty to do in Tampa. Attractions includes Busch Gardens, casino gambling, NHL hockey, MLB baseball, the Florida Aquarium, and the Museum of Science and Industry.

If you’re flying in for your cruise, the Tampa airport is less than 10 miles from the port. Even better, Orlando is about 1.5 hours away, giving you more options for finding a cheaper flight.

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Port Information

Getting to the Port of Tampa — Directions, maps, and information on taxis and shuttles. Everything you need to know to get to the port and start your vacation.

Tampa Cruise Parking — Parking for your cruise? We’ve got you covered with all your parking options, including costs and discounts.

Tampa Port Hotels — Getting in late? Leaving early? Simply need a place to rest your head? We’ve rounded up the options for places to stay near the port.

Cruise Ships — A full list and profile of the ships sailing from the port.

Frequently Asked Questions — Have a question that doesn’t fit the categories above? Chances are we already have it answered. Visit this page to get more information about cruising from the port, including alcohol policies, baggage rules, and more.