Life is a journey. What we should care about is not where its headed but what we see and how we feel.
Miami is probably the busiest cruise port in the world. As we passed by, we could see how big the port of Miami was by seeing so many large cruises lined up. If you come to Miami on a cruise, you'll start from this port. Looking at the high-rise buildings in downtown Miami from the harbor is very clear, and you can probably see the surrounding islands. It's really a very good view.
Yes, that's the cruise ship Crusier here! Long team line up! After all, cruise ships, incredible big! Looking around in line, ah! Miami Beach is a very modern modernize place, gathering cruise travel companies, Hotel giants, high-end villas residential areas, quite a lot of special creative building! Unfortunately, Miami is not cheap!
Port of Miami is situated between Biscayne Bay South Beach and Downtown Miami. Boarding a cruise is also an excellent platform to overlook Miami. Biscayne Bay Sightseeing Cruise can be avoided. With the world's largest cruise passenger capacity and the world's most frequent maritime trade, Miami Port has become the recognized "World Cruise Center" and "American Freight Trading Window" in the past 20 years. Every day, there are many cruises to the Caribbean Sea and South America. They are the necessary ports for tourists to visit tropical scenery at sea. The elliptical man-made island between the Inner South Beach of Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami is Miami's most famous mansion area - "Star Island], Palm Island and Hibiscus Island. Each island has only one bridge connected to the Macarthur Causeway and is guarded by gatekeepers. If it is not a resident of the island, invited guests or staff are allowed to drive around during the day and stop halfway.
It's a very large port where all the cruises from Miami stop. Many large cruises are very spectacular. There are a lot of people, but the order is very good. Each cruise has a special baggage receiving point. When tourists get off the bus, the service staff of the corresponding cruise receives and arranges baggage checking, which is very fast and convenient. Time is also abundant. At the end of the tour, back to the dock, there are also special shuttles to take tourists to the airport, of course, taxis are very convenient. Tipping is required for all American services. At the dock, it is charged according to the number of pieces of luggage. One piece of luggage costs one dollar. The baggage collector's tips for a day are also spectacular, which can be called a big expense.
The Port of Miami is recognized, and has been for many years, as the "Cruise Capital of the World" and "Cargo Gateway of the Americas". It has retained its status as the number one cruise/passenger port in the world for well over two decades accommodating the largest cruise ships in the world and the operations of such major cruise lines as Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line, until the late 2000s, when Port Everglades was chosen as home to the largest cruise ships in the world, Oasis of the Seas and its sister ship, Allure of the Seas.