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For cruise passengers, the Port of Palm Beach offers valet parking service at a cost of $19 per day for vehicles, including day of arrival and day of departure ($57 total for a three-day cruise). Larger automobiles such as vans, RVs, buses and trailers will be charged the daily rate for each parking spot used.
Upon arriving at the entrance to the Port, the valet staff will direct you to the vehicle drop-off area, directly across from the Cruise Terminal. With our convenient curbside parking service, guests embarking on the Margaritaville at Sea for a Bahamas cruise will be in the Cruise Terminal within minutes and on their way to a relaxing vacation. The Cruise Terminal's address is 1 East 11th Street, Riviera Beach, FL 33404.
At the Port of Palm Beach, the valet parking fee is waived to vehicles that meet one of the following requirements:
Margaritaville at Sea Paradise begins boarding its passengers as soon as the previous passengers disembark and the ship clears U.S. Customs. This may vary by sailing, but passengers may arrive and wait in our air conditioned cruise terminal.
All passengers of the Margaritaville at Sea Paradise should arrive before 3 p.m. to be admitted onto the cruise ship.
Yes, Port security is 24/7, and there are security cameras monitoring the lot at all times.
The cruise line's lost and found department is located at the ticket counter in the Cruise Terminal. The contact number is: (800) 374-4363.
*Regular board meetings are typically held on the third Thursday of each month at 4:00 pm.
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One East 11th Street, Suite 600Riviera Beach, FL 33404
Map of the Port of Palm Beach
From the South: I-95 North, Exit 74 (45th Street) - East bound Proceed East 3 Miles on 45th Street to US Highway 1 (Broadway) Turn left (North) on US Highway 1 (Broadway) towards East 11th Street Turn right on East 11th Street (North end of bridge) Proceed straight to the Port offices and terminal
Caribbean: Tropical Shipping (561) 844-0281 or Gulfstream Line Inc. (561) 840-9393
Central & South America: Port Contractors (561) 845-5047
Commissioners' email addresses are listed on Commission page.
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