Posted June 19th, 2008, 08:49 PM
But this is from the Port of Miami website which may be outdated:
Parking is available in facilities located in front of individual cruise terminals. No reservations are required to park at the Port of Miami. Long-term parking for a regular vehicle occupying a single space is $20 per day. Short term parking is $7.00 if you are coming to see someone off but, not intended for overnight parking. All Cruises in the current itineraries would fall under Long Term Parking.
Rates will vary for larger vehicles (ie., oversized vans, recreational vehicles and vehicles with trailers). If the vehicle is over 20’ in length then an additional $20.00 is added per day. Therefore, these larger (ie., oversized vans, recreational vehicles and vehicles with trailers) cost $40.00 per day and all oversized vehicles can only park in Lot #2.
Currently garages C, G, and J accept either cash, credit (Visa, MasterCard, American Express only), or US Travelers checks. Lot #2 is currently cash and US Travelers Checks.
Additional Parking Information
There is no Valet Parking at the POM.
Due to security precautions Car/Shuttle rental company facilities are not located on the Port of Miami premises.
Long term parking is $20.00 per day for cruise passengers parking for 24-hours/overnight or longer per cruise length.
Short term parking is $7.00 if you are coming to see someone off but, not intended for overnight parking.
All Cruises in the current itineraries would fall under Long Term Parking.
Oversized vehicles such as motor homes, truck with trailers, or buses that are over 20’ in length will be charged an additional $20.00 per day and can only park in Lot # 2.
At this time, Handicapped parking is Free.
The Port of Miami currently has 3 Parking Garages available for Cruise passengers. The total capacity now available is 5,871, with 56 dedicated to the handicapped and 7 to passengers with young infants. The top floor is open to air at each Garage. There is also one outside Parking Lot available as well.
If you have handicapped exemption, the completion of a short form is required. Having the form pre-filled prior to leaving will expedite your entrance/exit at the Toll Booth. Please email us your mailing address so the form can be sent to you via U.S. mail. Upon request, forms can be mailed 30 days in advance.
The toll booth attendant will require:
Proof of exemption: (See the Placard, Sticker, License plate number)
Drivers License of owner/exempt individual
The Seaport also offers a Shuttle Service for cruise passengers, one of which is wheelchair accessible. The Shuttle will pick you up at the Parking Garage/Lot and take you to the appropriate Cruise Terminal location.
The Port of Miami prides itself on our customer service and its visitor's safety. If I can help you any further please feel free to contact the Port of Miami at email@example.com