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Port Canaveral (Orlando, Florida)

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Port Canaveral cruise port

Region Bahamas - Caribbean - Bermuda

Local Time 2024-05-06 12:37

Port Port Canaveral cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Port Canaveral, Orlando, Florida. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

Port Canaveral (cruise port to Orlando City, Florida USA) is currently ranked world's busiest cruise port (4,07 million cruisers/stats 2023) followed by Miami Florida .

As homeport, this is a major turnaround port destination (serving roundtrip itineraries) with annual shipping traffic 4,5+ million cruise ship tourists. Cape Canaveral is a leading USA homeport for all the world's largest cruise companies - CCL-Carnival , RCI-Royal Caribbean , NCL-Norwegian , DCL-Disney .

The world's top-10 busiest cruise ports (by annual passengers numbers/stats 2023) are in Florida USA (Port Canaveral/Orlando/4,07M, Miami /4,02M, Port Everglades/Fort Lauderdale ), Mexico ( Cozumel ), Bahamas ( Nassau ), China ( Shanghai ), Spain ( Barcelona ), Bahamas (Out Islands), Texas USA ( Galveston ), Italy ( Civitavecchia-Rome ).

Cape Canaveral Port

Port Cape Canaveral (locode USPCV) is located on Florida's Atlantic coastline, between Miami and Jacksonville . Orlando City is bounded by Port Canaveral (north), Banana River (east), Cocoa Beach (south) and the Atlantic Ocean (west). As a deepwater seaport, Port Canaveral has a very high volume of traffic. From a total of 6 million cargo tons moved through the port annually, 2,7+ million tons (3 million short tons) are bulk cargoes. Common cargo includes petroleum, aggregate and cement. The port features hoppers and conveyors for loading products directly into trucks, as well as bulk cargo container facilities. The channel is about 13 m (44 ft) deep.

There are 70,000 m2 (750,000 ft2) of covered freight storage capacity. In 2004 Port Canaveral handled 3,6 million tons (4M short tons) of cargo. It exports fresh citrus and bulk frozen citrus juice is stored in one of the biggest freezer warehouses in the state. The port also receives salt for water softening, lumber, automobiles, steel sheets and plates. Port Canaveral transships items for sea, air, space and land. Its Foreign Trade Zone is one of the nation's largest general-purpose FTZs, more than 13 km2 (5 mi2). Each year the port boosts the economy by 1/2 billion dollars.

Port's cruise shipping business started in 1964, with SS Yarmouth Castle. The 1927-built steamship (for Chadade Steamship Company) was acquired by Yarmouth Cruise Lines in 1957. The liner was American-owned and Panama- flagged . In 1965, the ship burnt at sea (between Nassau and Miami).

The 1965-opened sea lock (part of Canaveral Barge Canal) is still in use, being maintained by the US Army Corps of Engineers. Shipping and commercial fishing is also served by three 400 ft/120 m-long cargo piers constructed on the Port's north side in 1976. The seaport has supported NASA's space projects from the nearby JF Kennedy Space Center. During NASA's Apollo program, Saturn V rocket's segments transited via the lock. Space Shuttle's external tanks were floated for each mission into Port Canaveral, and the rocket boosters were towed back via the seaport, being fished from the Atlantic after each space launch.

In August 2015, commissioners approved USD 81 million port development project for upgrades of terminals 5 and 10, aimed at handling larger-sized vessels (details in the "terminal" section below). The project's financing was secured through bank loans and bonds.

Following President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration, in late-January 2017 were officially issued reports about cruise passengers being detained by US Customs and Border Protection. All detainees had to provide background info about them, their families and also their past life in their native countries. Trump's executive order was signed on January 27th and includes a 90-day ban on travel to the USA by citizens of Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Yemen.

In early November 2017, RCI-Royal Caribbean announced the company's decision to homeport here in 2019 the world's largest passenger vessel - Harmony of the Seas (max capacity 6687 passengers plus 2100 crew). Starting May 2019, Harmony OTS offers 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean roundtrip itineraries. Harmony replaced Oasis OTS (redeployed in 2019 to Miami ). Also in 2019, Mariner OTS (max capacity 4200 passengers plus 1180 crew) was homeported here for 3-4-night roundtrips to The Bahamas. The ship first arrived in Port Canaveral in 2003 (inaugural cruise on November 14).

In December 2017, Carnival Cruise Lines announced the homeporting of Carnival Elation in 2019. Starting May 12, 2019, the ship operates year-round scheduled 4-5-day "long weekend" Bahamas cruises. Departures are on Thursdays (4-day itinerary to Freeport and Nassau ) and on Mondays and Saturdays (5-day itinerary to Amber Cove Dominicana and Grand Turk Island ).

In December 2017, Port Canaveral completed the 6-month long West Turning Basin deepening project, now allowing max draft of 45 ft (13,7 m). Port's containership terminal (North Cargo berths 5 and 6) is operated by GT USA. The dredging works removed 22,3+ million ft3 (632,000 m3) of seabed material. For the dredging was contracted Dutra Group (based in San Rafael, California). The project's total cost was USD 7,5 million, with approx 2/3 of the cost covered by FDOT (Florida Department of Transportation). The Port's entry channel was cleared from obstructions (bridges, power lines) and is now without air draft restrictions. West Turning Basin has quay length ~600 m (2000 ft) and draft 13 m/43 ft - making it one of East Coast USA's deepest cargo berths without vessel air draft limits.

In January 2018 was approved the construction of a new multi-purpose cargo ship berth ("North Cargo Berth 8" / NCB8). By the project were also built a seawall (900 ft / 274 m) and a pier extension (100 ft / 31 m) with capacity to handle vessels with max LOA length 850 ft/259 m. At the new berth can be handled various heavy project cargoes (including aerospace). Berth's depth is 35 ft (11 m). The USD 17,9 million berth construction contract was awarded to the Tampa -based company Orion Marine Group. The contract includes building the bulkhead, seawall, relieving platform and dredging. Construction works started in March 2018, with scheduled completion by mid-2019.

In 2018, two port development projects received funding for maintenance works in the seaport. The contractor is USACE (US Army Corps of Engineers). For the projects were allocated USD 14,76 million (Canaveral Harbor Sand Bypass and jetty upgrades) and USD 1,47 million (Harbor and Locks).

On December 5, 2018, Canaveral Port Authority (CPA) approved a series of bonds (up to USD 117 million) for financing "Cruise Terminal 3" (dubbed "Launch Pad") project. In 2021, at the new CT3 Terminal was homeported Carnival's newest and largest ( LNG-powered ) liner Mardi Gras .

  • The project's financing package included bonds up to USD 80 million (30-year, Series A and B) and up to USD 37 million (20-year loan, Series C) by SunTrust Bank (specializing in mortgage, personal and small-business banking). The bank is subsidiary of the Atlanta GA-based SunTrust Banks Inc (reported assets in March 2018 USD 199 billion).
  • Additionally was approved to increase Port's PNC Bank credit line from USD 25 to 50 million. The port also received from Florida Department of Transportation USD 6 million in grants for the infrastructure works.
  • Carnival Cruise Terminal 3 has a dedicated wharf, adjacent parking (6-storey, capacity 1800 vehicles) and a newbuild road. The project's total improvements cost USD 163 million, of which $50 million were contributed by Carnival Corporation . The facility was completed in September 2020, but due to the crisis was inaugurated on June 4, 2021, with the arrival of Mardi Gras.

On May 22, 2019, Disney Cruises signed with CPA a 20-year operating agreement for homeporting two of its three newbuilds . Under the new deal, Disney has 3 boats homeported here (2 new, 1 old) which increased the number of guaranteed roundtrips from 150 per year (2019) to 180 (2023) and 216 (2024 and beyond).

In early March 2020 was launched an RO-RO Division in Port Canaveral - a dedicated vehicle terminal with max annual capacity 240,000 cars. The 16-acres terminal is at South Cargo Pier 4 and serves mainly new import automobiles. The terminal has a large climate-controlled warehouse (sized 20,000 ft2 / 1860 m2). In FY2019, the port handled a total of 12514 vehicles.

Following the port's ban for cruise ship dockings and passenger operations (due to the COVID pandemic), in the period April 3 through May 30, 2020, Canaveral Port Authority furloughed all its employees dedicated to cruise shipping operations.

For a 5-month refurbishment project in 2020 (June through November) was closed CT8 (Disney Cruise Terminal 8).

In April 2023, Port Canaveral officials proposed the construction of a new cruise terminal. The US$175 million facility could be built on the Port's southern side, and completed and opened in 2026-Q4.

In August 2023 was allocated US$68,16 million for two new cruise parking garages (an 8-level near Terminals 5 and 6, and a 6-level near Terminal 10.

Cape Canaveral port statistics

Note: Port's FY (fiscal year) runs from October 1 (current year) through September 30 (next year).

In FY2017, the cruise port handled 4,52+ million passengers (6,4% increase over FY2016). The number of multi-day passengers (4,234+ million) was 7,1% increase over 2016. Statistics showed that just in March 2017, the number of visiting cruiseship tourists was 469,847. This was the Port's 1-month record and a 19% increase over March 2016. Port's FY2017 total revenues were USD 47,4 million (freight and passengers).

For FY2018, the seaport reported a record year with USD 103,75 million in total revenues (218,9% increase over 2017). Cargo and cruise shipping volumes were also an all-time high. The number of handled cruise ship passengers increased by 7,7% - to 4,568431 million. Port's handled cargo tonnage increased by 6,9% - to 6,404944 million tons. Port's total economic output was USD 3,9 billion with around 32650 jobs supported (USD 1,3 billion in wages) including 17200 port workers (USD 0,7294 billion in wages).

For FY2019, the port had ~5% growth (over FY18) in revenues from cruise shipping. By homeporting operations (turnarounds) Port Canaveral is currently ranked the world's 2nd-busiest (after Miami) cruise port with handled in 2019 total 4,634154 million passengers (4,568431 million in 2018).

For season 2019, the cruise port reported a record berth booking with estimated 4,7+ million passengers.

In 2023, Port Canaveral reported a record year with handled 906 cruise ship calls, 13 homeporting ships, ~6,8 million cruise tourists, US$158 million in revenue from cruise shipping operations. For season 2024, the Port had booked 913 ship calls and expected ~7,3M passengers

Port Canaveral cruise terminal

Besides being a large cruise port, Port Canaveral is also among the USA's/and the world's largest naval and cargo ports. On average, each day 10 cruise vessels enter the port.

Port Canaveral's cruise terminals serve several major cruise shipping companies. Terminal 5 is the homeport for ships of RCI-Royal Caribbean , Celebrity , NCL-Norwegian , Marella UK . Terminal 6 serves ships of CCL-Carnival and Princess . Terminal 10 homeports ships of MSC and NCL.

The following cruise port map shows Port Canaveral port's infrastructure, the location of terminal facilities, connecting roads and transportation links to Orlando City.

Port Canaveral is the nearest Disney World city, situated about one hour east of Orlando by car. The Orlando Airport is 45 mi/70 km away. The driving distance to Tampa is 2 hours, to Jacksonville - 2,5 hours.

There are seven cruise terminals, but in regular use are 5 - numbers 3, 5, 6, 8 and 10. They are newer, located on the Port's north side, and serve larger ships. Southside terminals are older. Gambling ships use Terminal 2. Terminal 3 is the new Carnival Cruise Line's terminal.

Currently, Terminal 4 is also used, but rarely. In April 2024 was announced a plan for a new facility at Terminal 4, to be completed in 2026.

The cruise terminal parking rate is USD 15 per day (Port Authority subject to change). There is a parking lot beside each cruise terminal. Port Canaveral offers complimentary cruise parking for disabled Veterans. Approved are waiving cruise parking fees for vehicles with DV (Disabled Veteran) license plates issued under Florida Statutes "s.320.084", "s.320.0842" or "s.320.0845".

In August 2023, Port Canaveral commissioners allocated US$67,46 million for constructing two northside cruise parking garages. For the projects was contracted Ivey's Construction Inc. The larger facility (an 8-level garage with capacity 1940 vehicles) is adjacent to Terminals 5 and 6, while the smaller one (a 6-level garage with capacity 1081 vehicles) is near Terminal 10.

(NEW) Cruise Terminal (2026)

In April 2023 was proposed the construction of a new cruise terminal on the Port's southern side.

The US$175 million facility could be completed and opened in 2026-Q4.

This proposal for a new passenger terminal came after two newbuild large cruise liners were homeported year-round in Cape Canaveral starting in 2024-Q4.

If approved, the proposal will be included in the Port's budget for FY2023 (October 1, 2022, thru September 30, 2023). FY23 was marked by increased cruise shipping traffic and stronger-than-expected, cruise-related revenues (including from parking) estimated at US$150,87 million. The previous estimate was US$124,48M. This represented ~83,7% of Port Canaveral's total projected operating revenue (US$180,35M) including from cargo shipping/handling, recreation, leasing, and other business activities. It was estimated that the Port's FY23 will have US$75,43M profit (including non-operating revenues and expenses) which was US$53,36M before FY23's budget began. The profit was used for port development projects and for reducing debt from previous projects.

In May 2023, were announced plans for a new cruise terminal at the site of the Bluepoints Marina. The facility (projected cost US$175M) could be ready/inaugurated in 2026-Q4.

(NEW) Carnival Cruise Terminal 3 (CT3-Launch Pad)

In late-April 2017, Port Canaveral started construction works on a new cruise terminal.

The facility is on the site of "Cruise Terminal 3" (port's southern / B side), west of Jetty Park and east of The Cove (dining-shopping-attractions complex). On June 7, 2017, engineering and design works for the new terminal were officially approved.

Canaveral Port Authority Commissioners approved US$1,2 million in funding for CH2M Engineering's project management contract. This was Phase I of the 2-year work plan to construct a modern facility with capacity to serve vessels with max capacity 8000 passengers.

At the new passenger terminal can berth even the world's largest cruise vessels of RCI's OASIS-class. CH2M Engineering provided engineering, support services and waterside design for the new Terminal 3.

The project's budget is USD 163 million (initially estimated cost was US$150M), of which US$50M contributed by Carnival Corporation . Ranked the USA's largest single building project, it included the demolition of the port's oldest terminal, construction of a brand new 2-story building (sized 17466 m2 / 188,000 ft2), upgrading the existing berth and building a new (adjacent to the terminal) parking garage, roadway and utility improvements.

The 20-month-long, multi-phased project included 5 separate contracts. Demolition works (of the existing Terminal 3 building) started in April 2018, at the cost of US$210,000.

  • Following the building demolition, the project's next phases included berth demolition, dredging, dockside construction, building passenger boarding (mobile) bridges and terminal building, site works, building a covered parking garage (6-story building, sized 690,000 ft2 / 64,100 m2, capacity 1800 cars).
  • On August 30, 2018, the Canaveral Port Authority (CPA) Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to approve a long-term terminal operation agreement with Carnival Cruise Line, allowing the company to homeport here its newest and biggest liner .
  • Beginning September 1, 2018, the new agreement replaced the old (6-year concession) expiring in 2019. The new 25-year primary term has 4 additional 5-year renewal options. The minimum annual revenue from passenger fees (guaranteed by Carnival) was increased from USD 7 million (fixed, per year) to USD 14,5 million (with annual escalators).
  • On January 8, 2019, the CPA Board of Commissioners awarded the company Ivey's Construction Inc the USD 79 million contract for building Cruise Terminal 3, plus USD 29,53M contract for building the adjacent parking.
  • On April 24, 2019, Canaveral Port Authority commissioners unanimously approved several design changes in the CT3 Project to reduce building costs. Ivey's Construction Inc (Merritt Island-based) won the contract in January with a bid of USD 78,98 million. However, design changes resulted in total savings of USD 4,535 million, bringing the terminal's total cost down to USD 74,45 million. In all, "Cruise Terminal 3" costs USD 163 million when are added the costs of the adjacent parking garage, waterside improvements, two passenger boarding bridges, design services. Plans were redesigned after engineering studies reduced the number of needed piles (also their size and coating) without sacrificing the structural integrity.

The new Carnival Cruise Terminal (CT3) is a 2-story building (sized 187,000 ft2 / 17370 m2) with max passenger capacity 6500 at a time. Among its amenities are electronic systems to facilitate passenger screening, mobile check-in (for expediting boarding), ATMs, restrooms, waiting and baggage halls, retail shopping area, info kiosks.

Construction works officially started on March 18, 2019, and the Terminal was completed in September 2020.

At the new CT3 terminal was homeported Carnival's largest vessel Mardi Gras (GT 180,000 tons, LNG-powered , capacity 5286 berths / max passengers 6500). The new liner's LNG bunkering is dockside (barge-to-ship).

Mardi Gras docked for the first time on June 4, 2021, and was joined later on the same day by the fleetmates Carnival Freedom and Carnival Liberty .

North (A Side) Cruise terminals (5, 6, 8, 10)

They are located on the A dock at the north side. Along is the Charles M Rowland Drive.

All are up to date and can handle the biggest passenger ships. Especially for Disney Cruise Line ships was built Cruise Terminal 8.

For a 5-month refurbishment project in 2020 was closed Disney's Cruise Terminal 8 (June through November). The closure was for installing a new curtainwall-pile (breakwater), removing ticket counters, extending the drop-off canopy, replacing the current seating.

In 2016, about USD 2,3 million were spent at Disney Terminal 8's renovations. This cruise facility is used exclusively by Disney ships. Cruise Terminal 10 was reopened on November 19, 2016, following USD 35 million expansion and upgrade project which took 6 months to complete. Terminal 10 (1994-built) is used by NCL (Norwegian Cruise Line) .

Renovation works included increasing the size of the 2-story terminal building (from 97,050 to 125,825 ft2 / 9016 to 11690 m2). Lower floor's baggage processing area was increased from 42,800 to 64,400 ft2 (3976 to 5983 m2). Upper floor's passengers check-in area was increased from 54,250 to 61,430 ft2 (5040 to 5707 m2).

The development project allowed the terminal to handle larger cruise ships (carrying up to 5,500 passengers). Previously, its max capacity was 3,600 passengers.

Among the major projects of the Cruise Terminal 10 renovations were:

  • USD 25,69 million for terminal renovations, with H.J. High of Orlando as contractor. The downstairs area where baggage processing occurs increased from the previous 42,799 ft2 to 64,396 ft2. The upstairs area where passengers check-in increased from the previous 54,249 ft2 to 61,428 ft2.
  • USD 4,48 million were invested into new mobile Passenger Boarding Bridges (by the Spanish manufacturer ADELTE). The new mobile bridge systems replaced the old fixed gangways and provide better flexibility when used by differently-sized cruise vessels that have different heights and boarding door locations.
  • USD 1,79 million were used for the existing cruise pier strengthening. The contractor (Vortex Marine of Oakland, California) used carbon fiber polymer technology to reinforce and extend the pier's life and structural capacity.

In 2016 was completed another (USD 48,4 million) renovation project at Cruise Terminal 5 (used mostly by Carnival Cruise Line ). Among the improvements were terminal expansion, pier elongation (by 120 ft / 37 m), new mobile boarding bridges, new parking garage (capacity 1044 cars). The 1991-built Terminal 5 now allows berthing of larger ships (with up to 3500 passengers / previously up to 2500). For the project were contracted a total of 87 companies.

South (B Side) Cruise Terminals (2, 4)

They are located on the B dock at the southwest side. Along is George King Blvd. They were among the Port's first cruise facilities and can handle not more than 1900 passengers.

(new) Cruise Terminal 1

On November 5, 2016, in Port Canaveral arrived its ever largest passenger ship - Oasis of the Seas . The mega-liner docked at the new "Cruise 1 Terminal" (inaugurated in December 2014). Oasis OTS was homeported here replacing the smaller Freedom OTS .

Facility's main tenant is RCI Royal Caribbean and was designed specifically to handle Oasis-class vessels. The new terminal is sized 188,000 ft2 (17,470 m2) and has a dedicated parking garage with capacity 1007 vehicles. The project cost USD 104,6M.

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Center: NASA’s base where Apollo missions have been launched. Watch a movie at the center of IMAX, learn the space exploration future at the Exploration Space show, go to the Apollo Center and the LC39 Gantry or try the Shuttle Launch Experience.

US Astronaut Hall of Fame: 5 miles away from the Kennedy Space Center. Honor the American astronauts, watch the Science On A Sphere show, try the Sigma 7 Mercury rocket or a real training for astronauts.

Jetty Park: park at the coastline with a beach, camping and a playground, picnic areas and pavilions. Enjoy the amazing marine traffic view from the pier, favorite place for fishermen and tourists. You can have a coffee, eat or buy something at the Cove Waterfront area, located between the park and the port.

Cocoa Beach Pier: dating since 1962, Space coast best-known landmark located 4 miles away ftom Port Canaveral. It offers bars, souvenir shops, restaurants, live music and lively beach.

Orlando Amusement Parks: enjoy the attractions Walt Disney World , Disney/MGM Studios, Universal Studios, Sea World of Florida and much more.

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Lift off into interstellar exploration at the Kennedy Space Center. Among interactive Mission Zones you’ll see the Saturn V rocket and the Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis. Go behind the gates to discover historic launch sites and working spaceflight facilities, plus marvel at the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame.

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Get In Character

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Orlando is known as a land of amusements — and for good reason. The city is home to six unique theme parks, each with their own distinct thrills, including Universal Studios Orlando and Islands of Adventure. Or you can venture beyond the Big Six to Gatorland’s swampy terrain, or hit one of the many epic waterparks around town.

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Outside The lines

Connect with Florida’s natural side while riding waves at Cocoa Beach or basking in seclusion at Canaveral National Seashore. Don’t miss a kayak trip through glowing bioluminescent waters, or an airboat ride through wetlands. Cruise to Orlando-Port Canaveral and swim in rejuvenating freshwater springs— or tee off at one of Orlando’s 150 golf courses.

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Local Cuisine

The Cove at Port Canaveral is home to plenty of waterfront restaurants serving up fresh fish tacos and mahi-mahi sandwiches. Orlando has its fair share of celebrity chef-led, farm-to-table spots— and character meals are popular at the theme park resorts. And the Mills 50 District north of downtown Orlando is famous for its Vietnamese fare.

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The shops in Historic Cocoa Village sell local handmade art and tropical décor. Souvenir shopping in Orlando is best at Disney Springs, Universal CityWalk and along International Drive. Stop by the family-owned Orange Blossom Indian River Citrus for Florida-grown oranges, grapefruits and other fruits during your Orlando cruise.

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Cruises from Port Canaveral

Explore Florida’s Space Coast and the Theme Park Capital of the World – Orlando, before you embark on a cruise from Port Canaveral with Princess®. Take a visit to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, steer a freighter simulation at Exploration Tower, venture through the Brevard Zoo, or ride on the roller coasters of Orlando’s theme parks. Whether you are looking for family-friendly activities or adventurous things to do, you’ll have amazing experiences to remember before even stepping aboard your cruise vacation.

Caribbean cruises

Sail to the Eastern or Western Caribbean on a cruise from Port Canaveral (Orlando) and island hop to top rated islands such as St. Thomas, Turks & Caicos, and Cozumel. Can't decide between the Eastern or the Western Caribbean? No problem – we have an itinerary that brings you to both regions from Port Canaveral, as well.

What to Know About Cruises from Port Canaveral

Known as the world’s most popular cruise port, Port Canaveral welcomes you to explore all it has to offer. Here’s everything to learn about your cruise from Port Canaveral (Orlando).

Port Canaveral at a glance

  • Language:  English
  • Currency:  U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Time Zone:  Eastern Standard Time (EST)
  • Docking:  Your cruise from Port Canaveral docks at the Cruise Terminal in Cape Canaveral, approximately 45 miles from Orlando International Airport (MCO).
  • Attire:  Located along the Atlantic Coast of East Central Florida, Cape Canaveral has an overall average high temperature of 82 degrees and an average low of 62. If you're visiting the Kennedy Space Center, wear casual attire appropriate for the time of year. Always pack a bathing suit because even if the water is a bit chilly for swimming, sunbathing is a year-round sport in Florida.
  • Transportation:  You can get around by Uber, Lyft, a shuttle, limousine or rental car. Want to beat traffic to the port? Take Brightline , a convenient and comfortable high-speed passenger train.

Things to do in Port Canaveral

Before getting on a cruise from Port Canaveral, or after your debarkation, add visits to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, the Exploration Tower, and the US Air Force Space & Missile Museum. Take in a day of fishing on one of the charter boats docked at the port and relax to the sound of crashing waves on uncrowded beaches. Make the most of your dream vacation by exploring the one-of-a-kind Port Canaveral on Florida’s Space Coast before your cruise or choose one of our debarkation tours. 

Ships that Cruise from Port Canaveral

Our Princess fleet includes some of the best cruises from Port Canaveral. Find the comforts of home along with the luxuries you deserve on board any of our ships. Discover what makes our fleet so unique.

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Buckle up for big adventure on the Space Coast when you book a Carnival cruise from Port Canaveral, Florida. Fun in the sun is a mission easily accomplished in Port Canaveral: before or after your cruise, take time to blast off from the Kennedy Space Center, hug the turns in a stock car at the world famous speedway, and zoom through the screaming roller coasters of Orlando's theme parks. In addition to all these man-made thrills, cruises from Port Canaveral depart from a coastline of sugary sand beaches and protected islands for native wildlife.

  • See a rocket up close at the Kennedy Space Center ™ .
  • Walk the bustling Cocoa Beach boardwalk before your cruise from Port Canaveral.
  • Encounter exotic animals and exciting adventures at Disney's Animal Kingdom ® park.
  • Enjoy an exciting wildlife and alligator tour by airboat.

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Cruises from Port Canaveral FL

Welcome to our list of all the cruises leaving from Port Canaveral year-round. Below is the complete schedule of cruises out of the port closest to Cape Canaveral and Orlando Florida in 2024 .

Go directly to cruises from Port Canaveral in January 2024 , February 2024 , March 2024 , April 2024 , May 2024 , June 2024 , July 2024 , August 2024 , September 2024 , October 2024 , November 2024 or December 2024 .

If you only want the shortest cruises, see our 3-day , 4-day or 5-day cruises from Port Canaveral.

January 2024

January 1: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 2: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . January 2: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . January 5: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . January 5: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . January 5: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . January 5: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 6: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . January 6: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . January 6: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . January 6: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 7: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 8: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . January 8: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . January 8: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . January 11: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . January 12: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . January 12: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . January 12: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . January 13: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . January 13: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . January 13: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . January 13: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 14: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 15: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . January 15: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . January 15: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . January 15: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . January 15: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 19: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . January 19: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . January 19: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 20: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . January 20: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . January 20: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . January 20: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . January 20: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 21: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 22: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . January 22: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . January 25: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . January 26: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . January 26: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . January 26: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . January 27: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . January 27: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . January 27: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . January 27: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 28: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . January 29: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . January 29: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . January 29: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . January 29: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . January 29: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean .

February 2024

February 2: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . February 2: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . February 2: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . February 2: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . February 3: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . February 3: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . February 3: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . February 4: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . February 5: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . February 5: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . February 5: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . February 8: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . February 9: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . February 9: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . February 9: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . February 10: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . February 10: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . February 10: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . February 10: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . February 11: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . February 12: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . February 12: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . February 12: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . February 12: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . February 12: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . February 16: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . February 16: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . February 16: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . February 16: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . February 17: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . February 17: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . February 17: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . February 17: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . February 17: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . February 18: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . February 18: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . February 19: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . February 19: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . February 19: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . February 23: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . February 23: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . February 23: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . February 24: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . February 24: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . February 24: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . February 24: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . February 24: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . February 25: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . February 26: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . February 26: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . February 26: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . February 26: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises .

March 1: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . March 1: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . March 1: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . March 1: 8-night cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 2: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . March 2: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . March 2: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . March 3: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . March 3: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 4: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . March 4: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . March 4: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . March 7: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . March 8: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . March 8: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . March 8: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . March 9: 8-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . March 9: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . March 9: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . March 9: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 10: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 11: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . March 11: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . March 11: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . March 11: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . March 11: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 15: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . March 15: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . March 15: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . March 15: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 16: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . March 16: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . March 16: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . March 17: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . March 17: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 18: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . March 18: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . March 18: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . March 21: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . March 22: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . March 22: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . March 22: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . March 23: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . March 23: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . March 23: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . March 23: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 24: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 25: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . March 25: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . March 25: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . March 25: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . March 25: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 29: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . March 29: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . March 29: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . March 29: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 30: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . March 30: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . March 30: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . March 30: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . March 30: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . March 31: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . March 31: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean .

April 1: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . April 1: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . April 1: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . April 4: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . April 5: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . April 5: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . April 5: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . April 6: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . April 6: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . April 6: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . April 7: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . April 7: 12-day cruise to Italy on Norwegian Cruise Line . April 8: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . April 8: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . April 8: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . April 8: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . April 8: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . April 12: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . April 12: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . April 12: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . April 12: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . April 13: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . April 13: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . April 13: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . April 14: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . April 14: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . April 15: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . April 15: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . April 15: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . April 18: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . April 19: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . April 19: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . April 19: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . April 20: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . April 20: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . April 20: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . April 21: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . April 22: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . April 22: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . April 22: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . April 22: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . April 26: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . April 26: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . April 26: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . April 27: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . April 27: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . April 27: 5-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . April 28: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . April 29: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . April 29: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line .

May 2: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . May 3: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . May 4: 8-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . May 4: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . May 5: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . May 6: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . May 6: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . May 10: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . May 10: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . May 10: 8-night cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . May 11: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . May 11: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . May 12: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . May 13: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . May 13: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . May 17: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . May 17: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . May 18: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . May 18: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . May 18: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . May 19: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . May 19: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . May 20: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . May 20: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . May 20: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . May 24: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . May 24: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . May 24: 4-day cruise to the Bahamas on Norwegian Cruise Line . May 24: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . May 25: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . May 25: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . May 25: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . May 26: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . May 26: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . May 27: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . May 27: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . May 28: 11-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . May 31: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . May 31: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line .

June 1: 8-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . June 1: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . June 1: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . June 2: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . June 3: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . June 3: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . June 7: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . June 7: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . June 7: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . June 7: 8-night cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . June 8: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . June 8: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . June 8: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . June 9: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . June 9: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . June 10: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . June 10: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . June 14: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . June 14: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . June 14: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . June 15: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . June 15: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . June 15: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . June 15: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . June 16: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . June 16: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . June 17: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . June 17: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . June 17: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . June 21: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . June 21: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . June 21: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . June 21: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . June 22: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . June 22: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . June 22: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . June 22: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . June 23: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . June 23: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . June 24: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . June 24: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . June 28: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . June 28: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . June 28: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . June 29: 8-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . June 29: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . June 29: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . June 29: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . June 30: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean .

July 1: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . July 1: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . July 5: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . July 5: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . July 5: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . July 5: 8-night cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . July 6: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . July 6: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . July 6: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . July 7: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . July 7: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . July 8: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . July 8: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . July 12: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . July 12: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . July 13: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . July 13: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . July 13: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . July 13: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . July 14: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . July 14: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . July 15: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . July 15: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . July 15: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . July 19: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . July 19: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . July 19: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . July 20: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . July 20: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . July 20: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . July 21: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . July 21: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . July 22: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . July 22: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . July 22: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . July 25: 10-night cruise to the Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . July 26: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . July 26: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . July 26: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . July 27: 8-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . July 27: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . July 27: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . July 28: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . July 29: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . July 29: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . July 29: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean .

August 2024

August 2: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . August 2: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . August 2: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . August 2: 8-night cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . August 3: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . August 3: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . August 3: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . August 4: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . August 4: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . August 5: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . August 5: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . August 5: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . August 9: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . August 9: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . August 9: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . August 10: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . August 10: 10-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . August 10: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . August 10: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . August 10: 15-day cruise to Iceland on Norwegian Cruise Line . August 11: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . August 11: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . August 12: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . August 12: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . August 12: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . August 12: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . August 16: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . August 16: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . August 16: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . August 16: 8-night Bermuda & Bahamas cruise on Royal Caribbean . August 17: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . August 17: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . August 17: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . August 18: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . August 18: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . August 19: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . August 19: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . August 19: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . August 20: 10-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . August 23: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . August 23: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . August 23: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . August 24: 8-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . August 24: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . August 24: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . August 25: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . August 26: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . August 26: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . August 26: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . August 30: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . August 30: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . August 30: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . August 30: 4-day cruise to the Bahamas on Norwegian Cruise Line . August 30: 8-night cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . August 31: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . August 31: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line .

September 2024

September 1: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . September 1: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . September 2: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . September 2: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . September 2: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . September 6: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . September 6: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . September 6: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . September 7: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . September 7: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . September 7: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . September 8: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . September 8: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . September 9: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . September 9: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . September 9: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . September 9: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . September 13: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . September 13: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . September 13: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . September 13: 8-night Bermuda & Bahamas cruise on Royal Caribbean . September 14: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . September 14: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . September 14: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . September 15: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . September 16: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . September 16: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . September 16: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . September 20: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . September 20: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . September 20: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . September 21: 8-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . September 21: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . September 21: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . September 22: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . September 23: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . September 23: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . September 23: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . September 27: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . September 27: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . September 27: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . September 27: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . September 28: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . September 28: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . September 29: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . September 29: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . September 30: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . September 30: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . September 30: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean .

October 2024

October 4: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . October 4: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . October 4: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . October 5: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . October 5: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . October 5: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . October 6: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . October 7: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . October 7: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . October 7: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . October 7: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . October 11: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . October 11: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . October 11: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . October 11: 8-night cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . October 12: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . October 12: 4-night cruise to Lighthouse Point & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . October 12: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . October 13: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . October 13: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . October 14: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . October 14: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . October 14: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . October 16: 4-night cruise to Lighthouse Point & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . October 18: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . October 18: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . October 18: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . October 19: 8-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . October 19: 6-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . October 20: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . October 21: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . October 21: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . October 21: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . October 25: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . October 25: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . October 25: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . October 25: 13-night cruise to Portugal on Royal Caribbean . October 26: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . October 26: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . October 27: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . October 27: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . October 28: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . October 28: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . October 28: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean .

November 2024

November 1: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . November 1: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . November 1: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . November 2: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . November 2: 4-night cruise to Lighthouse Point & Castaway Cay on Disney Cruise Line . November 3: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . November 4: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . November 4: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . November 4: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . November 4: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . November 6: 4-night cruise to Lighthouse Point & Castaway Cay on Disney Cruise Line . November 8: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . November 8: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . November 8: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . November 9: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . November 9: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . November 10: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . November 10: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . November 11: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . November 11: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . November 11: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . November 15: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . November 15: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . November 16: 8-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . November 16: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . November 17: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . November 18: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . November 18: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . November 18: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . November 18: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . November 22: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . November 22: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . November 22: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . November 23: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . November 23: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . November 23: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . November 24: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . November 24: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . November 25: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . November 25: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . November 25: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . November 29: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . November 29: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . November 29: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . November 30: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . November 30: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . November 30: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line .

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December 2024

December 1: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . December 2: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . December 2: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . December 2: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . December 6: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . December 6: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . December 6: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . December 7: 5-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . December 7: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . December 7: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . December 7: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . December 8: 6-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . December 8: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . December 9: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . December 9: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . December 9: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . December 13: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . December 13: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . December 13: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . December 14: 8-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . December 14: 4-night cruise to Lighthouse Point & Castaway Cay on Disney Cruise Line . December 14: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . December 15: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . December 16: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . December 16: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . December 16: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . December 16: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . December 18: 4-night cruise to Lighthouse Point & Castaway Cay on Disney Cruise Line . December 20: 3-day cruise to Bimini on Carnival Cruises . December 20: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . December 21: 7-day cruise to the Western Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . December 21: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises . December 22: 4-night cruise to Lighthouse Point & Castaway Cay on Disney Cruise Line . December 22: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . December 23: 4-day cruise to Princess Cays & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . December 23: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . December 23: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . December 26: 3-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . December 27: 3-day cruise to Nassau on Carnival Cruises . December 27: 3-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . December 27: 8-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . December 28: 7-day cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Norwegian Cruise Line . December 28: 8-day cruise to the Southern Caribbean on Carnival Cruises . December 29: 7-night cruise to the Western Caribbean on Royal Caribbean . December 29: 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean on Disney Cruise Line . December 30: 4-day cruise to Bimini & Nassau on Carnival Cruises . December 30: 4-night cruise to Castaway Cay & Nassau on Disney Cruise Line . December 30: 4-night CocoCay & Nassau cruise on Royal Caribbean . December 30: 5-day cruise to Amber Cove & Grand Turk on Carnival Cruises .

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Mardi Gras

July 1, 2023

July 1 - 8, 2023

Mardi Gras

Carnival Cruise Lines

7 Night Eastern Caribbean

7 Night Eastern Caribbean

from Port Canaveral, Florida

The July 1, 2023 cruise on the Mardi Gras departs from Port Canaveral, Florida. On this 7 Night Eastern Caribbean sailing, the ship will visit a total of 4 different cruise port destinations, including its departure port. The Mardi Gras sets sail on a Saturday (July 1, 2023) and returns on a Saturday (July 8, 2023).

The Mardi Gras was built in 2020 and is amoung Carnival's 26 ships in it's fleet. The Mardi Gras is included in the cruise line's XL Class. In the cruise ship stats below you'll find the Mardi Gras vs all other Carnival ships.

All Itineraries

Day 1: At Sea

Port Canaveral

You won't find many places where nature exists in harmony with technology, but it does in Cape Canaveral on Florida's Space Coast. Visit the world-famous Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, or, on the same land, check out the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. You'll also find pristine beaches, fabulous fishing and great golfing all within driving distance of Florida's biggest attractions.

You won't find many places where nature exists in harmony with technology, but it does in Cape Canaveral on Florida's Space Coast. Visit the world-famous Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, or, on...

Day 2: At Sea

Take advantage of the many on board activites during your day at sea. Explore the Mardi Gras Deck Maps and make sure to view our list of Ship Venues and Features. You'll have more than enough to fill your day!

Day 3: At Sea

The fortress of El Morro guards the harbor against long-gone Sir Francis Drake and his British privateers. The colorful streets of Old San Juan retain the Latin flavor of its seafaring past, when this was the heart of the Spanish Main. Sample the fiery rum made here, or indulge in an icy treat made from fresh tropical fruit and enjoy the Caribbean atmosphere.

The fortress of El Morro guards the harbor against long-gone Sir Francis Drake and his British privateers. The colorful streets of Old San Juan retain the Latin flavor of its seafaring past, when this...

Day 5: At Sea

Grand Turk Island

Day 7: At Sea

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Personal Navigators: 10-Night Southern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral – July 13, 2023

Personal Navigators, and other details from the Silver Anniversary at Sea  10-Night Southern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral . The  Disney Fantasy  set sail from  Port Canaveral, Florida on July 13, 2023. During this cruise, the ship was under the control of Captain Marco Nogara. The Cruise Director during the sailing was Ashley Long. 

Map Fantasy 10 Night Southern Caribbean PCV SEA SEA ARU BON SEA ANU STT SEA GOC

Day 1 – July 13, 2023 –  Port Canaveral, Florida

Guests Onboard : 3:45 pm Personal Navigator – Day 1

Attire : Cruise Casual

Dinner Menus :

  • Royal Court :  Royal Court
  • Animator’s Palate :  Animator’s Palate
  • Enchanted Garden :  Enchanted Garden

Evening Entertainment :

  • Featured Act – Personal Navigator was not available. There was guest variety act in the Walt Disney Theater.

Day 2 – July 14, 2023 – At Sea

Personal Navigator – Day 2

Attire : Formal

Drink of the Day :  Cool Breeze  •  Non-Alcoholic :  Crazy Shake

  • Walt Disney Theatre Production –  Disney’s Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular

Day 3 – July 15, 2023 – At Sea

Personal Navigator – Day 3

Drink of the Day :  Bahama Mama  •  Non-Alcoholic :  Coco Bali

  • Featured Act –  MoonShot

Day 4 – July 16, 2023 –  Oranjestad, Aruba

Guests Ashore : 10:00 am  Guests Onboard : 9:30 pm Personal Navigator – Day 4

Drink of the Day :  Mai Tai  •  Non-Alcoholic :  Cranberry No-Jito

  • Royal Court :  Land & Sea
  • Animator’s Palate :  World of Flavour
  • Enchanted Garden :  Vista
  • Movie –  Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

Day 5 – July 17, 2023 –  Kralendijk, Bonaire

Guests Ashore : 8:30 am  Guests Onboard : 2:30 pm Personal Navigator – Day 5

Drink of the Day :  Yellow Bird  •  Non-Alcoholic :  Lava Smoothie

  • Featured Act –  The Magic & Comedy of Jon Armstrong

Day 6 – July 18, 2023 – At Sea

Personal Navigator – Day 6

Attire : Pirate or Cruise Casual

Drink of the Day :  Sunken Treasure  •  Non-Alcoholic :  Parrot Song

  • Royal Court :  Pirates in the Caribbean
  • Animator’s Palate :  Pirates in the Caribbean
  • Enchanted Garden :  Pirates in the Caribbean
  • Featured Act –  Buckets N Boards

Day 7 – July 19, 2023 –  St. John’s, Antigua

Guests Ashore : 8:30 am  Guests Onboard : 4:00 pm Personal Navigator – Day 7

Drink of the Day : Caribbean Dream •  Non-Alcoholic :  Bubble Gum Smoothie

  • Featured Act –  All That! Percussion Dance Group

Day 8 – July 20, 2023 –  St. Thomas, USVI

Guests Ashore : 7:45 am  Guests Onboard : 3:45 pm Personal Navigator – Day 8

Drink of the Day : Deep Blue Sea •  Non-Alcoholic : Tropical Rhythm

  • Royal Court :  Captain’s Gala Dinner
  • Animator’s Palate :  Animator’s Palate – Animation Magic
  • Enchanted Garden :  Prince & Princess
  • Featured Act –  The Ventriloquism & Comedy of Lynn Trefzger

Day 9 – July 21, 2023 – At Sea

Personal Navigator – Day 9

Attire : Semi-Formal

Drink of the Day :  High Tide  •  Non-Alcoholic :  Bubble Gum Smoothie

  • Walt Disney Theatre Production –  Frozen, A Musical Spectacular

Day 10 – July 22, 2023 –  Castaway Cay

Guests Ashore : 10:00 am  Guests Onboard : 5:15 pm Personal Navigator – Day 10

Drink of the Day :  Stingray  •  Non-Alcoholic :  Princess Delight

  • Walt Disney Theatre Production –  Disney’s Believe

Buena Vista Theatre Movies

  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
  • Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny
  • Peter Pan & Wendy
  • The Little Mermaid

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Wharf expansion worth $2.1 billion boosted by Cape Canaveral's space industry could be coming

In the coming decades, the Space Coast’s booming commercial space economy may prompt a $2.1 billion northward expansion near Port Canaveral, creating a new large-scale wharf stretching parallel with the Banana River shoreline along Cape Canaveral Space Force Station property.

Thursday morning, Space Florida released a 67-page feasibility study detailing the ambitious proposal, which could require seven construction phases across a 50-year span to accommodate the space industry's future maritime needs.

Why build the wharf? Led today by SpaceX, the Cape's future launch providers will use drone ships, marine vessels and smaller boats to transport and retrieve rocket boosters, fairings and capsules. For example, one Falcon 9 launch can generate ocean recovery operations for all three of these components.

"You start to project out what SpaceX is doing now. Then you start to add other launches by companies like Blue Origin, and increasing launches from ULA with Vulcan. Plus, all of the other players like Relativity and Stoke and Firefly and Vaya, and all the companies that are out there in development right now," Space Florida President and CEO Rob Long said.

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Describing Port Canaveral's projected wharf demand by the commercial space industry, Long said, "if you're an airport, and you have too few runways to support the demand, you would add another runway."

What large-scale Port Canaveral expansion would include

Funding and timeline estimates for the conceptual expansion remain undetermined, Long said. The study proposes a long-term, large-scale expansion that would:

  • Create a new wharf cutting northward through the Middle Turning Basin (Poseidon Basin) that runs along the Banana River shoreline.
  • Remove some buildings and infrastructure used by the Space Force and U.S. Army — including the Sands Space History Center — which would be rebuilt elsewhere. Space Force officials declined comment.
  • Realign State Road 401 along the west side of the expanded basin.

The ambitious study’s project area encompasses land or channels under the jurisdiction of Cape Canaveral Space Force Station and the Canaveral Port Authority, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.

Today, SpaceX fairing recovery vessels and drone ships — some bearing Falcon 9 first-stage boosters — are routinely seen in the vicinity of cruise ships along Port Canaveral's North Cargo Berth area.

However, the Space Florida study projects the commercial space industry may outgrow this port area within five years because of limited space, potential congestion and lack of shipyard operations, among other factors.

Port Canaveral CEO John Murray made that clear in his latest annual State of the Port presentation to community leaders.

"This port can't handle everything," Murray said. "We alone cannot accommodate the projected maritime needs. It's that simple."

In his presentation, Murray said the port is "committed to the space industry," but also has its other cargo and cruise operations to consider. Port Canaveral is the world's second-busiest cruise port, and also has a growing cargo business, handling commodities ranging from petroleum to lumber.

"We've always grown up with them, side by side, since the 1950s," Murray said, referring to the space industry. "We do support the launch recovery operations right now from SpaceX. We have other parties that are getting ready to do the same. There could be as many as 10 more launch service providers with maritime assets."

Port expansion study involved many space companies

A kickoff meeting for the Space Florida port study took place in February 2023. Eleven commercial space companies provided input, ranging from SpaceX, Blue Origin and United Launch Alliance to young ventures like Vaya Space, Phantom Space and Stoke Space.

Space companies will need cranes, office space, equipment storage space and room for other functions along the wharf. Due to the proprietary nature of operations, most companies recommend they will need 5 acres to 15 acres landside, the study said.

The Space Florida study projected that there would be a demand for 197 launch recovery operations by 2028; 571 by 2053; and 1,252 by 2073. It said each operation would require the use of four marine vessels, on average.

These projections also include potential sea-based launches from launch pads atop marine vessels. Example: Space Perspective, a Titusville company, hopes to soon start launching tourists to the edge of space aboard its hydrogen-balloon-lifted Spaceship Neptune capsule from the deck of its 294-foot ship MS Voyager.

The study also examined proposed oceanfront turning basins along the Atlantic coast at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station and KSC, along with proposed basins in the Banana River. However, these options were eliminated from consideration because of environmental-permitting constraints, military operations, access issues and other challenges.

What's next with port study

Next, Space Florida said it will do a full environmental analysis of the study's near- and long-term options still on the table. Space Florida also plans to conduct a statewide study to determine how other Florida seaports can support the space industry.

Murray said it is crucial to have a solution for the space industry, and he pledged the port's cooperation toward that goal.

He said the port appreciates Space Florida taking on this study, and supports "the comprehensive effort to address the industry’s growing maritime needs. We look forward to continued collaboration with federal and state partners to realize solutions to ensure the industry’s continued success.”

This year, the Florida Legislature unanimously approved an amendment to the Canaveral Port Authority's charter specifying that the port will "take reasonable measures to support the commercial space launch industry at Port Canaveral."

Murray said the ultimate plan for accommodating launch recovery operations "could be quite complex." But he is hopeful that "there will be some positive way forward" that comes out of the Space Florida initiative.

Rick Neale  is a Space Reporter at FLORIDA TODAY. Contact Neale at [email protected] . Twitter/X:  @RickNeale1

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Upcoming missions from Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the company's Dragon spacecraft is launched on NASA's SpaceX Crew-6 mission to the International Space Station on Thursday, March 2, 2023, at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Check back for the latest information on upcoming launches.

By The Numbers:

2024: 33 Space Coast launches in 2024 (updated May 2) | 23 from Cape Canaveral, 10 from KSC | 31 from SpaceX (31 Falcon 9s), 2 from ULA (1 Vulcan, 1 Delta IV Heavy) | 2 human spaceflight ( Ax-3 , Crew-8 )

2023: 72 Space Coast launches in 2023 | 59 from Cape Canaveral, 13 from KSC | 68 from SpaceX (63 Falcon 9s, 5 Falcon Heavy), 3 from United Launch Alliance (1 Delta IV Heavy, 2 Atlas V), 1 from Relativity Space | 3 human spaceflights ( Crew-6 , Ax-2 , Crew-7 )

Details on past launches can be found at the end of file.

May 6: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-57 mission carrying 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41 targeting a 2:14 p.m. liftoff during four-hour window from 11:34 a.m.-3:34 p.m. with backup on May 7 from 11:08 a.m.-3:08 p.m. The first-stage booster for the flight is making its 15th trip to space with a planned recovery landing downrange in the Atlantic Ocean on SpaceX’s droneship Just Read the Instructions.   Read more .

May 6: (Delayed from July 21, 2023; April 22, 2024): Boeing CST-100 Starliner atop United Launch Alliance Atlas V from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41 at 10:34 p.m. on the Crew Flight Test (CFT) carrying NASA astronauts Butch Wilmore and Suni Williams on an eight-day mission to the International Space Station followed by a parachute-and-airbag-assisted ground landing in the desert of the western United States. Backup options fall on May 7, 10 and 11. Read more .

May 7: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-56 mission carrying Starlink satellites from Kennedy Space Center Launch Pad 39-A during four-hour window from 11:08 a.m.-3:08 p.m. with backup on May 8 from 10:42 a.m.-2:42 p.m.

June 25: SpaceX Falcon Heavy on its 10th launch ever with payload of the GOES-U satellite for the NOAA from Kennedy Space Center Launch Pad 39-A.

TBD, 2nd quarter of 2024: United Launch Alliance Vulcan Centaur on Sierra Space Dream Chaser test flight from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41. The Vulcan first-stage received its 2nd of two Blue Origin BE-4 engines by April 17, and the Dream Chaser is on its final round of testing at NASA’s Armstrong Test Facility in Ohio that began in March and continued through mid-April before it will be shipped to Kennedy Space Center. Support equipment arrived April 17 to KSC’s Space Station Processing Facility (SSPF) ahead of its arrival. Read more .

TBD, Summer 2024 (Delayed from summer 2023): Polaris Dawn mission on a SpaceX Falcon 9 topped with the Crew Dragon Resilience from KSC’s Launch Pad 39-A. The private orbital mission will bring billionaire Jared Isaacman to space for a second time after 2021′s Inspiration4 mission. It’s the first of up to three planned Polaris missions, and will feature a tethered spacewalk. Also flying are Scott Poteet, given the title of mission pilot, specialist Sarah Gillis, and specialist and medical officer Anna Menon. Both Gillis and Menon are SpaceX employees. Read more .

No earlier than mid-August 2024: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Crew-9 mission. Crew is NASA astronauts Zena Cardman making her first flight and the 10th of 11 members of the Turtles to fly to space; pilot Nick Hague making his third flight including one mission abort from Russia, mission specialist Stephanie Wilson, who flew three times on Space Shuttle Discovery on STS-121, STS-120, and STS-131 logging 42 days in space, and Roscomos cosmonaut and mission specialist Aleksandr Gorbunov, making his first trip to space.

October 2024: SpaceX Falcon Heavy on the Europa Clipper mission to travel 1.8 billion miles to investigate Jupiter’s moon Europa to determine whether there are places below Jupiter’s icy moon, Europa, that could support life. The mission’s detailed investigation of Europa will help scientists better understand the astrobiological potential for habitable worlds beyond our planet.

No earlier than October 2024: Axiom Space was awarded the right to fly Axiom-4. No crew has been announced, but NASA requires it to be commanded by a former NASA astronaut with experience on the space station such as the Ax-1, Ax-2 and Ax-3 commanders. The commercial flight brings four crew for a short stay on the ISS. This mission is targeting a 14-day stay, and will fly up with one of the SpaceX Crew Dragons. The launch date is dependent on spacecraft traffic to the ISS and in-orbit activity planning and constraints that have to be coordinated with NASA.

UPCOMING: TBD IN 2024

TBD, early 2024: United Launch Alliance Atlas V on USSF 51 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41.

TBD, 2nd half of 2024: United Launch Alliance Vulcan Centaur on first of four planned Department of Defense mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41. Dependent on ULA completing both Certification 1 and Certification 2 flights.

TBD, 2nd half of 2024: United Launch Alliance Vulcan Centaur on second of four planned Department of Defense mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41.

TBD, 2nd half of 2024: United Launch Alliance Vulcan Centaur on third of four planned Department of Defense mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41.

TBD, 2nd half of 2024: United Launch Alliance Vulcan Centaur on fourth of four planned Department of Defense mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41.

TBD: First launch of Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket. On the Space Force manifest for September 2024, according to Space Force officials.

November 2024: SpaceX Falcon Heavy flying Astrobotic’s Griffin lunar lander as part of NASA’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services program. It will include NASA’s Artemis lunar rover, the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, or VIPER, which will explore the relatively nearby but extreme environment of the moon in search of ice and other potential resources. This mobile robot will land at the south pole of the moon in late 2024 on a 100-day mission. The critical information it provides will teach us about the origin and distribution of water on the moon and help determine how to harvest the moon’s resources for future human space exploration.

December 2024: Intuitive Machines IM-2 mission on a SpaceX Falcon 9 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 with the company’s second Nova-C lander featuring NASA’s PRIME-1 drill, to land a drill and mass spectrometer near the south pole of the moon in order to demonstrate the feasibility of in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) and measure the volatile content of subsurface samples. Also flying is the Lunar Trailblazer, a mission selected under NASA’s Small Innovative Missions for Planetary Exploration (SIMPLEx) program, a small satellite designed to provide an understanding of the form, abundance, and distribution of water on the moon, as well as the lunar water cycle.

UPCOMING: TBD IN 2025

TBD, no earlier than early 2025: Boeing Starliner-1 on ULA Atlas V from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station Space Launch Complex 41. NASA astronauts Scott Tingle and Mike Fincke will be commander and pilot, respectively. This Starliner previously flew on Boeing’s Orbital Flight Test-2 mission. Depending on data from CFT mission, this could become SpaceX Crew-10 mission.

September 2025: NASA Artemis II mission to send four crew on 8-day orbital mission to the moon from KSC’s Launch Pad 39-B. Read more .

UPCOMING: TBD IN 2026

September 2026: NASA Artemis III mission to send four crew on lunar landing mission to the moon from KSC’s Launch Pad 39-B. Read more .

LAUNCHED IN 2024

Jan. 3: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Ovzon 3 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 6:04 p.m. This was the first launch of 2024. The 3,968-pound Ovzon 3 satellite is the first privately funded and developed Swedish geostationary satellite ever to be launched, headed for a geostationary transfer orbit where it will then propel itself to its geostationary orbit over 3-4 months at 59.7 degrees east at 22,236 miles altitude. The first-stage booster flew for the 10th time with a recovery landing at Canaveral’s Landing Zone 1. Read more .

Jan. 7: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-35 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 5:35 p.m. The first-stage booster made its 16th flight having previously flown on two crewed and two cargo missions to the International Space Station among others. It managed its recovery landing downrange on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas. Read more .

Jan. 8 (Delayed from May 4, Dec. 24-26): First-ever launch of United Launch Alliance Vulcan Centaur on Certification-1 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41 at 2:18 a.m. Primary payload was commercial company Astrobotic’s Peregrine lander headed to the moon. Also flying will be another human remains payload for Celestis Inc., this time brining the ashes of more than 200 people to space including “Star Trek” creator Gene Roddenberry and actor James Doohan who played “Scotty” on the TV series. Read more .

Jan. 14 (Delayed from Jan. 13): SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-37 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 with 23 Starlink satellites at 8:52 p.m. The first-stage booster flew its 12th mission and with a recovery landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas downrange in the Atlantic. This was the fourth launch from the Space Coast in 2024. Read more .

Jan. 18 (Delayed from Jan. 17): SpaceX Falcon 9 with a Crew Dragon Freedom for Axiom Space’s Axiom-3 mission launched at 4:49 p.m. from KSC’s Launch Pad 39-A. The crew includes one astronaut each from Italy, Turkey and Sweden while the mission is led by Axiom’s chief astronaut Michael López-Alegría who is making his sixth trip to space. The customers are Italian Air Force Col. Walter Villadei, who will act as pilot. In the two mission specialist roles are Alper Gezeravcı of Turkey and ESA project astronaut Marcus Wandt of Sweden. All three have served in their respective nations’ air forces. The commercial flight brings four crew for a short stay on the ISS. This mission is targeting a 14-day stay with docking planned for Saturday at 5:15 a.m. The first-stage booster made a landing at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Landing Zone 1. Read more .

Jan. 28: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-38 mission with 23 Starlink satellites at 8:10 p.m. liftoff on a southerly trajectory from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39-A. The first-stage booster made its 18th flight, with past missions including the crewed flights of Inspiration4 and Ax-1, and had a recovery landing downrange in the Atlantic on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas. Read more .

Jan. 30: SpaceX Falcon 9 with Northrop Grumman Cygnus spacecraft on the NG-20 mission to resupply the International Space Station at12:07 p.m.. This was the first ISS launch from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40, which SpaceX has been redeveloping to support future crewed missions in addition to KSC’s Launch Pad 39-A. This was the first of at least three SpaceX flights of Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus spacecraft as part of a deal after its 10-year run of launches atop Antares rockets ended with the Aug. 1 launch from Wallops Island, Virginia because of issues with Russian- and Ukrainian-made rocket engines and first stage parts that are being redeveloped with Firefly Aerospace for a future Antares rocket not expected until at least 2025. Following launch, the space station’s Canadarm2 will grapple Cygnus no earlier than Thursday, Feb. 1, and the spacecraft will attach to the Unity module’s Earth-facing port for cargo unloading by the Expedition 70 crew. The first-stage booster made its 10th flight and returned for a touchdown at Canaveral’s Landing Zone 1. Read more .

Feb. 8 (Delayed from Feb. 6, 7): NASA’s Plankton, Aerosol Cloud Ocean Ecosystem (PACE) satellite on a SpaceX Falcon 9 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 1:33 a.m. PACE will advance the assessment of ocean health by measuring the distribution of phytoplankton, tiny plants and algae that sustain the marine food web, as well as clouds and aerosols in the atmosphere. The first-stage booster flying for the fourth time made a recovery landing at Canaveral’s Landing Zone 1. Read more .

Feb. 14: A SpaceX Falcon 9 on the USSF-124 mission launching from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 5:30 p.m. Payloads included two satellites for the Missile Defense Agency to track hypersonic missiles and four more satellites for the Tranche 0 constellation for the Space Development Agency. The first-stage booster flew for the seventh time with a recovery landing at Canaveral’s Landing Zone 2. Read more .

Feb. 15 (Delayed from Nov. 14, Jan. 12, Feb. 14): SpaceX Falcon 9 for the Intuitive Machines IM-1 mission with the company’s Nova-C lunar lander Odysseus from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39-A at 1:05 a.m. This could end up being the first NASA Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) mission to land on the moon after the failure of Astrobotic’s Peregrine lander. The IM-1 has a suite of six NASA payloads as part of a CLPS delivery and another six privately organized payloads. Landing would take place Feb. 22. Read more .

Feb. 20: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Merah Putih 2 mission, a communications satellite for Telkom Indonesia, from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station Space Launch Complex 40 at 3:11 p.m. into a geosynchronous transfer orbit. This was the 11th launch from the Space Coast in 2023 and 300th successful Falcon 9 launch since its debut in 2010, having only had one mid-launch failure in 2015. This was the 17th launch of the first stage booster, and it made a recovery landing downrange on the Just Read the Instructions droneship in the Atlantic Ocean. Read more .

Feb. 25 (delayed from Feb. 24): SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-39 mission sending up 24 Starlink satellites launching from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 5:06 p.m. This was the 12th launch from the Space Coast in 2024. The first-stage booster for the mission flew for the 13th time and made a recovery landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas downrange in the Atlantic. Read more .

Feb. 29: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-40 mission with 23 Starlink satellites launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 10:30 a.m. This was the 13th launch from the Space Coast in 2024. The first-stage booster for the mission flew for the 11h time and made recovery landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions downrange in the Atlantic. Read more .

March 3 (delayed from Feb. 22, 28, March 1, 2): SpaceX Crew-8 on Falcon 9 from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39-A  at 10:53 p.m. Bad weather on the ascent corridor took the first three launch options on March 1 and 2 off the table. It’s the eighth SpaceX operational mission under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. Its four crew members are NASA astronauts Commander Matthew Dominick, Pilot Michael Barratt, Mission Specialist Jeanette Epps and Roscosmos cosmonaut Mission Specialist Alexander Grebenkin. They flew up in the Crew Dragon Endeavour making its fifth trip to space. The first-stage booster made its first flight. The mission had originally been targeting Feb. 22, but that was the target day for the Intuitive Machines attempt to land on the moon, and NASA chose to move the launch to “deconflict” NASA support operations that day. Read more .

March 4: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-41 mission sending up 23 more Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 6:56 p.m. The first stage booster flew for the 13th time and made a recovery landing on the droneship  A Shortfall of Gravitas. Read more .

March 10: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-43 mission sent up 23 more Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 7:05 p.m. The first-stage booster flew for the 11th time with a recovery landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions downrange in the Atlantic. This was the 16th launch from the Space Coast in 2024. Read more .

March 15 (Delayed from March 13, 14): SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-44 mission sending up 23 more Starlink satellites from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39-A at 8:21 p.m. after scrubbing launches on both Wednesday and Thursday with about 2 minutes on the countdown clock. The booster flew for a record-tying 19th time and made a recovery landing downrange on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas. Read more .

March 21: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the CRS-30 resupply mission with a Cargo Dragon to the International Space Station from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 4:54 p.m. This was the first Dragon launch from SLC-40 since the addition of a crew access arm to support Dragon launches from more than one Space Coast pad and augment normal launches from KSC’s Launch Pad 39-A. The first-stage booster made a recovery landing at Canaveral’s Landing Zone 1. Read more .

March 23 (delayed from March 22):  SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-42 mission sending up 23 more Starlink satellites from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39-A at 11:09 p.m. The first-stage booster flew for 19th time.

March 25: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-46 mission sending up 23 more Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 7:42 p.m. The first-stage booster flew for the eighth time and landed on the A Shortfall of Gravitas droneship.

March 30: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Eutelsat-36X mission from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39-A at 5:52 p.m. The first-stage booster flew for the 12th time with a landing on the Just Read the Instructions droneship stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. This was 20th SpaceX launch from the Space Coast in 2024 and 21st among all companies. Read more .

March 30: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-45 mission carrying 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 9:30 p.m. The first-stage booster flew for the 18th time with a landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic Ocean. Read more .

April 5: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-47 mission with 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 5:12 a.m. The first-stage booster flew for the 14th time landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas downrange in the Atlantic. It was the 275th recovery of a Falcon 9 booster for SpaceX. Read more .

April 7: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the the Bandwagon-1 mission from Kennedy Space Center Launch Pad 39-A at 7:16 p.m, The first-stage booster flew for the 14th time and made a recovery landing at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Landing Zone 1. The 11 satellites on board are flying to a mid-inclination orbit. This is the first of a new type of rideshare program flying to that orbit that augments SpaceX’s Transporter program that flies to SSO. Read more .

April 9 (Delayed from March 28): United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy on the NROL-70 mission for the National Reconnaissance Office from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 37 at 12:53 p.m. This was the final Delta IV Heavy rocket launch ever, and last of any Delta rocket, which has been flying for more than 60 years. The Space Force has one more launch on a ULA Atlas V rocket before future missions transition to ULA’s new Vulcan Centaur. Read more .

April 10: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-48 mission carrying 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 1:40 a.m. The first-stage booster made its second flight with a recovery landing downrange on the droneship Just Read the Instructions.

April 12: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-49 mission carrying 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 9:40 p.m. The launch set a turnaround record for launches from SLC-40 at two days and 20 hours since the Aug. 10 launch. The previous record was Aug. 3-6, 2023 at three days, 21 hours, 41 minutes. The first-stage booster also flew for a record 20th time making a recovery landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas. Read more .

April 17: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-51 mission with 23 Starlink satellites launched from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39-A at 5:26 p.m. The first-stage booster made its 12th flight and landed downrange on the droneship Just Read the Instructions. Read more .

April 18: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-52 mission carrying 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 6:40 p.m. The first-stage booster flew for the seventh time and made a recovery landing downrange on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas. Read more .

April 23 (Delayed from April 22): SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-53 mission carrying 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 6:17 p.m. This was the 30th Space Coast launch of the year, with all but two coming from SpaceX. It also marked the 300th successful recovery of a first-stage booster among Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets. Of note, the launch came 16 minutes ahead of a Rocket Lab launch from New Zealand. Read more .

April 27: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Galileo L12 mission carrying satellites for the European Commission from Kennedy Space Center Launch Pad 39-A at 8:34 p.m. The first-stage booster flew for a record-trying 20th time, but was expended getting the payload to medium-Earth orbit. Read more .

April 28: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-54 mission carrying 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 6:08 p.m. The first-stage booster flew for the 13th time with a recovery landing downrange on the droneship Just Read the Instructions in the Atlantic. Read more .

May 2: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-55 mission carrying 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 10:37 p.m. This was the 19th flight of the first-stage booster, which launched both Crew 3 and Crew 4 human spaceflight missions. It’s recovery landing was on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic.

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Jan. 3: A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on the Transporter-6 mission carrying 114 payloads for a variety of customers blasted off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 9:56 a.m. Read more .

Jan. 9: A SpaceX Falcon 9 lifted off carrying 40 satellites for OneWeb at 11:50 p.m. Monday from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40. Read more .

Jan. 15: The fifth-ever flight of SpaceX’s powerhouse Falcon Heavy rocket lifted off at 5:56 p.m. from KSC’s Launch Pad 39-A on a mission for the Space Force dubbed USSF-67. Read more .

Jan. 18: A SpaceX Falcon 9 on the GPS III Space Vehicle 06 mission for the Space Force rose through the pink, orange and blue horizon at 7:24 a.m. from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40. Read more .

Jan. 26: SpaceX Falcon 9 Starlink 5-2 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 launched at 4:32 a.m. sending up 56 Starlink satellites. Read more .

Feb. 2: Falcon 9 on Starlink 5-3 from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Pad 39-A at 2:43 a.m. 200th successful flight of Falcon 9 on mission to send up 53 Starlink satellites. Read more .

Feb. 6: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Amazonas-6 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 lifted off at 8:32 p.m. Payload is communications satellite for Hispasat known also as the Amazonas Nexus. Read more .

Feb. 12: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 5-4 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station Space Launch Complex 40 launched 55 Starlink satellites at 12:10 a.m. This set a then-record turnaround between launches from the same pad for SpaceX coming just five days, three hours, and 38 minutes since the Feb. 6 launch.  Read more .

Feb. 17: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Inmarsat’s I-6 F2 satellite launch from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station Space Launch Complex 40 at 10:59 p.m. The second of six planned communication satellite launches, the first of which came in 2021 with the final coming by 2025. Read more .

Feb. 27: SpaceX Falcon 9 Starlink 6-1 launch from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 6:13 p.m. carrying 21 of the second-generation Starlink satellites. Read more .

March 2: Crew-6 mission on a SpaceX Falcon 9 launching Crew Dragon Endeavour from Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39-A at 12:34 a.m. A Feb. 27 attempt was scrubbed with less than three minutes before liftoff. Flying were NASA astronauts mission commander Stephen Bowen and pilot Woody Hoburg, United Arab Emirates astronaut Sultan Alneyadi and Roscosmos cosmonaut Andrey Fedyaev, heading to the International Space Station for around a six-month stay. It’s the sixth SpaceX operational mission under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. Read more .

March 9: A SpaceX Falcon 9 lifted off carrying 40 satellites for OneWeb launched at 2:13 p.m. from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40. The first-stage booster flew for the 13th time landing at Canaveral’s Landing Zone 1. Read more .

March 14: After arrival of Crew-6 and departure of Crew-5 to make room for a cargo Dragon, SpaceX Falcon 9 launched a cargo Dragon spacecraft on CRS-27, the 27th resupply mission to the International Space Station from KSC’s Launch Complex 39-A at 8:30 p.m. Read more .

March 17: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the SES 18 and 19 mission, a pair of communication satellites set to launch from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40. Set a record for SpaceX mission turnaround with launch only four hours and 17 minutes after a Starlink launch from California. Read more .

March 22: Relativity Space Terran-1, a 3D-printed rocket awaiting company’s first-ever launch from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Launch Complex 16 at 11:25 p.m. While first stage successfully separated, the second stage engine did not get it into orbit. Read more .

March 24: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 5-5 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 11:43 a.m. carrying 56 Starlink satellites to orbit. The booster made its 10th flight. Read more .

March 29: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 5-10 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station launched at 4:01 p.m. The booster making its fourth flight landed on Just Read the Instructions in the Atlantic. Read more .

April 7: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Intelsat 40e mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 12:30 a.m. Read more .

April 19: SpaceX Falcon 9 launch on Starlink 6-2 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 10:31 a.m. with 21 Starlink satellites. The first-stage booster made its eighth flight with a recovery on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic Ocean. Read more .

April 28: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the SES 03b mPOWER-B mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 6:12 p.m. Read more .

April 30: SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch of ViaSat-3 Americas’ communications satellite from Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39-A at 8:26 p.m. All three boosters were expended, so no sonic boom landings. Also flying were payloads for Astranis Space Technologies and Gravity Space headed for geostationary orbits. It’s the sixth-ever Falcon Heavy launch. The launch pad endured a lightning strike on April 27, but SpaceX said the rocket was healthy for the attempt. Read more .

May 4: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 5-6 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station with 56 Starlink satellites at 3:31 a.m. The first-stage booster making its eighth flight was recovered once again on the droneship called A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic Ocean. Read more .

May 14: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 5-9 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 launnched at 1:03 a.m. Read more .

May 19: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-3 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 2:19 a.m. carrying 22 second-gen Starlink satellites. The first-stage booster made its fifth flight and landing on droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in Atlantic.  Read more .

May 21: Axiom 2 mission with four private passengers launched to the International Space Station for an eight-day visit flying on a SpaceX Falcon 9 topped with Crew Dragon Freedom from KSC’s Launch Complex 39-A at 5:37 p.m.  The first-stage booster flew for the first time with a return to Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Landing Zone 1. This is only the second crewed mission from the U.S. in 2023 following March’s Crew-6 mission. The second Axiom Space private mission to the International Space Station following 2022′s Axiom 1 mission. Axiom Space’s Director of Human Spaceflight and former NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson is the mission commander with aviator John Shoffner as pilot and two mission specialist seats paid for by the Saudi Space Commission, Rayyanah Barnawi and Ali AlQarni. Read more .

May 27: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the ArabSat BADR-8 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 12:30 a.m. The first-stage booster made its 14th flight with a landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions in the Atlantic. Read more .

June 4: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-4 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 with 22 second-generation Starlink satellites at 8:20 a.m. The first-stage booster made its third flight and was able to land down range on droneship Just Read the Instructions in the Atlantic Ocean. The launch came 13 years to the day since the first Falcon 9 launch in 2010. It was the 229th attempt of a Falcon 9 launch with 228 of the 229 successful. Read more .

June 5 (Delayed from June 3, 4): SpaceX Falcon 9 on CRS-28 launched a cargo Dragon spacecraft, the 28th resupply mission to the International Space Station from KSC’s Launch Complex 39-A at at 11:47 a.m. The first-stage booster made its fifth flight and SpaceX recovered it downrange on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic. This is the fourth flight of the crew Dragon, which will be bring up nearly 7,000 pounds of supplies, dock to the station 41 hours after launch and remain on the station for three weeks. Read more .

June 12: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 5-11 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 with 53 of the company’s internet satellites at 3:10 a.m.  The first stage booster flew for the ninth time with a recovery landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic Ocean. Read more .

June 18: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the PSN MSF mission to launch the Satria communications satellite for the Indonesian government and PSN, an Indonesian satellite operator. This satellite will provide broadband internet and communications capability for public use facilities in Indonesia’s rural regions. Liftoff was at 6:21 p.m. with the first-stage booster making its 12th flight and once again landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic. Read more .

June 22: United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy on NROL-68 for the U.S. Space Force’s Space Systems Command and the National Reconnaissance Office from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 37B lifted off at 5:18 a.m. This was the second-to-last Delta IV Heavy launch with the final one expected in 2024. Read more .

June 23: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 5-12 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 carrying 56 Starlink satellites at 11:35 a.m. The first-stage booster flew for the ninth time and landed on a droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic. Read more .

July 1: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the ESA Euclid space telescope mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 11:12 a.m. The European Space Agency telescope is designed to make a 3D map of the universe by looking at billions of galaxies up to 10 billion light years away across one third of the sky. Read more .

July 9: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-5 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 11:58 p.m. The booster made a record 16th flight and was recovered again downrange on the droneship Just Read the Instructions.  Read more .

July 15: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 5-15 mission with 54 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 11:50 p.m. (early Friday scrubbed 40 seconds before launch, and early Saturday option passed over) Booster made a record-tying 16th fligh landing on droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic.  Read more .

July 23: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-6 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 8:50 p.m. carrying 22 of its v2 mini Starlink satellites. The booster flew for the sixth time and made a recovery landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions.  Read more .

July 28: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-7 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 12:01 a.m. with 22 Starlink satellites. Booster flew for the 15th time including crewed launches Inspiration4 and Ax-1, and made recovery landing on droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic. The launch set a record for turnaround time for the company from a single launch pad coming four days, three hours, and 11 minutes since the July 23 launch. The previous record was set from Feb. 6-12 at five days, three hours, and 38 minutes.  Read more .

July 28: SpaceX Falcon Heavy from KSC’s Launch Complex 39-A that launched a telecom satellite for Hughes Network Systems called the Jupiter 3 EchoStar XXIV at 11:04 p.m. The two side boosters were recovered at Landing Zone 1 and Landing Zone 2 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. This was the third Falcon Heavy launch of 2023 and seventh overall. Read more .

Aug. 3: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Intelsat G-37 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 1 a.m. The first-stage booster made its sixth flight with a recovery landing downrange on the droneship Just Read the Instructions. Read more .

Aug. 6: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-8 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 10:41 p.m. with 22 Starlink V2 minis. The first-stage booster made its fourth flight with another recovery landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas downrange in the Atlantic. The turnaround time between the Aug. 3 Intelsat G-37 mission and this mission broke SpaceX’s previous record for time between launches from a single launch pad. Previous record was from July 24-28 with a turnaround of four days, three hours, and 11 minutes. This one came in at three days, 21 hours, 41 minutes. Read more .

Aug. 11: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-9 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 1:17 a.m. Payload is 22 of the V2 mini Starlink satellites. First-stage booster flew for the ninth time with a recovery landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions in the Atlantic. Read more .

Aug. 16: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-10 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 with 22 of the V2 mini Starlink satellites. The first-stage booster made its 13th flight and SpaceX was able to recover it again on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas downrange in the Atlantic. Read more .

Aug. 26: SpaceX Crew-7 mission on a Falcon 9 launching the Crew Dragon Endurance from Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39-A lifted off at 3:27 a.m. liftoff. It’s the seventh SpaceX operational mission under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. Flying are NASA astronaut and mission commander Jasmin Moghbeli, ESA astronaut and pilot Andreas Mogensen, mission specialist JAXA astronaut Satoshi Furukawa, and mission specialist Roscosmos cosmonaut Konstantin Borisov. This will be Endurance’s third spaceflight after having been used on the Crew-3 and Crew-5 missions. The launch will use a new first-stage booster. The crew will arrive at 8:50 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 27. with hatch opening about two hours later. It will stay docked about 190 days. Read more .

Aug. 26: SpaceX Falcon 9 Starlink 6-11 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 9:05 p.m. with 22 Starlink satellites. The first stage flew for the third time and landed on the Just Read the Instructions droneship in the Atlantic Ocean.

Aug. 31: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-13 mission carrying 22 of the v2 Starlink minis from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 10:21 p.m. It was SpaceX’s ninth launch of the calendar month matching the record nine launches it had in May. It was the company’s 60th orbital launch of the year. The first-stage booster flew for the seventh time and made a recovery landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic. Read more .

Sept. 3: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-12 mission carrying 21 of the v2 Starlink minis from Kennedy Space Center’s Space Launch Complex 39-A at 10:47 p.m. It marked the 62nd SpaceX orbital launch in 2023 besting the 61 launches the company performed in 2022. The first-stage booster on the flight made its 10th launch and was able to make its recovery landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions in the Atlantic Ocean. Read more .

Sept. 8: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-14 mission carrying 22 of its Starlink satellites, flying from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 took off at 11:12 p.m. The first-stage booster made its seventh flight with a recovery landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas downrange in the Atlantic. Read more .

Sept. 10 (delayed from Aug. 29): United Launch Alliance Atlas V on the SILENTBARKER/NROL-107 for the National Reconnaissance Office and Space Force from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41 at 8:47 a.m.. Delayed because of Tropical Storm Idalia. This was the second ULA launch of 2023. SILENTBARKER’s classified mission is to improve space domain awareness to support national security and provide intelligence data to U.S. senior policy makers, the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense. It will provide the capability to search, detect and track objects from space-based sensors for timely custody and event detection. Read more .

Sept. 15: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-16 mission, carrying 22 of its Starlink satellites, flying from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 launching at 11:38 p.m. The first-stage booster for the mission made its fifth flight with a landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions in the Atlantic. It marked SpaceX’s 65th orbital launch of the year including missions from Canaveral, KSC and California. Read more .

Sept. 19: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-17 mission, carrying 22 of its Starlink satellites, flying from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 launching at 11:38 p.m. This was a record reuse flight for the first-stage booster flying for a 17th time with a recovery landing on the droneship A Short Fall of Gravitas in the Atlantic Ocean. Read more .

Sept.23: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-18 mission, carrying 22 of its Starlink satellites, flying from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 11:38 p.m. The first-stage booster made a record-tying 17th flight with a recovery landing down range on droneship Just Read the Instructions in the Atlantic Ocean. Read more .

Sept.29: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-19 mission, carrying 22 of its Starlink satellites, flying from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 10 p.m. The booster on this flight made its 10th launch having flown on CRS-24, Eutelsat HOTBIRD 13F, OneWeb 1, SES-18 and SES-19 and five Starlink missions. It made a recovery landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic Ocean. This was SpaceX’s 69th launch of the year, its 49th from the Space Coast, 39th from Cape Canaveral and the other 10 from KSC. With only three non-SpaceX flights this year, it was the Space Coast’s 52nd overall. Read more .

Oct. 5: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-21 mission with 22 of its Starlink satellites launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 1:36 a.m.  The booster made its eighth flight with a recovery landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions in the Atlantic Ocean. This was SpaceX’s 70th launch of the year, its 50th from the Space Coast, 40th from Cape Canaveral. With only three non-SpaceX flights this year, it is the Space Coast’s 53rd overall. Read more .

Oct. 6: United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 41 at 2:06 p.m. Payload was Amazon’s two test Project Kuiper satellites that were set to fly on ULA’s first Vulcan Centaur rocket, but switched to one of the nine Atlas rockets Amazon had previously purchased from ULA as Vulcan had been delayed to no earlier than the fourth quarter of 2023. Read more .

Oct. 13 (Delayed from Oct. 12): A SpaceX Falcon Heavy launched NASA’s Psyche probe into space launch from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39-A at 10:19 a.m. The probe was delayed from 2022, and headed for the asteroid Psyche, using a Mars-gravity assist and not arriving until August 2029. Psyche is a nickel-iron core asteroid that orbits the sun beyond Mars anywhere from 235 million to 309 million miles away. The two side boosters returned for a land landing at Landing Zone 1 and Landing Zone 2 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. Read more .

Oct. 13 (Delayed from Oct. 8): SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-22 mission with 22 of its Starlink satellites launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 7:01 p.m. The first-stage booster for the mission is making its 14th flight, and made another recovery landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas down range in the Atlantic. The launch came 8 hours and 42 minutes after the Falcon Heavy launch from nearby KSC earlier in the day. Read more .

Oct. 17: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-23 mission with 22 of its Starlink satellites launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 8:36 p.m. This is the first-stage booster made its 16th flight with a recovery landing downrange on the droneship Just Read the Instructions in the Atlantic. This marked the Space Coasts’ 57th launch of the year, which matched the total it had in 2022. Read more .

Oct. 21: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-24 mission with 23 of its Starlink satellites launching from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 10:17 p.m. The first-stage booster made its fourth flight with a recovery landing downrange in the Atlantic on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas. This became the record 58th launch from the Space Coast for the year. Read more .

Oct. 29: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-25 mission with 23 of its Starlink satellites launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 7:20 p.m. This was the 59th launch from the Space Coast for the year. The first-stage booster flew for the eighth time and made a  recovery landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions stationed down range in the Atlantic. Read more .

Nov. 3: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-26 mission with 23 of its Starlink satellites launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 8:37 p.m. This was the 60th launch from the Space Coast for the year. The first-stage booster flew for a record 18th time and made a  recovery landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas stationed down range in the Atlantic. Read more .

Nov. 8: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-27 mission with 23 of its Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 targeting 12:05 a.m. The first-stage booster made its 11th flight with a landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions downrange in the Atlantic. This was the 61st launch from the Space Coast for the year. Read more .

Nov. 9: SpaceX Falcon 9 with cargo Dragon on the CRS-29 mission to carry supplies to the International Space Station from Kennedy Space Center Launch Pad 39-B at 8:28 p.m. It’s the 29th resupply mission for SpaceX with its cargo Dragon filled with 6,500 pounds of supplies for the Expedition 70 crew with an expected arrival to the ISS about 5:20 a.m. Saturday. It includes NASA’s Atmospheric Waves Experiment (AWE) science experiment to measure atmospheric gravity waves and how it could affect Earth’s climate and the Integrated Laser Communications Relay Demonstration Low-Earth-Orbit User Modem and Amplifier Terminal (ILLUMA-T), a technology demonstration for laser communications among the ISS, an orbiting relay satellite and a ground-based observatory on Earth. The first-stage booster flew for the second time and landed back at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Landing Zone 1. Read more .

Nov. 12: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the SES O3b mPOWER mission to medium-Earth orbit from Space Launch Complex 40  at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 4:08 p.m. First stage made its 9th flight with a recovery landing on the A Shortfall of Gravitas droneship in the Atlantic Ocean. Read more .

Nov. 18: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-28 mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 12:05 a.m. with 23 Starlink satellites. First-stage booster flew for the 11th time and landed on the droneship Just Read the Instructions This was the 64th launch from the Space Coast in 2023. This launch came hours ahead of the Starship and Super Heavy launch attempt in Texas. Read more .

Nov. 22: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-29 mission with 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 2:47 a.m. The first-stage booster flew for the 15th time and landed on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic. This marked the 65th launch from the Space Coast in 2023. Read more .

Nov. 27: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-30 mission with 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40at 11:20 p.m. This was a southerly trajectory launch. The booster flew for the 17th time (3rd booster to do so) and landed on the droneship Just Read the Instructions. It was the 66th launch of the year from the Space Coast, 62nd from SpaceX in Florida, and 87th orbital launch from SpaceX including California missions. Read more .

Dec. 2: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-31 mission with 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 11 p.m. First stage booster flew for the sixth time and landed on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas. It marked the 67th launch of the year from the Space Coast, 63rd from SpaceX in Florida, and 89th orbital launch from SpaceX including California missions.

Dec. 7: SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-32 mission with 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 12:07 a.m. The first-stage booster flew for the ninth time with a recovery landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions stationed downrange in the Atlantic. This was the 68th launch from the Space Coast in 2023. Read more .

Dec. 18 (Delayed from Dec. 11, 12, 13) SpaceX Falcon 9 on the Starlink 6-34 mission with 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 11:01 p.m. Read more .

Dec. 23: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-32 mission with 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 at 12:33 a.m.  This was a record 19th flight for the first-stage booster having flown previously on Crew Demo-2, ANASIS-11, CRS-21, Transporter-1, Transporter-3 and 13 Starlink missions. It made a recovery landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions downrange in the Atlantic. This was the 70th Space Coast launch of the year. Read more .

Dec. 28 (Delayed from Dec. 10, 11, 13): SpaceX Falcon Heavy from KSC’s Launch Complex 39-A on USSF-52, the third mission for the Space Force, launching the X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle on its seventh trip to space at 8:07 p.m. The side boosters flew for the fifth time, previously used on the Psyche mission, two Space Force missions and one commercial flight with another double land landing at Landing Zone 1 and Landing Zone 2 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. Read more .

Dec. 28: SpaceX Falcon 9 on Starlink 6-36 mission with 23 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 40 targeting 11:01 p.m. This was the 12th flight for the first-stage booster with a recovery landing on the droneship A Shortfall of Gravitas downrange in the Atlantic. This was a record turnaround among SpaceX launches from Space Coast launch pads at 2 hours and 54 minutes besting October’s double launch that saw a Falcon 9 launch at CCSFS just eight hours, 42 minutes after a Falcon Heavy launch at KSC. Read more .

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