Go Port Canaveral is the largest destination management company in Florida for pre and post cruise travel services. We specialize in designing affordable hotel and transportation packages to conveniently complement any Port Canaveral cruise. We partner with hotels, transportation companies and over 3,000 travel agents within the United States and Canada who use our services to enhance their clients' travel experience.
No. Go Port Canaveral is an independently-owned destination management company. We partner with hotels and transportation companies in the Port Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, Cocoa, Merrit Island, Orlando, Melbourne, and Sanford areas to provide accommodations and transportation to meet the unique needs of cruise travelers at an affordable cost.
Volume purchasing power. The high volume of sales Go Port Canaveral is able to produce creates an attractive business arrangement for both the hotel and transportation companies we partner with. This arrangement allows our partners to focus on doing what they do best - providing hospitality, accommodations and transportation - while we take care of the other details surrounding your cruise vacation.
When cruisers purchase a Go Port Canaveral package, they can be confident that there won't be any surprise additional charges. The final purchase price at check-out not only includes hotel accommodations and transportation to and from your destination, but also taxes, tolls, and port fees. Some hotel packages even include breakfast. Gratuities are appreciated by the shuttle drivers but are at the sole discretion of the client.
Our Shared Shuttle service is Go Port Canaveral's most popular and affordable transportation option. When booking this service, you'll share a ride with other fellow cruisers to lessen the cost of the journey. Additional pick-ups or drop-offs may be made along the way as we efficiently transport guests to their destinations.
Orlando Airport: Go Port Canaveral's shared shuttles to Orlando Airport run continuously from debarkation until 10 AM and fill up on a first come, first serve basis. These shuttles will not depart the port until they are filled.
** Cruisers with a flight departure before 1 PM are required to self-debark and hop on an early shuttle to ensure they arrive at the airport with ample time to make their flight.
Titusville: Our Titusville Shuttle departs Port Canaveral promptly at 8 AM and 9:30 AM. Be sure to check in with your Greeter at least 15 minutes prior to your selected departure time.
** Cruisers heading to Titusville are required to self-debark to ensure they do not miss their scheduled shuttle time.
Sanford: Our Sanford Airport Shuttle departs Port Canaveral promptly at 9 am.
** Cruisers heading to Sanford are required to self-debark to ensure they do not miss their scheduled shuttle time.
Cruisers staying at a Port Canaveral area hotel should notify their transportation provider of arrival after claiming their baggage. Proper contact information is provided in your Welcome Package E-mail. The pick-up location is in Terminal A, Space 14 at Level 1, Ground Transportation.
Prearranged pick-up times are at 9 AM, 11 AM, 1 PM, 3 PM, 5 PM, or 7 PM.
Cruisers staying at an Orlando area hotel should notify the hotel of their arrival after claiming their baggage. Proper contact information is provided in your Welcome Package E-mail. It normally takes about 5-15 minutes for a hotel shuttle to arrive at the airport.
Cruisers utilizing day-of-cruise transportation should check in at our booth located inside of Terminal A at Level 1 Ground Transportation in front of space A14 at the Orlando MCO Airport. Go Port Canaveral greeters will seat you on the next available shuttle to Port Canaveral. Shuttles are continuously boarding and departing the Orlando Airport from 10 AM to 1 PM.
Go Port Canaveral Transportation offers a variety of scheduled hotel pick-up times. All pick-up times are clearly outlined for each hotel during the checkout process.
Yes. Every person regardless of age should be accounted for in your party.
Yes. If you are traveling with an infant/ child, you must purchase a seat for them on the shuttle regardless of whether they will be sitting on the lap of an adult.
Typically hotels require a credit card at check-in to cover incidentals or any additional expenses you may incur. This is an industry standard and the temporary hold on your credit card should be removed from your account once you check out.
Self-debarkation, also called self-assist, express-departure/debarkation, or walk-off, requires that you carry your own luggage off of the ship and through customs yourself. This process is quicker than standard debarkation and essential if you’re trying to catch an early flight or shuttle. The night before your departure, be sure to pay all onboard bills at guest services, complete all U.S. Customs Forms, and keep your luggage in your room so you can leave with your own bags in the morning. We encourage you to talk to your cruise line’s guest services for more information about this process.
If your flight is delayed please contact your transportation provider via phone as soon as possible.