About Port of Galveston Parking
The Port of Galveston is Texas’ Star Cruise Port. The Port of Galveston serves as the primary point of embarkation for cruises to the western Caribbean and the Bahamas and handles over 1.2 million cruise passengers annually. In 2012, the Port ranked as the fourth busiest cruise port in the continental U.S. and seventh out of the top twenty cruise home-ports in the world.
Two cruise lines, sail from Texas’ premiere cruise port:
- Carnival Cruise Lines
- Royal Caribbean International
To ensure that the Port of Galveston remains one of the top cruise ports in passenger and cruise line satisfaction, the Port has invested more than $65 million in its cruise facilities since the year 2000. The Port offers two state-of-the-art cruise terminals. One of which, Terminal Number One, measuring 257,657 square feet, is the largest single berth cruise facility in the world. Port of Galveston has the infrastructure to comfortably accommodate more than one and a half million passengers each year!
The Port of Galveston boasts two cruise ship berths and routinely accommodates two vessels at the same time. The Port is also home to the largest passenger loading bridge in the world, providing swift, efficient transport for its cruising customers. To serve the thousands of passengers coming through the cruise terminal doors weekly, the Port provides top-of-the-line creature comforts such as Wi-Fi, VIP seating, and other passenger amenities.
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The Port of Galveston 2016 Cruise Calendar.