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PortMiami: The Innovative Cruise Terminal F

3/1/24, 8:30 PM

About the Event

This tour explores the significant changes at PortMiami's Cruise Terminal F (CTF), showcasing how architecture, design, and technology enhance traveler experiences. Participants will discover the connection between architecture and passengers, highlighting the transformative impact of the cruise terminal’s design.

With innovative architecture, CTF enhances PortMiami's skyline, becoming Carnival’s largest terminal in North America post-renovation. Representing a forward-thinking approach, Terminal F provides passengers with an unparalleled experience; it's a cruise terminal for the 21st century, ready to berth Carnival’s largest ships. Drawing inspiration from maritime aesthetics and Miami's energy, this Silver LEED-certified structure spans 155,000 sq. ft., seamlessly blending existing and new elements. The waiting area accommodates 1,200 passengers, and the VIP lounge seats 500 guests, with cutting-edge technologies ensuring an efficient and unforgettable guest experience. A sequence of welcoming interior and exterior spaces accommodates guests and creates excitement in anticipation of the cruise vacation.

The Terminal F tour will be led by Patrick Szutar from PortMiami and Gustavo Berenblum from BBA. Park at Garage G or in front of the terminal. Meet in front of the terminal at 3:30 pm.

About the Host

The Port of Miami, styled as PortMiami, is a major seaport in Miami, Florida located in Biscayne Bay at the mouth of the Miami River in Miami, Florida. It is the largest passenger port in the world and one of the largest cargo ports in the United States.

With PortMiami being one of the largest ports in the United States, our goal is to ensure a favorable workplace today, and a healthier environment tomorrow. We are committed to providing sustainable services by carefully balancing environmental, capital, and economic factors in our business planning. We are achieving a sustainable balance with our customers, operations, and development while protecting our surrounding natural resources.

New structures are certified to at least the "Silver Level" under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System developed by the U.S. Green Building Council, and all building interior and exterior rehabilitation work includes "LEED" elements per the Port's newly established design guidelines.

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