Terminal A
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Look inside Royal Caribbean’s new Terminal A at PortMiami

Royal Caribbean serves 750,000 passengers annually at PortMiami or about 15 percent of the port’s total passenger traffic. With the new Terminal A, the cruise line expects to serve 2 million a year.

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The terminal’s design includes the cruise line’s blue anchor logo, which is shown at the left.

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The new Terminal A will be able to hold ships as long as 1,300 feet. That includes Royal Caribbean’s Oasis class of ships. Pictured are Harmony of the Seas, Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas offshore Port Everglades.

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A view of Terminal A from the east.

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Terminal A will also be the home of Symphony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship.

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The cruise line terminal, said to be the largest in the country, features hallmarks of the Royal Caribbean design.

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Terminal A - Port of Miami Royal Caribbean International (Michel Verdure / Courtesy)

The security check in area and waiting area of Terminal A at PortMiami.

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The waiting area for passengers as they board.

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The new terminal is a LEED certified facility, according to the cruise line.

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