Transfer Port Everglades (Ft.L.) nach Miami internat. airport

hat jemand einen guten Tip, wie man den Transfer vom Port Everglades zum Flughafen in Miami macht?

Normalerweise nehme ich mir nach Rückkehr von der Cruise einen Mietwagen, aber dieses Mal fliegen wir schon am gleichen Tag zurück nach DE.

Carnival bietet das für 30 USD per guest an, aber das wird bei 4 Personen recht teuer für diese kurze Strecke!? :001:
Da kostet der Mietwagen weniger.


Im www gibt's zwar einiges an allg. Infos, aber das passt nicht richtig:

Cruise Critic Destinations: Ft. Lauderdale
Home > Ports > North American Homeports > Fort Lauderdale
By Air
The airport and Port Everglades are practically neighbors. In fact, if you're driving, you can make a wrong turn and end up at the cruise dock when you meant to go to the airport and vice versa!

If you are flying in and renting a car for your pre-cruise stay, return it to the airport, and take a cab over to the port, or go back to the terminal and grab the ship's transportation. Car rental drop stations are no closer to the port via cab than the airport rental stations are, and you might have an extra "drop charge" for the privilege of leaving your rental at another office. A cab from the airport will cost between $12 and $15.

Yellow Cab/Checker can be reached at (954) 777-7777.

USA Transportation provides private car services, vans and mini-buses to and from airports and seaports; call (800) 458-0500.

By Car
If you're driving, there is parking at Port Everglades for about $15 per day. You can access the parking garages via S.E. 17th Street or via I-595 from I-95 and the Florida Turnpike. Port Everglades is huge and the cruise ships share space with international shipping operations, so it's critical to know at which terminal your ship is berthed. Check your cruise documents, or call your cruise line for this information.

Getting Around
You can "do" your three nights in Fort Lauderdale without a car if you just want to laze on the beach or take the water taxis or free trolley around the city. Otherwise, it would be difficult to access some of the marvelous activities the area has to offer, so we do recommend a rental if you're coming from out of town. Public transportation options are listed below:

Broward County Transit public buses service more than 410 square miles, with 250 buses plus 30 community buses on 40 routes. Rider information is available at (954) 357-8400.

Tri-Rail, a 67-mile commuter line, links Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties and offers free shuttles to the airport. Call (800) 874-7245.

Hop aboard one of Water Taxi's boats, and step ashore at major stops along the waterways. All-day unlimited-service passes are $20. Bulk ticket packages and charters are available. Call (954) 467-0008.
Cruise Critic Destinations: Miami
Home > Ports > North American Homeports > Miami
There are numerous ways to approach Miami no matter where you're coming from.

By Air
Most visitors fly into Miami International Airport, located about seven miles from downtown. Taxis are readily available, as are rental cars from all the major agencies. If you prefer to take public transportation, you can catch bus 7 to downtown Miami or bus J to Miami Beach. See for more details. You can also take the Super Shuttle service (

By Train
Amtrak ( provides service to Miami.

By Bus
Greyhound ( makes several stops in Miami.

By Car
From the north, you'll approach via I-95. Highway 27 from central Florida becomes the Robert Frost Expressway and enters Miami near the airport. From the west, you'll come in along Highway 41. You can also take the coastal Highway A1A.

Getting Around in the City
For public transportation information, including Metrorail and Metrobus service, visit For maps of the city and other helpful information for visitors, visit the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau Web site.


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Ich hätte jetzt auch den Mietwagen empfohlen. Wir haben auch lange nach der Möglichkeit des Transfers gesucht und sind letztendlich auch beim Mietwagen gelandet. Wir zahlen jetzt keine 30,00 € und sind auch so noch mobil... (Wir kommen am Freitagmag an und gehen am nächsten Tag erst aufs Schiff).

Vielen Dank!

Ich habe mir vorsorglich einen Van reserviert (inkl. Tankfüllung) für 60 Euro.

Folgender Anbieter hat mir den Transfer vom Port Evergaldes zum Flughafen in Miami für 85 USD angeboten.

Airport and Ports for Port Everglades Shuttles Services

[FONT=&quot]the rate would be $85 total for all 4 passengers. [/FONT][FONT=&quot]Call our toll free number and speak with one of our agents and they will set it up for you 1-877-438-2645. Alan [/FONT]


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..hätte den Shuttle Service genommen. Das ist doch entspannter, kommt halt noch Trinkgeld dazu. 85 $ = ca. 57 €. Da muß man sich um nichts kümmern, vertut keine Zeit mit Wagen abholen, zurückgeben, Shuttle nehmen, etc..... Wenn ihr aber genügend Zeit habt, kann man es natürlich auch noch anders nutzen.
Auf meine Anfrage zum Transport von 4 P. kam folgende Antwort:
The cost for your request is $15 per person from Port Everglades to the Miami Airport.

If you would like to reserve this please e-mail me back letting me know as I will then send you a confirmation e-mail complete with pick up instructions.
Thank you,

SAS Transportation
15 USD x 4 = 60 USD, ist OK.
Die werde ich nehmen! :banana:

Danke! .wink:
Noch eine Zwischenmeldung, wie das bei dem Anbieter SAS Transportation, abläuft:

Auf meine Anfrage nach Bestätigung bekam ich folgende Antwort:

This is confirmation for transportation from Port Everglades to the Miami Airport on _______

Please call the number listed below just before you go into the customs building so that I know you are beginning your debarkation from your ship.

I will then let you know where to meet the van once you do come out of the customs building.

The cost for this is $15 per person that is paid to the driver when you get dropped off at the Miami Airport.

You may pay with either cash, Visa, or MasterCard.

Thank you,
Von der website:
Die steuern MIA International nicht mehr an!
"We are a Ft. Lauderdale based company and because of Permit Restrictions we cannot offer Miami to Miami Trips*
[SIZE=-1]*Current Permit Restrictions require that all of our trips either have to begin in Ft. Lauderdale or be returning from Miami to Ft. Lauderdale.[/SIZE]"