We recently took a trip from the port and got a first-hand look at how the new terminal is coming along. As you can see in the photos below, the building is taking shape and it doesn’t have that much longer until completion.
The structure looks to now be enclosed, along with the glass window facade that looks out into the channel:
When we last visited in February, the main terminal building was just a portion of a skeleton. Now it’s a complete structure, along with a parking garage. There’s still plenty of work to be done, but we were told is should be complete in early 2020.
The new Terminal B sits right next door to Royal Caribbean’s new Terminal A. Along with those new terminals, there are several more cruise terminals in the works for the Port of Miami.
As the world’s busiest cruise port, it’s exciting to see all the changes underway at the port to make it an even better place to cruise. This new terminal from Norwegian looks to be the feather in the cruise line’s cap — and another gem at the port.
Here’s a rendering of how it will look once completed: