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        Port of Key West Airport Shuttle

        Book reservations for airport shuttle, taxis, sedans and limousine service to and from the airport.
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        Key West Airport Shuttle Service
        The only form of transportation to or from the Mole dock of Key West Harbor is by taking the Old Town Trolley, the Conch Train, or the Bone Island Shuttle. Fortunately, all of these shuttle services are provided free of charge by the city. These shuttles run every five to ten minutes taking you the best place to start your exploration of Key West, Mallory Square.

        Port of Key West cruise lines and cruise ships
        Below you can find a list of the various cruises that arrive and depart from Key West, Florida.

        Cruise LineCruise Ship
        AzamaraAzamara Quest
        CarnivalCarnival Victory
        Carnival Ecstasy
        Carnival Freedom
        Carnival Sunshine
        Carnival Imagination
        Carnival Fascination
        Carnival Magic
        Carnival Breeze
        Carnival Liberty
        Carnival Dream
        Carnival Sensation
        Celebrity
        Constellation
        CostaLuminosa
        Crystal
        Serenity
        Symphony
        Disney
        Disney Magic
        Disney Wonder
        HALRyndam
        Eurodam
        Nieuw
        Amsterdam
        Maasdam
        Veendam
        Westerdam
        NCLNorwegian Pearl
        Norwegian Star
        OceaniaRegatta
        Riviera
        Marina
        RegentSeven Seas Navigator
        Royal CaribbeanGrandeur of the Seas
        Majesty of the Seas
        Serenade of the Seas
        Brilliance of the Seas
        Vision of the Seas
        SilverseaSilver Spirit
        Silver Whisper
        Silver Cloud

        Shared Van Ride
        In the year 1969, the Sunward was the first cruise ship at the port of Key west. Take our shared van ride to learn more about the history of this port.

        Private Van
        Our private van offers the best transportation services to the Mallory Square. Here you will spend some quality evening as enjoy a clear view of the port.

        Private Sedan
        The Royal Caribbean is one of the major attractions at the port of Key west. Enjoy a comfortable and timely ride to the port and view this fascinating cruise ship.

        Local Personal Drivers
        The Majesty of the Seas docks at the port once or twice a week. Let our local personal drivers drop you off in time.

        Stretched Limousine
        If you want to enjoy viewing the Carnival Fascination cruise ship, you need to take a comfortable ride in our stretched limousine.

        Private SUV
        For those who do not love the hassle of congesting with strangers in one small car, our private SUV is the best choice. Visit the port of Key West and see how cruise through this narrow main ship channel.

        Taxi Cab
        Our taxicab is readily available for airport transportation services to the coral habitat at the port.

        Bus
        Let our bus drop you off and pick you up enjoying a breeze from the port.

        Cruise PortsPort of Key West
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        Port of Key West shuttle to the airport
        Key West, Florida is a popular tourist destination for people around the world. Key West is located on an island of Florida and is positioned closer to Cuba than to the city of Miami.
        About the Port of Key West
        This close proximity to Cuba makes Key West a subtropical paradise that is a flood of history, climate, and natural beauty. But the most beautiful part of Key West may just be the port in Key West Harbor.

        The Facts about Key West Harbor
        Key West is more commonly known as a port city than that of a beach destination like many of the Florida Keys. There are three separate docks in the Key West Harbor that various passenger cruise ships may come in to and is near the Key West International Airport.

        At the Mole dock along the Truman Waterfront you will typically see ships from the Carnival Cruise Lines, and more recently the Imagination and the Fascination. This doc is actually a Navy base and access to the dock is restricted. Cruise passengers that are boarding or leaving cruise ships from this dock requires passage through security checkpoints.

        The city of Key West is an extremely popular cruise port that handles about 380 cruise ships each year. The port literally creates the foundation of Key West’s economy as it is primarily based on tourism. The Naval Air Station in Key West is runner up in effecting the local economy. Key West is rarely hit directly by hurricanes making it optimal for year round business along its port.

        Things to do in Key West
        Key West is about three and a half miles wide and one and a half miles long, just about eight square miles. Two thirds of the island of Key West is referred to as the New Town, the other section is a gorgeous historic district deemed the Old Town. The Old Town is where the majority of tourists spend all their time.

        The many visitors that come in on passenger cruise lines are only allowed a few hours to explore the various wonders of the city of Key West. Visitors quickly fall in love with the friendly atmosphere of the mix of United States and Caribbean Island culture and plan future vacations for longer stays.

        The ocean surrounding Key West is home to America’s only living coral reef which is the third longest barrier reef. Because of this coral reef, which protects Key West from the ocean’s harsh waves, there is no surfing on the island simply due to there not being adequate waves to surf on. But that hardly stops locals and tourists alike from having a great time. From the bars to the museum houses to the adventure, there is literally something for everyone in Key West.

        Contact Information
        Port of Key West
        201 William Street
        Key West, FL 33041