Seaport Passenger Movements

Seaport passenger movements refer to passengers embarking and disembarking a cruise ship at a Florida seaport. For example, when a cruise passenger departs on a cruise ship from PortMiami, they are counted. When the same cruise passenger arrives back at PortMiami, they are counted again.

Seaport passenger movements in 2019 rose by 8.7% from 2018. This translates into an additional 1,472,093 cruise passenger movements at Florida seaports.

Methodology

Methodology: Seaport Passenger Movements

Seaport passenger movements refer to passengers embarking and disembarking a cruise ship at a Florida seaport. For example, when a cruise passenger departs on a cruise ship from PortMiami, they are counted. When the same cruise passenger arrives back at PortMiami, they are counted again.

Calculation

`Σ " Cruise Passengers embarking and disembarking a cruise ship"`

Reporting Periods

  • Peak Hour
  • Peak Period
  • Daily
  • Yearly

Source

Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic Development (FSTED) Council - Five-Year Florida Seaport Mission Plan