Port Canaveral (Orlando Florida) released its plan for public access to the Port in order to view the arrival of DCL-Disney Cruise Line’s new ship, Disney Wish, which is scheduled to arrive early Monday morning, June 20, at Cruise Terminal 8 (CT8).
Subject to change, currently Disney Wish is expected to "pass Jetty Park shortly after 5:00 a.m. and proceed to the West Turning Basin, where she will dock at CT8 by 5:40 a.m."
Visitors may view the arrival of Disney Wish from Jetty Park/The Cove district.
Access to viewing points at Port Canaveral will be limited.
Traffic in/around the Port will be controlled.
Jetty Park will open at 4 am on Monday.
Port CEO Captain John Murray said they had anticipated that homecoming of Disney Wish for some time, and they knew that their Port community was excited to watch her arrive at the Port.
“Our public safety team has worked with Brevard County Sheriff’s Office to ensure access to viewing points while maintaining our port wide focus on public safety.”
The plan was jointly developed by BCSO-Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Canaveral Port Authority Public Safety, and Canaveral Fire Rescue to ensure public safety, minimize traffic congestion, and promote a safe environment for Port contractors, tenants, employees, and the community.
Port Canaveral recommends that visitors and guests consider there might be limitations for public parking at the Port.
Drone photography will not be permitted from the Port without the approval of the CPA’s Public Safety & Security Department.
Electronic signs on Port Canaveral roadways/intersections will advise motorists of road restrictions, and when parking capacity has been reached at the designated parking areas. BCSO-Brevard County Sheriff’s Office deputies will control key traffic intersections, monitor traffic, ensure boater access to Freddie Patrick Park boat ramps, and enforce parking on/around the Port.