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Terminal A Parking Map offers parking conveniently at Terminal A for Royal Caribbean guests. Designated disabled permit parking spaces are available throughout the garage.

Terminal A Garage has a height restriction of 7’2″. Spaces are also available for oversized vehicles (oversized vans, recreational vehicles and vehicles with trailers) at special rates. All facilities are patrolled by security. Oversized vehicles may only park in Lot #2, across from Cruise Terminal E.

Rates & Payment

Royal Caribbean Terminal A Garage rates:

Hours and Access

On cruise days only, all garages are open and manned by a parking attendant from 6AM to 5PM.

To access Terminal A Garage on non-cruise days, please contact Port Miami Cruise Operations or Port Security at 305-347-4800.

For Disabled Persons

Miami-Dade County Ordinance requires all guests with a disabled parking permit or license tag to pay standard parking rates except as provided by Florida State Law. However, two hours of complimentary parking will be provided to vehicles displaying a disabled parking permit or license tag.

In accordance with Florida Statute 316.1964, ONLY vehicles with specialized equipment such as ramps, lifts, or foot or hand controls, for use by a person who has a disability, or any vehicle displaying a State of Florida license plate for disabled veterans Adobe PDF issued under s. 320.084, s. 320.0842, or s. 320.0845 or displaying the Florida Toll Exemption permit, is exempt from parking charges.

Disabled Veterans Parking

Effective July 1, 2016, disabled veterans displaying a Florida license plate for Disabled Veterans, issued under Fla. Statute 320.084, will receive free parking. The disabled veteran to whom the license plate was issued must be in the vehicle in order for this exception to apply.

Please note that as long as your vehicle has a State of Florida disabled veterans tag, your parking is complementary in accordance with Florida Statutes. When you exit the parking facility, please present the Toll Attendant your original parking ticket, driver license and State of Florida vehicle registration. The Toll Attendant will have you complete a short form and that is all there is to it.