The ports in South Florida are among the busiest in the world for cruise lines. Docks in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and other regional cities serve as the launching point for cruises to the Caribbean, South America, and beyond.
As the old saying goes, “Time and tide wait for no man.” Cruise lines operate under a very tight schedule. Arrivals and departures are timed to the minute so that the massive cruise ships arrive at their destination on time and their berths are open for the next luxury liner to dock. The whole complicated operation needs to work like clockwork.
Yet passengers generally don’t work with military precision. Retirees, singles, and other types of cruise passengers follow a more luxurious pace. After all, they are on a long-awaited vacation.
So the problem that cruise operators need to solve is how to get lackadaisical passengers to adhere to the necessarily tight embarkation schedules? The answer is professional, reliable ground transportation from FLBuscharter.com.
Our bus operators are used to working with tourists. So we have plenty of time built into our schedules for time-consuming tasks like gathering luggage, taking headcounts, and even making frequent rest stops when necessary — and still getting passengers from the airport to the dock with plenty of time to spare.
On-Time Every Time
Whether you need ground transportation to and from the airport, onshore excursions, or even to collect and deliver crew members in preparation for your next cruise journey, FLBuscharter.com has the experienced, professional luxury bus charter operators you can rely on for fast, efficient service.
It’s been said that coordinating a cruise can be like herding cats. But with FloridaTours.com taking care of your ground transportation needs, you don’t have to worry about getting passengers, crew, and others to and from the cruise ship on time.