Port Tampa Bay launches app to help cruise guests explore Tampa

Port Tampa Bay has released a new tool to help cruise guests make the most of their time in Tampa Bay before, and after, their cruise.

The Port Tampa Bay Cruise App is a web-based platform that directs guests toward points of interest in the area. The app locates restaurants, shops, breweries and entertainment, within walking distance of the port’s three cruise terminals, a statement said.

Guests can set a timer, based on how long they wish to explore, and map out a personalized route. The app directs visitors to points of interest near historic Ybor, and the Riverwalk, among other stops.

The app also assists guests with cruise parking and does not require a download for use. You can view it here.

Port Tampa Bay homeports six vessels, from four cruise lines, including Carnival Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line.

This year, Tampa Bay will see more than an estimated 1.2 million cruise guests, on 260 individual sailings, according to the statement.

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