Long Beach Cruise Terminal - Los Angeles Cruise Port Guide

The Long Beach Cruise Terminal is one of two cruise ports serving passengers in Los Angeles and Orange County as well the rest of Southern California.

Brief History of Long Beach Cruise Terminal:

The Long Beach Cruise Terminal is owned and operated by the Carnival Corporation who has invested significant amounts of money modernizing the facilities in recent years. 

Destinations and Cruise Lines Sailing From Long Beach:

Long Beach Cruise Terminal is exclusive to Carnival and they line has three ships currently sailing from here. Cruises from Long Beach primarily include three and four-day cruises to Ensenada, Mexico but they also offer longer Mexican Riviera. 

Parking at Long Beach Cruise Terminal:

Public parking is available in a parking structure at the Long Beach Cruise Terminal. Cost is $23 per day (see current parking fees). Height is limited to 7'0" though oversized vehicles that take up more than one spot or exceed height requirements can park in an adjacent lot.

How To Get To Long Beach Cruise Terminal:

Long Beach Cruise Terminal is easy to get to for guests throughout Southern California as well as Arizona and Southern Nevada. It is approximately a two-hour drive from San Diego, 30-minutes from Long Beach Airport, and under an hour from LAX.

 

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