Cruises From Los Angeles
Cruises from Los Angeles ainclude over 70 unique cruise itineraries on 7 cruise lines. Choose from seven day cruises to Mexico, cruises to the Pacific Northwest, as well as cruises to Hawaii, Trans Canal/Panama Canal, Alaska, and exciting ports of call around the world. You can even travel to ports in California (Santa Barbara, San Diego and San Francisco) from LA. The port of Los Angeles is strategically located to host some of the best ships in the world. Travel the globe on the most stunning ships, right from your LA Seaport! Cruises from Los Angeles are offered year round apart from the months of July and August.
Princess Cruise Lines have 6 ships with cruises from Los Angeles. Crown Princess, Ruby Princess, Star Princess, Island Princess, Coral Princess and Pacific Princess. Their itineraries range from short 3 and 4 day cruises to Ensenada or one-way to Vancouver to 3 month long World and Exotic cruises to amazing destinations far and wide. Princess also offer the very popular 15 day cruises to Hawaii during the Winter months.
The Norwegian Jewel also offers cruises from Los Angeles with 7 day Mexico sailings and longer cruises through the Panama Canal in February and October, finishing in Miami.
Other more individual cruise lines such as Seabourn, Regent Seven Seas, Oceania and Silversea Cruises also offer a few choices throughout the year.
Port of LA Map and Driving Directions
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World Cruise Center Los Angeles (San Pedro) The World Cruise Center at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, California is approximately 18 miles (29 kilometers) south of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), 25 miles (40 kilometers) south of downtown Los Angeles and 10 miles (16 kilometers) east of Long Beach, with easy freeway access from both directions.
From LAX: Travel southbound on the San Diego Freeway (Interstate 405), then southbound on the Harbor Freeway (Interstate 110). Exit at Harbor Boulevard and proceed straight through the Harbor Boulevard intersection. Turn right to enter the World Cruise Center.
From downtown Los Angeles: Travel southbound on the Harbor Freeway (Interstate 110). Exit at Harbor Boulevard and proceed straight through the Harbor Boulevard intersection. Turn right to enter the World Cruise Center.
From Long Beach: Travel eastbound on Ocean Boulevard, Seaside Avenue and the Vincent Thomas Bridge (State Highway 47). Exit at Harbor Boulevard and proceed straight through the Harbor Boulevard intersection. Turn right to enter the World Cruise Center.
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