Cruises Departing From Los Angeles
LA Cruise Lines offer over 70 unique cruise itineraries on 9 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 departing from Los Angeles are offered year round with the exception of Jun – Aug.
Princess Cruise Lines Golden Princess offers quick getaway cruises departing from Los Angeles. These 3 day cruises are very affordable and go to Ensanada Mexico. The 4 day cruises include the additional port of beautiful San Diego. Balboa Park and downtown are walking distance from the port. Enjoy the San Diego Zoo or Sea World without the I-5 traffic!
Princess Cruises Star Princess and Sapphire Princess offer roundtrip cruises departing from Los Angeles to the Hawaiian Islands. These cruises are mostly in the fall months and are 15 days long. Ports of call are Honolulu, Kauai, Lahaina, Hilo, Ensenada and back to LA.
Princess Cruises offers Mexican Riviera cruises from LA. These 7 night cruises call on Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, Ensenada, and back to LA. There are also cruises to Mexico from Long Beach on Carnival cruise lines.
There are a variety of repositioning cruises that end in Miami or Ft Lauderdale. These travel through the Panama Canal and make stops along the way. They are usually 15 days in length and are surprisingly affordable.
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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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