Port of Los Angeles Services And AssistanceThe Port of Los Angeles is a large, modern port in the San Pedro area of Los Angeles. With great parking lots and several attractions located nearby, this port is the perfect place to launch your cruise vacation. Book now and reserve your spot!
Check out the Battleship IOWA from World War II, located just down the way from the port.
All About the Port of Los Angeles
The Port of Los Angeles is located in the San Pedro Bay, in the San Pedro neighborhood of Los Angeles, approximately 20 miles south of downtown. People have been using the bay since 1542, but wasn't until 1912 that the first major wharf was completed. It soon became the world's busiest seaport. In the 1930's, a massive expansion of the port was completed. During World War II, the port was used for ship building and employed more than 90, 000 people. After the war, the port shifted to container shipment. The L.A. Waterfront has a number of great attractions including the Los Angeles Maritime Museum, Ports O' Call Village, the museum Battleship IOWA from WWII, whale watching tours, the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, as well as the beautiful Cabrillo Beach for swimming, boating and fishing. With so many parks, museums, historical landmarks, art galleries, shops and restaurants, the Port of Los Angeles is a wonderful place for the whole family to visit.
The Port of Los Angeles' World Cruise Center is the largest ship terminal on the West Coast of the USA. The center has three passenger ship berths that transport over 1 million passengers annually. The major vessels that port at the World Cruise Center are NCL Jewel from the Norwegian Cruise Line, Island Princess, Star Princess, Crown Princess and Ruby Princess from Princess Cruises and Jewel of the Seas from Royal Caribbean International.
Location and Information: Port of Los Angeles
- The Port of Los Angeles occupies the shore along the Main Channel running from the Pacific Ocean into the San Pedro Bay.
- World Cruise Center, Los Angeles, CA, United States, is on the west side on the Main Channel, north of the Battleship USS Iowa Museum.
- Vehicles may drop off passengers or park the car along A St, running west-east along the terminal off Swinford St.
- World Cruise Center has two terminals. Terminal 91-92 has access to piers 91-92 which run along the southwest side of the cruise port. Piers 91-92 combine for a total of 1550' long. Terminal 93 is for boarding at pier 93 which takes up the southeast side of the cruise port and is a total of 1200' long.
- There capacity for World Cruise Center is two to three large ships at a time.
- Each terminal has washrooms, shopping, cafes, check in and bars.
- Once passengers are through security, they are directed to the proper Terminal. Passengers are reminded to bring their cruise tickets and proper photo ID. Children and minors are to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
- Enjoy your visit to Los Angeles and your passage through the World Cruise Center. Don't forget that Instapark always has the best deals and most convenient parking lots.
For any additional information, cruise ship schedules or service questions, please refer to the Port of Los Angeles website. And don't forget to book your parking spot now with Instapark!
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