Long Beach Cruise Terminal Information

The Long Beach Cruise Terminal is located 231 Windsor Place, Long Beach, CA 90802, USA.

FYI: There are two cruise ports in Los Angeles – the World Cruise Center in San Pedro and Carnival’s Long Beach cruise terminal in Long Beach. See here for information on San Pedro Cruise Terminal.

The Long Beach Cruise Terminal, known as the “Dome” is located right beside the Queen Mary – Cunard’s grand ship that has been permanently docked and turned into a hotel (currently closed and undergoing renovations). When coming off the highway, follow the signs for the Queen Mary, General Parking. It branches off with a sign to the cruise terminal once you reach the main gate.

Parking is available onsite at the Long Beach Cruise Terminal (click here for details), but there are many Long Beach hotels with Park and Cruise packages. 

If you’re flying into LAX or Long Beach airport, click here for different transportation options.

Carnival Cruises from Long Beach Cruise Terminal

Carnival sails a few ships out of the Long Beach Terminal, to destinations in Mexico, Hawaii and Alaska.

The Carnival Radiance, Panorama and Miracle are homeported in Long Beach for 2023. The new Carnival Firenze, which was previously a Costa ship, will be sailing out of Long Beach in 2024.

Long Beach Cruise Terminal Tips

Long Beach Cruise Terminal is owned and operated by Carnival Cruise Lines and is a smaller port, so getting from shore to ship is a fairly smooth process.

When it comes to accessibility, the Long Beach cruise terminal doesn’t provide wheelchairs if needed. If mobility is an issue, there is seating available while waiting to board, or it’s advised to contact Carnival in advance to arrange a wheelchair at the port.

Park and Cruise Hotels in Long Beach

Fly and Cruise Hotels in Long Beach

Hotels Close to Long Beach Cruise Terminal


Entrance to Long Beach Cruise Terminal

Long Beach/Los Angeles Weather

The Long Beach Cruise Terminal is located in the Los Angeles area and enjoys warm weather all year, which makes any time a great time to visit. Late summer is especially suitable for beach visits, when the water is spectacularly warm. Keep in mind that the smog tends to be thickest during the summer months, and the autumn and winter can be a bit nippy due to the Santa Ana winds.

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