San Pedro Cruise Terminal Information

Last updated on November 10th, 2021 at 01:14 pm

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

World Cruise Center – San Pedro California

The World Cruise Terminal at the Port of Los Angeles is located at 100 Swinford Street in San Pedro. The ships dock at berths 91,92 and 93.

Only a 20 minutes drive from downtown L.A., this can be a great stop for the projected 600,000 passengers to come through the San Pedro terminal.

Within a 5 mile radius of the terminal are many different things for passengers to see and do – the Battleship IOWA, Ports O’Call Village, the Los Angeles Maritime Museum, and downtown San Pedro, home to many galleries, shops and restaurants. 

San Pedro Cruise Terminal Tips:

– There is no luggage storage for passengers.
– Follow the signs for Berths 91-93 when you get to the port entrance
– There are free shuttles to transport passengers from the parking lot to the terminal entrance, however the shuttles are NOT wheelchair accessible, so it is advised to drop passengers and luggage at the terminal prior to parking.

See here for cruise terminal parking and cruise port transportation at San Pedro

Cruises from Los Angeles – San Pedro:

Cruises from San Pedro restarted in September 2021 with the departure of the Grand Princess to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico!

 

Princess – Grand, Majestic, Emerald scheduled to sail in 2021; Crown, Discovery and Island joins them in Winter-Spring 2022
Royal Caribbean – Navigator of the Seas scheduled to restart Nov 2021
Celebrity – Eclipse scheduled to restart March 2022
Norwegian – Bliss scheduled to restart October 2021

Los Angeles Weather

Los Angeles enjoys warm weather all year ’round, 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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