Los Angeles Cruises

Celebrity_deckchairs1Los Angeles is the top cruise port on the US West Coast for year-round cruise departures. From Los Angeles you can find cruises to Mexico, Hawaii and the Panama Canal.

Top Cruise Destinations From Los Angeles

The most popular destinations to sail to from Los Angeles are Ensenada, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas and Catalina Island. There are a limited number of cruises to Hawaii from Los Angeles offered each year. The Hawaii cruises are usually round-trip cruises that are 12 or more days in length.

Cruise Lines Sailing From Los Angeles

Carnival Cruises is the leading cruise line sailing from Los Angeles with two cruise ships sailing 3, 4 and 7-night itineraries to Baja Mexico and the Mexican Riviera. Princess Cruises, Holland America Line and NCL offer seasonal cruise departures from Los Angeles.

Last Minute Cruises from Los Angeles

Los Angeles features the best Last Minute Cruise Deals on the West Coast. With year-round cruises on Carnival Cruises and seasonal service with NCL, Disney Cruise Line, Princess Cruises and more, there are always a cruise departing soon. With the exception of the most busy cruising seasons (Christmas, Spring Break, summer vacations), there are often exceptional Last Minute Cruise Deals available from Los Angeles. Check-out the savings on Last Minute Cruises from Los Angeles below.

Los Angeles Cruise Port Map

With the exception of Carnival Cruise Lines, the main cruise ship terminal for Los Angeles is in the port of San Pedro.

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Carnival Cruise Lines departs from the stern of the Queen Mary cruise ship. Carnival Cruise Line's terminal for Los Angeles is located in the Port of Long Beach.

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Both cruise terminals in Los Angeles are about 45-60 minutes away from the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). However, you need to account for the infamous traffic in Los Angeles and allow at least 90 minutes to get from LAX to the World Cruise Center in Los Angeles, or, Carnival Cruises' terminal in Long Beach.