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Cruises from Long Beach
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Cruises from Long Beach

Located about 23 miles from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in California, Long Beach is a great option for those looking to take a cruise from the Los Angeles area. Cruises from Long Beach are particularly popular among those that live within driving distance of the port, but is also great for those that would like to take a Mexican Riviera cruise.

Currently, only Carnival Cruise Lines offers cruises from Long Beach. Carnival currently features Carnival Splendor (one of their newest cruise ships), doing a series of 7-night Mexico cruises from Long Beach, as well as Carnival Inspiration, which sails on 3- and 4-night Mexico cruises. Carnival Splendor will also offer a single 15-night Hawaii cruise sailing round trip from Long Beach, with a January 19, 2013 departure.
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Although Carnival is the only cruise line with cruises from Long Beach, a bunch of cruise lines (such as NCL, Princess Cruises, Disney Cruise Line and Holland America Line) offer cruises from nearby Los Angeles (from the San Pedro terminal). If you're interested in such cruises, check our our Cruises from Los Angeles page for detailed information.

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Cruise Lines with Cruises from Long Beach

The following cruise lines feature cruises leaving from Long Beach. Click the name of the cruise line to view upcoming cruises that they're featuring from Long Beach:
Carnival Cruises from Long Beach
Carnival Cruises from Long Beach
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Prices listed above were accurate when posted online, are based on double occupancy, include port charges and are subject to change based on the live availability of the ship. Please click the link provided in the sale box to find out the current pricing and availability. The offer details for any bonuses are listed during the online booking process. Certain restrictions apply.

Destinations for Cruises from Long Beach

The following cruise destinations can be visited on a cruise from Long Beach. Click any destination to view some of the upcoming cruises from Long Beach, CA that are available:
Mexico Cruises from Long Beach
Mexico Cruises from Long Beach
Hawaii Cruises from Long Beach
Hawaii Cruises from Long Beach

Things to do in Long Beach

These are just a few of the more popular tourist attractions in or around Long Beach, along with a brief description:

♦ Visit Los Angeles
The Port of Long Beach is located only about 20 miles south of downtown Los Angeles (about a 50 minute drive, depending on traffic). This makes for a great opportunity to visit one of the world's most diverse, fun and interesting cities. Among the many things to do in Los Angeles are walking along world-famous Rodeo Drive (featuring many upscale boutiques), relaxing Venice Beach (and enjoying the entertainment typically available along its boardwalk) and dining, bar hoping and shopping along the Sunset Strip. A cruise from Long Beach is even further enhanced by being able to spend a few nights in Los Angeles before or after the cruise, at one of the city's many lovely hotels.RMS Queen Mary

♦ RMS Queen Mary
This retired ocean liner was once a member of Cunard Line's fleet of luxurious ships. She sailed for them from 1936 through 1967, and is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. RMS Queen Mary is now docked at the Port of Long Beach, and serves as both a museum and hotel. Over the years, there have been reports of ghosts being seen throughout the ship, so there are paranormal themed tours available daily onboard. This historic vessel has been featured in several movies, TV shows and even a music video.

♦ Singing Gondolier Trips
Long Beach, CA is one of only a few places on the West Coast of the United States where you're able to ride in a gondola (similar to those often featured in Venice, Italy). Gondola rides are available through the romantic canals of Naples, a neighborhood in Long Beach.