Port of Long Beach

Port of Long Beach

Port Location:
Long Beach, California

Port Name:
Port of Long Beach

Port Authority:
Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners

Address:
Long Beach Carnival Cruise Terminal
231 Windsor Way
Long Beach, CA 90802

Phone:
305 599-2600×35015

Email:
info@polb.com

Web Site:
www.polb.com

Driving Directions to the Port of Long Beach:
Travel Time: 23 miles from Los Angeles International Airport; approximately 50 minutes.

12 miles from Long Beach Airport; approximately 20 minutes.

Traveling from the Los Angeles area (north)

  1. Take the 405 Freeway south.
  2. Take the 710 Freeway south.
  3. Continue on the 710 Freeway south and follow the signs for the Queen Mary.
  4. At the entrance to the Queen Mary, stay to the far right of the parking ticket taker for the Queen Mary; this lane is the entrance to the Long Beach Cruise terminal.
  5. Follow the signs for Passenger Parking and Luggage Drop-Off area.

Traveling from the San Diego area (south)

  1. Take I-5 north.
  2. Take the 405 Freeway north.
  3. Take the 710 Freeway south.
  4. Continue on the 710 Freeway south and follow the signs for the Queen Mary.
  5. At the entrance to the Queen Mary, stay to the far right of the parking ticket taker for the Queen Mary; this lane is the entrance to the Long Beach Cruise terminal.
  6. Follow the signs for Passenger Parking and Luggage Drop-Off area.

Parking Information and Fees:

  • Parking is available at the Long Beach Cruise Terminal parking structure for $23 per day (rates subject to change).
  • 0-30 minutes – No charge.
  • 31 to 59 minutes $4.00.
  • 1 to 2 hours $8.00.
  • The Garage Height Limit is 7’0″.
  • Oversized vehicles cannot park in the garage but may be accommodated in the adjacent lot. Oversized vehicles are vehicles that take up more than one parking space.

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