Cruise Statistics


In 2017, 109 cruise ships came through the Los Angeles World Cruise Center, handling about 500,000 passengers. Each time a cruise ship calls at the Port of Los Angeles, it adds an estimated $1 million into the local economy.

Cruise ship calls and passenger data is available for the prior calendar year, dating back to 1990.

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Year Ship Calls Passengers
2017 109 498,848
2016 118 602,464
2015 123 592,335
2014 122 578,668
2013 99 430,189
2012 98 426,073
2011 136 608,386
2010 147 731, 952
2009 162 798,886
2008 265 1,195,897
2007 255 1,161,663
2006 265 1,184,223
2005 272 1,218,739
2004 230 924,769
2003 233 806,022
2002 257 1,075,102
2001 319 1,164,126
2000 315 1,082,584
1999 295 992,979
1998 319 961,187
1997 324 942,773
1996 324 945,180
1995 287 794,448
1994 373 793,256
1993 417 880,534
1992 438 902,453
1991 386 680,559
1990 377 617,876