About Ports America Cruise, Inc.

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(Berths 91-93)

The last renovation and expansion of the Port of Los Angeles World Cruise Center included interior and exterior upgrades designed for more efficient passenger processing and implementation of U.S. Department of Homeland Security requirements. The spacious improvements allowed for smooth passenger flow and accommodation of the world’s largest cruise ships. The terminal is operated by Ports America, the largest U.S. terminal operator and stevedore, with operations in every major port in the nation.

Terminal Features
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Cruise Passenger Terminal

18 acres (7.3 hectacres)
1,150-1,550' total berth length
2 berths
37’ water depth
14' height
Two terminal buildings
100,000+ square feet passenger-processing area(s)
Expedited U.S. Customs security clearance and baggage handling
Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) Program
Secured overnight parking (2,560 spaces) through Parking Concepts Inc.
Parking free for the first hour and $2/hour thereafter ($18 maximum/day)
Courtesy passenger shuttles from terminal to parking lot
1 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic system/solar power roof
Alternative Maritime Power® (AMP®)
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Ports America
100 Swinford Street
San Pedro, CA 90731
(310) 519-2342 or (310) 561-4992


Cruise Lines
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