Port of Los Angeles - Passenger Terminal: World Cruise Center
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                  World Cruise Center

Berths 91-93
Pacific Cruise Ship Terminals
Berth 93
Wilmington, CA 90731
(310) 514-4049

Land area: 18 acres
Total berth length: 2850’ (Berths 91/92 combined are 1590' (485 meters) long; Berths 93A/93B combined are 1260' (384 meters) long)
Berths: 3
Height: 15’ 
Water depth: 37’
Width of navigational channel: 1000’ (305 meters)
Length of concourse: 1103’ (336 meters)
Length of area between dock and concourse structure:
36.5’ (11 meters)
Vertical clearance restriction:
Vincent Thomas Bridge, at 165’ (50 meters); vertical clearance varies with rising/falling tide
Terminal features: Features two terminal buildings, four passenger processing areas, expedited U.S. Customs security clearance and baggage handling, secured parking, passenger shuttles
Available services: Bunker fuel, customs house brokers, pilots, port agents, ship chandlers/marine supplies, ship repair, tugboat assistance, warehouse, and water
Cruise lines served: Homeport agreements with Royal Caribbean International, Princess Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line, with regular calls by Carnival Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Cunard Line, Disney Cruse Line, Holland America Line, Seabourn Cruise Line and Silver Sea Cruises
World Cruise Center Parking
Parking Concepts Inc.
(800) 540-PARK

2,560 secured spaces
Cost: $12 (maximum) per day
Overnight parking: Available
Shuttle: Courtesy shuttle from passenger terminal to parking lot