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Old December 9th, 2003, 09:53 PM
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Hello Everyone

I have a question on the Los Angeles Port. We are taking the Monarch of the Seas in January and are curious on the location of the port. Is this the same port that is in Long Beach. We took Princess there last year and it was called Long beach.

So are the one in the same?

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Old December 9th, 2003, 11:17 PM
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Default Re: Royal Caribbean's LAX Port

Robert, the RCCL port is The Port of Los Angeles (San Pedro not Long Beach). There will be directions in your cruise documents to the port. From LAX its a shorter drive but no much.

P.S. Why did'nt your travel agent tell you this?
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Old December 10th, 2003, 12:15 AM
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Cruiseguy

Thanks for your help. As I look at the map it was San Pedro Island where we left last time. As we went over a bridge on 47or 110 (I think we saw the Carnival Ectasy and Princess's Sea Princess.

But why do some call it Los angel and some call it Long Beach. Am I not getting it. Miami was too easy.

Thanks Again

Robert & Lisa

You know my travel agent (Cruise411.com) did not ask. This was our first booking with them our last travel agent (Crusiesonly.com) went to work for Universal Studios and have not found a worthy replacement.
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Long beach now has a new dock. It is where the Spruce Goose dome is. Princess and Carnival depart from there.

LA and San Pedro is the departure point for RCCL and other lines.

Route 47 via the St. Thomas bridge connects the two harbors.
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Old December 10th, 2003, 02:28 PM
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Y2C

Thanks a lot. We are thinking of Flying into Long Beach Airport from DFW.

When did they add the new pier?

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There has always been a harbor in Long Beach, the Queen Mary is docked there and offers a restaurant, banquet rooms, and tours. LB harbor is mostly for privately owned yachts, sail boats, etc. They converted the Spruce Goose building in the LB harbor into a cruise terminal this past summer.

As you know, the port of Los Angeles (San Pedro) is a bustling commercial port and until now, was the port for all cruise ships departing from LA.

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