Berths 90-93 of the Port of Los Angeles are the premier gateway to Los Angeles and Southern California. It is located in the Port of Los Angeles' World Cruise Centre.
Pacific Cruise Ship Terminals, a subsidiary of Metro Cruise Services, is responsible for managing the Berths 90-93 at the World Cruise Centre. The cruise terminal is capable of berthing three of the most modern cruise ships simultaneously. The terminal at Berth 93 has been enlarged to accommodate the largest mega ships currently sailing.
The Los Angeles Cruise Port is a stop for cruise itineraries sailing to Mexico and other world destinations. The port has served over 1 million passengers served. It was also the homeport of the television series "The Love Boat" (1977 to 1986).
The facility at Berth 91/92 has approximately 18,000 square feet of space for the lay down of luggage. This area can then be quickly converted to accommodate up to 40 check-in booths for embarking passengers.
The terminal at Berth 93 was remodelled and expanded in 2002 to include over 41,000 square feet of luggage lay down area on the first floor for debarking passengers and approximately 58,000 square feet for check-in of embarking passengers on the second floor. The facility has a V.I.P. room in the embarkation area that includes leather furniture, desks, service area for refreshments with a wet sink, refrigerator, and TV. Throughout the spacious terminal, there is ample seating provided along with three 50 inch flat panel televisions. There are a total of 36 booths for checking in passengers on the 'B' side of the terminal with an additional 12 booths on the 'A' side which can be used for special groups or early arrivals.
Royal Caribbean, Princess Cruise, Crystal Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Radisson Seven Seas, Oceania Cruises, Holland America, Celebrity, Carnival, Cruise LA, Cruise the West and Disney Cruise all berth at the Los Angeles Cruise Port.