- Round-trip day ferry service to Catalina Island from Long Beach or San Pedro
- Enjoy a relaxing 1-hour ferry cruise in the Pacific Ocean to arrive in the quaint town of Avalon
- This is a leisurely, fun and scenic way to experience Catalina Island!
What You Can Expect
Arrive in the heart of downtown at the Catalina Landing, next to the Aquarium of the Pacific. Want to grab a bite to eat before your ride? Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at the Catalina Lounge, in addition to coffee, beer and wine. The nearby Catalina Deli dishes out sandwiches and other light snacks.
The ferry service operates daily (schedule varies by season) and accommodates bikes, surfboards and strollers, giving you flexibility to travel how you please.
You can arrive early in San Pedro, a part of the Los Angeles Port, to discover its rich maritime history. Visit landmarks such as the Vincent Thomas Bridge, the third longest suspension bridge in the state of California, as well as the Los Angeles Maritime Museum and the historic USS Iowa and SS Lane Victory ships.
When it’s time to depart for Catalina Island, hop on the ferry at the Catalina Sea and Air Terminal in San Pedro, which opened in summer 2012. The ferry schedule varies seasonally and accommodates bikes, surfboards and strollers, giving you flexibility to travel how you please.
It was a sister trip and we had great fun. We bought floppy hats and had a good day.
Easy parking, fast check in and hassle free
The weather was a bit of a problem but everyone of the staff were very accommodating.
This tour was amazing!
Great Ride to Catalina Island! No problems. Great Crew.
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A lovely day spent on Catalina Island. There were lots of shops and restaurants. The island was clean and beautiful. Did not have time to take excursions but would definitely go back to do that.
Enjoyed every minute of it!
The ferry trip to and from Catalina was excellent. We did experience a significant problem with the reservation with your company. The gate agent had to enter all our reservation details as if doing it for the first time. For some reason she did not have the Viator reservation. We nearly missed the ferry!