How long is the cruise from Long Beach to Catalina?
approximately 1 hr
Long Beach/Avalon trips take approximately 1 hr.
What is the fastest ferry to Catalina?
Catalina Express Ferry
Catalina Express Ferry in Long Beach, California The Catalina Express Ferry is your cheapest, fastest, and safest way to visit Santa Catalina Island. They operate high-speed boats, including large catamarans, that shuttle visitors back and forth between the island and the mainland in just one hour each way.
How much is the ferry from LA to Catalina Island?
To Catalina Island
|Tickets||Round Trip||One Way|
|Senior Ticket (60+ years)||$65.00||$32.50|
|Child Ticket (3-12 years)||$53.00||$26.50|
|Infant Ticket (Under 3 years)||$6.00||$3.00|
Can I visit Catalina Island now?
Catalina Island is open! The health and safety of visitors to and residents of Catalina Island, is our number one priority. Island businesses, parks, harbors and beaches are open.
How far is Long Beach from Catalina Island?
Distance from Catalina Island to Long Beach, CA. The total straight line flight distance from Catalina Island to Long Beach, CA is 30 miles.
What is the cheapest way to get to Catalina Island?
The cheapest way is to take the Catalina Express boat from Long Beach or San Pedro in the morning and return in the evening, but you’ll only have time for a little beach time, some disappointing souvenirs, lunch with the tourist crowd, and the wish that you could come back again with more time on your hands.
What is the best way to get to Catalina Island?
The most common way to get to Catalina Island is via ferry. There are several ferry companies that run regular trips to the island, with five main departure points – Long Beach, San Pedro, Marina Del Rey, Dana Point and Newport Beach .
How long does it take to get to Catalina Island?
You can get to Catalina Island by passenger ferry from four mainland ports in southern California – San Pedro, Long Beach, Newport Beach or Dana Point – and the ride is only about an hour by boat or 15 minutes by helicopter.