Cruises from Los Angeles go to a variety of destinations. You can go to Mexico, Hawaii, the South Pacific, South America, Alaska, up the California Coast, through the Panama Canal, or around the world.
Alaska cruises are rare out of LA. They are about two weeks long and go to multiple Alaskan ports.
Australia cruises is also an unusual destination from Los Angeles. They are generally about a month long and visit islands along the way.
Canada cruises are offered in the spring out of LA. They are one-way to Vancouver to reposition ships for the summer.
Hawaii cruises from Los Angeles are available on two cruise lines. They are 15 days and visit 4 Hawaiian islands.
Japan cruises out of LA are rare, but one is available.
Mexico cruises are the most frequent out of Los Angeles. Make a quick getaway to Baja, or take a longer cruise to the Mexican Riviera.
Pacific Coast cruises go to places like Santa Barbara, Monterey and Vancouver.
Panama Canal cruises pass through the engineering marvel on their way to Florida. Visit beach resorts and islands along the way.
San Francisco cruises from Los Angeles are part of journeys up the coast, and often include an overnight in San Francisco.
South America cruises are offered on one line. Explore the coastal ports of Central and South America. One cruise continues around the bottom of South America to Brazil.
World cruises are the ultimate vacation. Two cruise lines offer them out of Los Angeles. They are more than 110 days long.
3-day cruises from Los Angeles go to Ensenada, Mexico. They are the ultimate fast getaway.
4-day cruises from Los Angeles go to Catalina Island and Ensenada. They are an excellent short cruise.
7-day cruises from Los Angeles are a perfect fit for a week vacation.