Ports of Departure DANA POINT Surfers, sailors and whale-watchers love laid-back Dana Point, which also offers visitors an excellent strip of coastline to explore by kayak or stand- up paddleboard. VisitDanaPoint.com Dana Point also serves as a Catalina Express port. Visit CatalinaExpress.com to plan your trip or call 800.995.4386. CATALINA EXPRESS TERMINAL DANA POINT Located at Dana Wharf Sportfishing 34675 Golden Lantern St. Dana Point, CA 92629 Directions: From L.A., take I-5 freeway south and exit at Pacific Coast Highway. From San Diego, take I-5 freeway north and exit at Beach Cities, Highway 1 off-ramp. Take a left at the second signal, Dana Point Harbor Drive, then left at Golden Lantern, which ends at Dana Point parking lot. Terminal Parking: Park briefly in the short- term lot to purchase your tickets and a parking pass for the long-term lot. Allow an extra 15 minutes to move your car to long- term parking and walk back to the dock. Parking is $14 per day, prices are subject to change. ATMs are available andVisa, Mastercard and American Express are welcome. For questions related to parking but not reservations, call 949.496.5794 ext. 7. LONG BEACH Long Beach offers visitors a wide range of oceanfront attractions, shopping and recreation. VisitLongBeach.com Additionally, Long Beach is a major departure port for Catalina Express. You’ll find an array of departure and arrival times available from our Catalina Landing Terminal in downtown Long Beach. Visit CatalinaExpress.com to plan your trip or call 800.995.4386. CATALINA EXPRESS TERMINAL LONG BEACH Catalina Landing 320 Golden Shore Long Beach, CA 90802 Directions: Take 710 freeway south into Long Beach. Stay in the left lane, follow signs to Downtown and exit on Golden Shore. Turn right at the stop sign, follow around to the terminal on the right. Parking is in the parking structure on the left. Terminal Parking: $17 daily maximum per 24-hour period. Overnight parking okay. Cash, Visa and MasterCard accepted. Prices are subject to change. Discounts for groups, long visits and buses may be available seasonally. Check with parking vendor for details. Operated by Ampco System Parking: 562.432.5166 or by email, victor.carranza@abm.com. SAN PEDRO Popular as a whale-watching location and site of the Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro also is the home of the USS Iowa, the West Coast’s only battleship on display. SPCVB.com San Pedro is also home to a main Catalina Express terminal. Visit CatalinaExpress.com to plan your trip or call 800.995.4386. CATALINA SEA AND AIR TERMINAL, SAN PEDRO Berth 95 San Pedro, CA90731 Note: The San Pedro terminal address does not display accurately on all mapping websites. For mapping website driving directions, please use: N. Front St. & Swinford St., San Pedro, CA. Directions: Take the 110 freeway south to San Pedro. Take the Terminal Island, exit 47 ramp. Stay in right lane, exit at Harbor Blvd. Follow signs to Catalina Terminal. Parking: $18 per day (Free for the 1st hour; $2 thereafter). Cash, credit cards or traveler’s checks only. Prices are subject to change. Check with parking vendor for details. Parking operated by PCI Parking, 310.547.4357. 10 CATALINA EXPRESS MAGAZINE 2018-2019 AVALON-SPEAK When Islanders say THE MOLE, they mean the Cabrillo Mole, where the ferry docks. COURTESY OF LONG BEACH CVB WATERFRONT QUEEN MARY