Family activities, live music, food, games, hayrides, pumpkin patch on the beach. On Crescent Avenue, Avalon, Catalina Island
San Pedro is a lot of things. It’s home to the Port of Los Angeles and the World Cruise Terminal. It’s a quaint historic town. It’s an outstanding restaurant town. It’s one of the centers of the arts movement in Los Angeles. It’s up and coming as a destination for live theater and music.
And it’s at the heart of the San Pedro Bay-Los Angeles Harbor-Palos Verdes Peninsula region.
Cruise in the style you deserve. Siren is a magnificent 54-foot yacht built in 1977, sailing from San Pedro to Catalina Island and all along the Southern California coast.
Siren sleeps six plus crew in three private cabins with two bathrooms and two showers and a fully equipped kitchen.
The experienced and friendly crew will ensure your comfort and safety as you sail along Southern California’s beautiful coastline.
Catalina Express takes you to Catalina Island in just an hour with year-round service and up to 30 daily departures. Boats depart from the super convenient Catalina Air and Sea Terminal in San Pedro, right off the Vincent Thomas Bridge and convenient to I110. There are also depatures from Long Beach Dana Point.
Catalina is just 22 miles off the coast of Southern California. Catalina Express' fleet of high-speed ferries make for a quick, easy and fun getaway.