Long Beach Cruise Terminal Expansion

Read this today about Long Beach Carnival Cruise Terminal Expansion. I think it's a good thing. The Old Spruce Goose Dome will have it's empty spaces put to use, allow larger liners, and eventually have four ships operate out of there instead of the current two.

I enjoyed my cruise on Carnival and am booked on another middle of May (a couple days right after my Princess cruise).


Tags: California Long Beach (Los Angeles)

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Interesting. I wonder if PC will move from the other side of the bridge to this pier after the expansion.

This is great news for us Los Angeles residents, we will now have L.A. to Alaska, Hawaii and further down Mexico then Baja.

This will mean I will Cruise Carnival more since it will have more variety of cruises. I do hope they have parking to support this volume.

We enjoyed our overnight stay on the Queen Mary before our Panama Canal Transit cruise, so this is good news for the Queen Mary. She does need a bit of a face lift I will be nice to have more option out of LB and even better if Princess moves some of her .sailings from there.

Thanks for the update.

We really enjoyed our cruise on the Miracle out of Long Beach and wouldn't hesitate to cruise out of there again even without the expansion. If this brings in more ships though, maybe we will have more choices of itineraries.


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