Port of Los Angeles to Develop Cruise Ship Terminal

   October 12, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

The largest cruise ships that are serving the West Coast could be making port near Cabrillo Way Marina, as the Port of Los Angeles will issue an RFP (Request for Proposal) before the end of 2019.

Port district staff announced a development opportunity for Outer Harbor Cruise Terminal. The cruise terminal is situated next to a boat repair facility and Cabrillo Way Marina. AltaSea, which is a public-private ocean institute bringing together education, science, and business, is also in the area.

Port of Los Angeles (Long Beach, California)

The port district has used Outer Harbor Cruise Terminal space for special events, concerts, and a temporary berth for ships.

Whoever is successful in gaining the contract with the Port of Los Angeles will have the chance to develop Outer Harbor Cruise Terminal’s landside facilities and berths. The successful bidder will manage the wharf and terminal's day-to-day operations.

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