San Pedro, port of Los Angeles
Phone: (310) 519-9545
FAX: (310) 519-0265
Lane Victory Victory ship
Open for tours, and 2 annual cruises to Catalina Island. During the cruise the ship undergoes a mock air attack.
Los Angeles Maritime Museum
Berth 84 - foot of Sixth Street
Phone: (310) 548-7618
Admission free, one dollar donation per adult is requested.
Swift of Ipswich Topsail schooner
Angels Gate ST class Tug
Ocean Waif Racing yawl
Ralph J. Scott Fireboat #2
Two Monterey fishing boats (1917 and 1927 vintage)
Largest maritime museum on the west coast of North America. Operated by the Los Angeles City Department of Recreation and Parks.
Occupies the former Municipal Ferry Building, a 75,000 sq. ft. art deco structure located on the main channel of the port. Holds one of the largest collections of ship models in the U.S. Swift is used for youth sail training. Gate is listed on the National Historic Vessel list. Waif is the original Angleman Seawitch prototype. Centerpiece of John Gibson Park which includes the National Merchant Marine Memorial, the USS Los Angeles (CA-135) Mainmast naval memorial and Education Center of the Museum where American Sail Training Association endorsed youth development classes are held. Internships are available through university and college programs worldwide. Scott is part of the John Gibson Park. Research facilities include a 5,000 volume library and a major archive of maritime photographs. Just placed a 16"/50 barrel on display.