SHORELINER 1150 Nagoya Way, Berth 79-Ports O'Call Village, San Pedro, CA 90731 (310)809-8589
The SHORELINER has an interesting history as it relates to the Southern California coast and Catalina Island. She was built in 1960 in San Diego, and was originally named the M.V. CABRILLO. She has an aluminum hull and cruises at 14knots with top speed of 17. The goal at that time was to build a faster, smaller ferry to cross the channel to Catalina Island. This was the vision of
Philip K. Wrigley and the Santa Catalina Island Company. She was later purchased by Catalina Cruises in 1987, and served as a passenger ferry from Long Beach to Catalina Island. She lay dormant from 2010 until April 2013 when she was purchased by Captain Greg Watson Sr. and refurbished from bow to stern, bilge to balcony.
The SHORELINER has the capacity for 130 passengers along with 6 crew members. She has indoor seating for 60 and upper-deck panoramic seating for an additional 50, along with 25 in the bow and stern. The SHORLINER is available for private functions, Whale Watch, Reggae, Harbor Cruises, Weddings and Funerals. She is now running from Berth 79 in Ports O'Call Village in San Pedro, CA on Saturdays and Sundays doingMarine Sealife Coastal Tours.