How To Get Here

The Great Escape is docked in San Pedro, CA next to the Port of Los Angeles.

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Great Escape Dive Charters
141 W 22nd St
San Pedro, CA 90731

Call us @ 310-486-0761

How to get here…

The Great Escape is berthed at the 22nd Street Landing, 141 W. 22nd Street, San Pedro, California (a suburb of the greater Los Angeles area) and part of the L.A. Harbor.

From Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

The most economical way to get here from LAX is by shuttle van.
From a car rental agency take Century Blvd. West, stay to the right and take the Sepulvida Blvd. exit.  Then make a left on to Sepulvida Blvd. South.  Once on Sepulvida Blvd. stay to the right and take the exit to the Anderson (Century) Freeway (Interstate 105) East.  Stay to the right and take the exit to the San Diego Freeway (Interstate 405) South (to Long Beach).  Once on the 405 you can use the diamond car pool lane if there are two or more people in your vehicle.  When you pass Western Avenue it is time to move to the right so you can take the exit to the Harbor Freeway (Interstate 110) South (to San Pedro).

From Downtown Los Angeles

Take the Harbor Freeway (Interstate 110) South to San Pedro.

From Downtown Long Beach

Take Ocean Blvd. South to Terminal Island and then to the Vincent Thomas Bridge. Then take the Gaffey Street Exit.

From Anaheim

Take the Santa Ana Freeway (Interstate 5) North to the Artesia/Gardena Freeway (California 91) West to the Harbor Freeway (Interstate 110) South to San Pedro.

Take the Harbor Freeway (Interstate 110) South to the end at Gaffey Street.  From the end of the 110 turn left on Gaffey Street and proceed to 22nd Street, which has a light.  Turn left on 22nd and proceed past the next two lights on Pacific and Via Cabrillo Marina.  The 22nd Street Landing will be just past the Yacht Club on the right.

Pull into the parking lot, then unload your gear onto the boat.  After unloading, move your car across the street to one of the long term parking areas.  Tanks are stowed in the tank racks at the back of the boat, with weights on the deck below the tank racks.  Dive bags are stowed along the either side of the boat, next to the galley.  Personal gear may be stowed in the galley, or your bunk or stateroom.  There are many 110V outlets in the galley if you need to charge any battery operated gear.  Please make sure to sign the sign in list at the same number position where you have stowed your tank.


Link to MapBlast! Interactive Road Map to the Great Escape Southern California Dive Boat