drvn LAX airport car service for San Pedro cruise port is what Los Angeles car transfers were born to do. And guess what, we're good at it.
1 to 2 passengers
up to 3 bags
Mercedes S Class or similarExplore our Sedans.
3 to 5 passengers
up to 5 bags
Cadillac Escalade or similarExplore our SUVs.
6 to 14 passengers
8 to 14 bags
Mercedes Sprinter or similarExplore our Vans.
15 to 55 passengers
all of your bags
Grech or Van Hool or similarExplore our Coaches.
Voyages start with a tiny first step.
With the plague slowly loosening grip, we’re emerging from chrysalis. Like our ursine cousins, we stagger from our dens. Famished for normalcy, we open our eyes in the sun for the first time in months.
And so, my dear readers, close the laptop, turn off Netflix, close the refrigerator, stretch, and look forward. Into the light, into the brave new world.
Give yourself a big fat, shiny gold star. Book a cruise (for loved ones, too, if you haven’t killed each other) from the Port of Los Angeles. And oh, the places you can go: Puerto Costa Maya, Cozumel, Cancun, the Aleutian, or the Galapagos. Close your eyes. Imagine: fresh ceviche, una cerveza fría in Panama City, passing through the canal. Your options are near limitless, and good lord, you deserve it.
Now do it. Book the sucker.
Also need transportation to and from your hotel, LAX, Staples Center, around Los Angeles? No problem.
And, need I mention, in Los Angeles, your best bet for LA cruise transportation is a chauffeur-driven black car, or for the truly eager beavers with large groups, book any one of our larger fleet vehicles (see above).
The best company for Los Angeles cruise port transportation (or any port in the world for that matter) is, ta dah, you guessed it: drvn.
Why, you ask? Because navigating the ports is our business, that’s why. We have the credentials, the vehicles, the all-pro drivers and the unparalleled experience for cruise transfers. We will get you to the gangplank, in style, on time, and without hitch. On the return, we pick you up and take you home. All you have to do: book the ride, and saunter up the gangway.
“Land was created to provide a place for boats to visit.”