Ferry info: Newport Beach to Avalon
The Catalina Flyer ferries visitors from Newport Beach to Catalina Island. This route has two options: a return trip (for visitors who want to visit Catalina Island for one day) and individual one-way trips.
The return trip
The ferry trip departs at 9 a.m. and returns at 4:30 p.m. On this day trip, you leave Newport Beach at 9 a.m. and return at 4:30 p.m. A convenient snack bar is available on the deck. ( $78 )
One Way Trips
It's also possible to book one-way trips now on this ferry; these trips can be booked for €39.
A surcharge for fuel is already included in the price if fuel prices are high. The catamaran can hold up to 600 passengers. The distance from the harbor (Newport) to the port (Avalon on Catalina Island) is about 31 miles (50 km).
The Avalon Express runs multiple times per day. It takes 1 hour and 15 minutes to travel across the Channel. The weather, season, and other ships might cause this time to change. You can make a reservation at directferries.
Newport Beach to Avalon Catalina price
The lowest price for a one-way trip on the ferry from Newport Beach to Avalon is about $39. Fuel surcharges and other factors, such as discounts for senior citizens, may cause the price to change.
We strive to provide you with the data you need on FerryGoGo.com. Because of this, we give the lowest price and the typical cost of a trip from Dana Point to Avalon. We calculated that the regular price would be around $156 for a two-person return journey.
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