Water Taxis (AquaLink and AquaBus) are suspended until further notice.

As result of the actions taken at the federal, state and local levels of government to minimize the spread of COVID-19, LBT will be operating on a modified schedule, until further notice.

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Schedule

Water Taxis (AquaLink and AquaBus) are suspended until further notice.

Memorial Day – Labor Day: Daily Service
Labor Day – Memorial Day: Weekend Service

Fare Information

The Water Taxi fare applies to all riders. There are no discounted fares. Children aged 2 and under ride free with paid fare. Transfers and bus passes may not be used for fare. Cash-only payment at dock.

AquaLink $5/each way
AquaBus $1/each way

AquaLink Stops

Queen Mary

Aquarium of the Pacific, Dock 4

Alamitos Bay Landing, Berth 3

AquaBus Stops

Queen Mary

Hotel Maya

Aquarium of the Pacific, Dock 4

Pine Ave. Circle, Dock 7

Shoreline Village, Dock 9

AquaLink stops and points of interest:

Alamitos Bay: Enjoy waterfront dining and drinking at Ballast Point or Boathouse on the Bay. Or work up an appetite by peddling your way through the bay with water bike rentals.

LBT connection: Route 131 to Main Street Seal Beach or back to Belmont Shore for shopping and dining.

Queen Mary: Board the famed 1930’s vessel that came to rest in Long Beach in 1967 for a historic experience featuring sightseeing, tours, and food and drink.

Aquarium of the Pacific: For over 20 years the Aquarium of the Pacific and all of its inhabitants have been a source of wonder and education for all who step through her doors.

LBT Water Taxis

AquaBus stops and points of interest:

Shoreline Village: Experience the ultimate in family fun. Stroll through a carnival-like atmosphere and revel in restaurants, arcades, and candy stores that bring you back to another time and place.

Queen Mary: Board the famed 1930’s vessel that came to rest in Long Beach in 1967 for a historic experience featuring sightseeing, tours, and food and drink.

Aquarium of the Pacific: For over 20 years the Aquarium of the Pacific and all of its inhabitants have been a source of wonder and education for all who step through her doors.

Hotel Maya: With stunning views and a menu to match, the Hotel Maya gives visitors a Long Beach experience unlike any other.