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Old 04-18-2011, 03:58 PM   #1
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FREE Catalina Express Birthday Boat Ride to Catalina Island - EXTENDED THROUGH 2014!!

As a huge fan of the beautiful, tranquil and picturesque Catalina Island in SoCal (Catalina and Disneyland Resort are my two favorite SoCal destinations), I was absolutely thrilled to see this promo offer from Catalina Express in my e-mail inbox in 2011, 2012 & 2013!!:

http://www.catalinaexpress.com/birthday_promo.php

Basically, Catalina Express - the primary means of ocean transportation to the lovely Avalon in Catalina - is giving away FREE round-trip boat passage/tickets to everyone on their birthday (the current, existing promo ends on April 30, 2014, but I have learned that the offer is once again being extended beyond that -- through the rest of 2014!!). All you have to do is register your info on the Catalina Express website at the link above.

This, of course, will not cover your food, lodging or activities on the Island, but if you have never been to Catalina, take my word for it that it's a great day trip (as well as being great for a weekend), whether you do a lot or do very little in the way of activities - and also take my word for it that getting FREE round-trip boat fare is a very good value to get to the Island. (The current round-trip boat fare is something like $70.00 and some change!) I could be happy just getting to the Island and sitting on a bench, overlooking the water, scouting for sea life!

I missed being able to use the 2011 offer, but I happily took advantage of the 2012 and 2013 birthday trips. I am so excited to be able to take advantage of this offer once again, in July 2014. Everyone register ASAP!!

Be sure to order your free 2014 Catalina Island Visitors Guide (this is a magazine that is put out every year, and the Chamber of Commerce or Visitors Bureau will mail it out to you for free) to get an idea of what you can do while on the Island!!
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Thanks Sherry. I signed up and look forward to visiting Catalina.

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Thanks Sherry. I signed up and look forward to visiting Catalina.

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You're welcome, Woody! I know you're in L.A. too (as am I) - have you been to Catalina before?

I hope more people register and get their free birthday boat trip. I've never seen anything involving Catalina offered as totally free before, unless it was part of a contest prize.

But I'm not sure if a lot of people (who, perhaps, don't live nearby or who have never been to Catalina) realize what a good deal this actually is.

To sort of draw a comparison, this is essentially the equivalent of the promotion that the Disney Parks had in which you could get in free for your birthday. It's the same idea for this Catalina Express thing - once you get through the gates, it's up to you how to spend your day and where to eat, what to buy, etc. But the free pass gets you in the gates - for Disney, you received a free one-day/one-park ticket that got you in; for Catalina, the free Catalina Express round-trip boat ticket will get you to/on the Island.



Everyone sign up and get your free birthday trip! Trust me - if you have never been to Catalina, it's a really fun day trip (beautiful scenery, quaint little town, buffalo, flying fish, seals, etc.), and this is a great promo offer that I don't think they have ever done before.
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You're welcome, Woody! . . . have you been to Catalina before?
This will be my first visit to Catalina, and I'm looking forward to it.

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Wow! Several of my family are going to Catalina this summer, but I'm not sure it's going to time on anyone's birthday. I will definitely let the SoCal section of my family know about this. I guess they figure (like DLR) that few people will go alone, so it equals more of a BOGO promotion.

Thanks for the info!

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Wow! Several of my family are going to Catalina this summer, but I'm not sure it's going to time on anyone's birthday. I will definitely let the SoCal section of my family know about this. I guess they figure (like DLR) that few people will go alone, so it equals more of a BOGO promotion.

Thanks for the info!

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PHXscuba - Did you tell your SoCal family members about this? Are they going to do it?

I mean, really, anyone can use it - they don't have to be SoCal people, but I suppose the thinking is that the SoCal people would be the ones most likely to be available on their birthdays to visit Catalina. The out-of-towners would have to either already be planning a trip out here during that time or they would have to make special arrangements to come down, use the birthday promo and then probably stay overnight on the Island to make it all worthwhile.

However, this promo works for me because I am one of the few who will go solo! I don't need to have anyone with me. I mean, if any of my friends were available and wanted to go with me on my birthday, that would be great, but I've gone to Catalina by myself before (a few times) and had a fantastic time! It was actually, in a way, more relaxing, peaceful, meditative and therapeutic for me to be by myself, zooming around in the golf cart up in the hills, breathing in the sea air, walking along the shore and watching the ocean, etc. And In fact, I will actually get many more photos taken if I am alone (as was the case when I was alone at DLR in December, as you know!).


I might start a Catalina Island superthread at some point in the future, chock full o' nuggets of info...but I don't think we have enough people interested in Avalon to follow a superthread!!





Everyone - make sure you sign up for your free birthday boat trip! It's very worthwhile! If you live in SoCal or if you plan to be in the SoCal area over your birthday anyway, take a day to visit Catalina. I think you will really love it!
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I may just make it tho we'd have to stay overnight.
I just spent the last hour going over the website. It looks so beautiful I'd likely want to stay forever.
We haven't decided wether to fly to Orlando, San Franciso or Anaheim in July. Almost got Orlando out of the picture as it's too hot.

If we flew into SNA early afternoon on a Sat July 2 we would have time to get to Long Beach or Dana. My DS 14 would need to do the zip line (not me I'm a chicken), then a couple more tours, geez another night and more tours. And July 4th is thrown in there as well.

Is there enough to do to stay from Sat to Thur or Friday?
The 2nd is my birthday & start of holidays. We'd fly out of SNA on the 9th.

Which is closer harbour from SNA to catch the boat & how would we get there?
Decisions, decisions, this wouldn't cost a whole lot more than the other two places.

What's the weather like? I didn't see it mentioned online. I suppose it's very warm and breezy everyday?
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I may just make it tho we'd have to stay overnight.
I just spent the last hour going over the website. It looks so beautiful I'd likely want to stay forever.
We haven't decided wether to fly to Orlando, San Franciso or Anaheim in July. Almost got Orlando out of the picture as it's too hot.

If we flew into SNA early afternoon on a Sat July 2 we would have time to get to Long Beach or Dana. My DS 14 would need to do the zip line (not me I'm a chicken), then a couple more tours, geez another night and more tours. And July 4th is thrown in there as well.

Is there enough to do to stay from Sat to Thur or Friday?
The 2nd is my birthday & start of holidays. We'd fly out of SNA on the 9th.

Which is closer harbour from SNA to catch the boat & how would we get there?
Decisions, decisions, this wouldn't cost a whole lot more than the other two places.

What's the weather like? I didn't see it mentioned online. I suppose it's very warm and breezy everyday?
Hi, endy! I'm so glad you stumbled upon this thread! I had to post it in this section of the board, though I have a hunch that if I were able to post it in a more populated section (like the Disneyland section), more people would be interested. I'm afraid that many people might miss out on this great offer.

I think the Long Beach landing is better for you because it has more departures and arrivals than Dana Point so you can be a bit more flexible with the schedule. Plus, I think it's closer anyway.

I can look up the directions for you from SNA to Long Beach, if you'd like.

As for whether there is enough to do over several days. Well, there is lots to do, depending on your family's interests. Or, you can spend a lot of time relaxing. I have stayed a full week (a full 7 nights) in Avalon before, and I had a great time relaxing as well as doing lots of things during that time frame. I have had trips there that were jam-packed with activities, as well as trips that were very leisurely and slow, with no real agenda. I've had trips where I did nothing but rent a golf cart and walk around, looking in shops. I had trips where I was horseback riding, renting pedal boats, going on nature walks, all kinds of things. My friends have rented motor boats, gone parasaililng, scuba diving, swimming, miniature golfing, bicycle riding, etc.

I can tell you that I really, really enjoy:

1. The Flying Fish boat tour (which takes place at night, when the flying fish come out);

2. The tour that takes you to Seal Rock (where all the seals are lounging about);

3. The Semi-Submersible tour (where you see all kinds of cool fish and an occasional shark), the Casino tour (it's not a real casino, but it's a great tour if you love history and architecture);

4. Renting the golf cart. This is a MUST whether you do a day trip or visit for several days. The scenery from up in the hills is just gorgeous. Along the golf cart path you will find the Wrigley Memorial and Botanical Garden. This is the same 'Wrigley' of the chewing gum family and the same Wrigleys of the Wrigley Field family; and

5. Any tour bus ride that will take you into the deep interior of the island. There are many variations of tours that will take you partially into the island - often only as far as the small airport. You want to get one of the Safari buses or tours that takes you past the airport and over to Two Harbors - the "other side" of the island - because when you go to the other side, you see many, many more buffalo along the way. And sometimes the buffalo come right into the bus path. But the buffalo stay away from the well-traveled paths, like the paths that take people up to the airport. You've got to go deep into the island (which takes about 90 minutes or so) to get to the more desolate areas where the buffalo roam free! It's so cool to see!


I should add that the Zipline and a couple of other tours have been added since I was last in Avalon, but they are making a big push to get tourists back that they lost due to the economy, so they are renovating hotels, adding in new restaurants, adding in new activities, etc.


Avalon is a very small town, so you have to kind of get used to that fact before you get there. It's not an island with a huge stretch of white, sandy beach. In fact, the actual "beach" part of the town is tiny. But I can tell you that most people I have brought there end up becoming addicted to it and want to go back after a one-day trip. There is just something very calming and healing about being there.

So if you like cute little seaside cottages and shops, water & boating activities, hiking, tours, beautiful tile and architecture, enjoying panoramic views and sea air, outdoor fun, or just relaxing, I think you'd have plenty to do over several days. This is not the same type of pace that you'd find in WDW or DLR, where we all feel like we have to do, do, do or go, go, go and hit everything on our lists. Catalina is more of a 'go at your own pace' kind of place, where there is LOTS to do if you seek it out, but you don't feel pressured to do a lot if you don't want to!

I think it is definitely, definitely worth a day trip or a 2 night stay for you if you can swing it. And if you stay longer, I think you'd have plenty to do.

The weather during the summer in Avalon is usually hot (in the 80's), but with a sea breeze. It can get cold at night by the water. Actually, when you rent a golf cart it can get a little chilly up in the hills. But it's still a bit cooler on Catalina than it is on the mainland, in Anaheim or Long Beach!
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I would also add to get your hotel for summer travel SOON!

I had to book a one-night stay in Avalon for DH and some other family members for the weekend after July 4 and availability was extremely limited as of last week, especially since we only needed one night (many places have minimum stays in high season). You may have better luck with smaller places that aren't on hotels dot com or the like.

I'm trying to restrain myself from going along this trip. Between the ferry cost and the activities while on Catalina I'd be spending more than my summer travel budget will support, especially considering the other travel plans we have for fall and the gas cost just to get us to SoCal.

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p.s. And Sherry, I think A Catalina superthread would be a nice idea, give people another idea of something to do in the area that isn't another amusement park. I haven't been there enough recently to be of much help, but don't think most people even think about Catalina in a SoCal visit.
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Thanks for all the info Sherry. I can hear the energy in your writing.
It's just ds14 and myself. I was telling him about it earlier and all he heard was zipline and golf cart - as in he'sI'm driving the golf cart.

The whole place sounds absolutely perfect. I'm from PEI which is an island on the east coast tho it grows potatoes instead of palm trees.

It sounds so much more relaxing than DL or San Fran. Now I have to figure out if it's doable and hope there's some reasonable priced flights, that's the biggest expense. Then the motel since there's only a few. I suppose we could always bring the tent for the one campground right by town. I'm not the energenic, walk up a mountain type of person.

Thanks again, I'll be checking in with more questions I'm sure.
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Thanks for all the info Sherry. I can hear the energy in your writing.
It's just ds14 and myself. I was telling him about it earlier and all he heard was zipline and golf cart - as in he'sI'm driving the golf cart.

The whole place sounds absolutely perfect. I'm from PEI which is an island on the east coast tho it grows potatoes instead of palm trees.

It sounds so much more relaxing than DL or San Fran. Now I have to figure out if it's doable and hope there's some reasonable priced flights, that's the biggest expense. Then the motel since there's only a few. I suppose we could always bring the tent for the one campground right by town. I'm not the energenic, walk up a mountain type of person.

Thanks again, I'll be checking in with more questions I'm sure.
You're very welcome!

When you were exploring the Catalina website, did you order a free Visitors Guide? They have an online version of it, but I personally enjoy the magazine version of it because I like to thumb through and flip pages! I think it's worthwhile to order that and have it handy to show your son.

There are actually a lot of places to stay in Avalon, but some of them are on flat ground and some are up hills. I've stayed in little apartments there (through Hunt Realtors, if I recall correctly), I've stayed in cottages (also through Hunt), I've stayed in the 'discount' hotels (Hermosa Hotel) and also other types of hotels (Hotel Catalina and Seaport Village Inn). But there are all types of places to stay at different price ranges. The Hotel St. Lauren is a really cute hotel but I'm not sure what they are charging these days.

I would order the free Visitors Guide and when it asks you when you plan to visit, choose whichever option is the closest one so they will hurry and get the Guide to you.

I think that, for a 14-year-old, when you first get to Avalon he will think it's small (the two is small) and may feel like he is not going to have fun (I'm trying to think like a 14-year-old!), but once he does the zip line and maybe tries some of the other outdoor activities available he will have a great time. (Make sure before you go that there is no age limit on the zip line - you don't want to get there and find out that your son is too young! There are lots of families that go to Avalon and do things, but there may be a random activity here or there that requires the people to be 18 and over.)

If you have your son drive the golf cart, be sure to do it away from the actual rental spot. If I recall, the drivers are supposed to be at least 18 (even though you can get a drivers license in California at 16). In other words, rent the golf cart and use your drivers license to show them (it doesn't matter which country the license comes from, as long as it's valid). Then drive the golf cart off, into the hills or somewhere desolate and then let your son take the wheel for a while.

It's definitely a different experience going to Catalina than it is to go to Disneyland. I love both places but I have to be in a different mind set to do each one. Disneyland is much more 'in your face' - where all the activities are right in front of you, and there is a definite need to get a certain amount of stuff done each day. Do, do, do and go, go, go! Yes, it is possibly to have more relaxing DLR trips but it's not the same at a relaxing day in Avalon. At Disneyland, there is a lot of sensory overload. In Catalina, at times it can be downright peaceful and quiet. There are lots of things to do but they definitely have to be sought out - they are not as in your face as the stuff at Disneyland is. I'm sure PHXscuba will agree with that assessment.

I have to see if I can try to round up some of our other recent Catalina visitors and/or fans (PrincessInOz and pixarmom are 2 who spring to mind immediately) and get them on this thread to offer their suggestions and insight for you as well. I think the more feedback you have, the better!

I totally agree wth PHXscuba in her tip about getting the hotel soon for a summer trip!

And PHXscuba - I think you've been to Avalon more recently than I was last there, so you may have more info to contribute to a superthread than you think!! I used to go there so often, and now it's been a while since I've been away. I have to get reacquainted with good ol' Catalina and what's over there now that all of these changes are happening! I can't wait to go for my birthday in July!
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I found the link to the Catalina portion of PrincessInOz's trip report from last year:

http://www.disboards.com/showpost.ph...35&postcount=6

She did mention - though I can't recall if it was in a different thread or a PM - that she hopes to go back to Catalina again at some point and actually stay over for a couple of nights. I think the one day (and not even a full day, really) that she spent last year wasn't enough to scratch the surface, but you will see that she took my suggestion and did the golf cart and the Semi-Sub tour! They would have done the Flying Fish tour too if it had been running, but it does not begin until June. I highly, highly recommend the Flying Fish tour. First of all, it's a nighttime boat ride - which is fun in and of itself. Second, the flying fish are cool!
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Thanks Sherry
I've ordered the guide & I'll read the post you linked.
It looks like enough stuff to do for a few days. My ds isn't that big of a DL fan to miss it. He prefers the hockey stores in the DL area to Disney itself.

Can't wait. I have to sort it all out obver the weekend to see if it's feasible.
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My DH and DS are the ones who have been spending the most time on Catalina lately. They were there for 3.5 days last summer on a Boy Scout/SCUBA trip and are going back for an overnight this summer with some other family members. I know DH took a bunch of pictures last summer, so if you get a thread going (maybe after your visit?) I could probably hunt down his photos.

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