Point Vicente Lighthouse

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California United States
33° 44' 30.12'', -118° 24' 36.01''
Point Vicente Lighthouse
Point Vicente Lighthouse
Point Vicente Lighthouse
Point Vicente Lighthouse
Point Vicente Lighthouse
Partly cloudy starting tonight.
74℉WNW at 3 knots
High01:05AM3.378ft
Low04:46AM3.050ft
High10:59AM4.697ft
Low06:51PM0.572ft
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About


Introduction:

Just north of Long Point, and 13 miles of Long Beach, Point Vicente stands only second to Palos Verdes as the westernmost point in Los Angeles.

History:

A fairly new lighthouse in the scheme of things, Point Vicente’s lighthouse was completed in 1926. The USCG automated the light in 1971.

Navigating in and Around the Lighthouse:

Use NOAA Chart 18740.

Characteristics: Flashing white light (twice) every 20 seconds 185 feet above the San Pedro Channel. Horn during periods of reduced visibility.

Local Notices to Mariners:

Local Notices to Mariners are available online from the U.S. Coast Guard.

Tour Schedule:

The lighthouse is located on a Unites States Coast Guard base and it is usually closed off to visitors.


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