Visiting Ships

LA Fleet Week® provides an opportunity for the local community and region to learn more about the mission and operations of the U.S. Sea Services.

During LA Fleet Week® 2018, the U.S. Navy will offer a limited number of ship tours that provide you with a glimpse into the day-to-day life aboard an active military vessel, and the opportunity to see military equipment and demonstrations up close, and in some cases, even hands-on.

The following ships participated in LA Fleet Week® 2017:

USS ANCHORAGE (LPD-23)
“We Leave Nothing to Chance”

USS ANCHORAGE

USS ANCHORAGE is a San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock, is the second ship of the United States Navy to be the namesake of the city of Anchorage, Alaska.


USS DEWEY (DDG-105)
“The Will to Fight from the Heart”

USS DEWEY

USS DEWEY is an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer in the United States Navy. Dewey is the third Navy ship named after Admiral of the Navy George Dewey, hero of the Battle of Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War.


USS SCOUT (MCM-8)
“Pathfinders – We lead the way”

USS SCOUT

USS SCOUT is the eighth ship in the Avenger-class of mine countermeasure ships, commissioned by the U.S. Navy on December 15, 1990.


USCGC CUTTER ACTIVE (WMEC-618)
“Li’l Tough Guy”

USCGC ACTIVE

Making its second appearance at LA Fleet Week®, Coast Guard Cutter ACTIVE is the eighth Coast Guard vessel to bear its proud name. A Reliance-class cutter, she was officially commissioned by the U.S. Coast Guard on September 17, 1966.


HMCS OTTAWA (FFH 341)
“Ocean Beaver”

HMCS OTTAWA is a Royal Canadian Navy Halifax-class frigate. Ottawa is named for Canada’s national capital, the City of Ottawa, and is the twelfth and final ship of the Halifax class that were built as part of the Canadian Patrol Frigate Project.

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