Silver Star Limousine and Airport Service
We provide limo and airport transportation to and from Newport Beach, California. Call for a quote to check our
prices if you are interested in renting one of our limos out of Newport Beach, California. Silver Star Limousine
and Airport Service of Huntington Beach, Ca provide luxury transportation in Orange County Southern
California. Whether you are going to  have a night out, bar mitzvahs, Laker Games,Sight seeing,Wine tastings,
Funerals, Anniversaries, Proms, Winter Formals, Airport pick up and drop offs, Corporate accounts Christmas
Parties, Wedding getaways, Doctor appointments, Mobile business meetings, Staples Center, LAX,
Bachelorette or Bachelor parties, school dances, John Wayne Airport, club hopping,Birthday Celebrations,
Quiceaneras, prom night, Graduation Parties, Concerts, Corporate events, Company parties, Weddings,
Bodas, Surprise parties, Sweet 16 parties, Fundraisers, Business Meetings, Las Vegas Trips, San Pedro
Cruise Ships, vacation tours, or any occasion or any type of transportation you may desire throughout Orange
County and Los Angeles County. Try our new Chrysler 300 Limo. A Beautiful exotic stretch limousine.  We also
have Lincoln limos and limousines, the Lincoln Town Car, the Lincoln Navigator, H2 Hummer limos and
Limousines, Cadilac Escalade Limos and Limousines, Chrysler 300 Limos and Limousine. Call us now, we
provide the best service out there in Orange County. We value your business and understand your demands
as a customer. We want to make your experience with Silver Star Limousine and Airport Service a night to
remember. Service is first. We are familiar with the freeways in southern california, and   can safely take your
and your party to any event in southern california. Sit back and enjoy a ride in one of our luxury limousines.

History Of Newport Beach , California
When Captain Samuel S. Dunnells successfully steered his 105-ton river steamer Vaquero through upper
Newport Bay in 1870, James and Robert McFadden rushed from Northern California by stagecoach to mark the
inaugural voyage.Dunnells’ trip cast new light on the bay, which many had said was too treacherous for travel.
But the principal landowners in the area – the McFadden brothers and James Irvine – thought they had
something after Dunnells’ trip. A “new port,” they mused, and the name stuck, according to the Newport Beach
Historical Society.More than 100 years later, Newport Beach’s harbor is crowded with pleasure, fishing and tour
boats, and its streets are busy with shoppers browsing at Fashion Island mall, tourists enjoying Balboa bars on
Balboa Island and surfers tackling The Wedge or other hot spots along the city’s 6.2 miles of beaches.Newport
wasn’t always such a desirable place. In the mid-1800s, the state of California sold parts of Harbor, Balboa and
Lido islands for $1 an acre as “swamp and overflow land,” according to the Newport Beach Historical
Society.The McFaddens saw something else. In 1888, they decided their shipping business would be more
successful if they moved it from the inner shores of the bay to the oceanfront, where they could build a wharf.
McFadden Wharf soon became the largest business in newly created Orange County, according the the
historical society.In August 1906, residents in the booming bay town voted to incorporate. The vote was 42-12
to become the city of Newport Beach. Back then, bay front houses sold for as little as $500. Today, the median
price of homes in Newport Beach is approximately $545,000.