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Alaskan Dream Cruises Launches Summer Season Deals

Alaskan Dream Cruises - Chichagof DreamAlaskan Dream Cruises is offering several promotional deals for this summer, the company has said in a statement. The native Alaskan company also launched an initiative to support the local communities by offering ‘Support the Port’ gift vouchers to passengers. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Princess Cruises Reveals 2021 Alaska Cruises and Cruisetours

Princess Cruises - AlaskaPrincess announced its 2021 Alaska season with eight ships calling to 17 destinations on 11 unique itineraries from five homeports on sale now. Also included in the 2021 season are 25 cruisetour options which combine a 7-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise with multiple days on land, scenic rail travel and overnight stays at Princess Wilderness Lodges. (more…)

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Juneau Empire Live: Cruise Ship Capacity

John McConnochie, of Cycle Alaska, speaks about the cruise industry in Juneau during a panel discussion with Drew Green, Port Manager at Cruise Line Agencies, and Mike Tibbles, of Cruise Lines International Association, at the Juneau Chamber of Commerce’s weekly luncheon at the Moose Lodge on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019. (juneauempire.com)



Cruise boom brings more business to Sitka but strains some local attractions

An Holland America ship at Halibut Point Marine - Sitka, Alaska  (Courtesy Halibut Point Marine Services LLC - CLIA)This year was a big year for cruise ship tourism in Sitka. The town saw a huge increase in passenger visits, and in May it hosted the largest cruise ship currently operating in Alaska waters. While some in the tourist industry welcome the extra business, the large crowds did create challenges for some local attractions. (alaskapublic.org)

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Alaska Railroad seeks to overhaul Seward cruise terminal

The Alaska Railroad is looking for a partner to help it update and expand its cruise ship facilities in Seward in order to meet ever-increasing demand in the state’s tourism industry. Railroad officials issued a request for qualifications, or RFQ, on Sept. 16 to start the process of searching for a project developer for what is estimated to be an approximately $60 million to $70 million undertaking. (sfchronicle.com)

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