Tagged: Juneau

Following positive COVID tests, small cruise ship’s unvaccinated crew to quarantine on board vessel in Juneau

Unvaccinated crew members on board a small cruise ship will quarantine on the ship for 10 days after arriving in Juneau, the city announced. The “American Constellation”, an American Cruise Lines ship, left Petersburg Friday afternoon and is expected to arrive in Juneau early Saturday morning, City and Borough of Juneau said in a news release. (juneauempire.com)

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)

Juneau: Last cruise ship of the season leaves Wednesday

The last cruise ship of the season will set sail from Juneau at 10 p.m. on Wednesday. The Cruise Line Agencies of Alaska’s calender for 2019 shows that Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Jewel will be the only ship to visit Juneau Wednesday, and the last until next spring. (juneauempire.com)

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‘We were hoping for a local buyer’: Land sold to cruise line, but what they’ll build remains a mystery

Norwegian Cruise Lines paid $20 million for a plot of land on Juneau’s downtown waterfront last week, but what they intend to do with it remains unknown. The announcement of the sale only happened Monday, with Norwegian spending $7 million more than the next highest bidder, Royal Caribbean, in the sealed bid process. (juneauempire.com)

Ketchikan’s mayor, manager take free cruise to Los Angeles

Norwegian Joy departs Seattle, May 2019 (Courtesy Norwegian Cruise Line)Ketchikan’s mayor and city manager accepted a free cruise to Los Angeles, which they said allowed them to continue talks with those in the private sector as Ketchikan looks to expands cruise ship berths. Mayor Bob Sivertsen and City Manager Karl Amylon were among officials from several West Coast port towns invited to take part in the inaugural U.S. voyage last weekend of the Norwegian Joy from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Los Angeles. (miamiherald.com)

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