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Carnival Increases Alaska Capacity with Freedom in 2021

Carnival Cruise Line will sail the Carnival Freedom in Alaska in 2021, operating week-long voyages from Seattle. Starting in April, 2021, the Freedom will join the Carnival Miracle, which will operate 10- and 11-day Glacier Route cruises in Alaska from San Francisco beginning in May 2021.

Categories: News

Cruise Town: Coming this November

For the people who live in Juneau, there’s a lot to love. It’s a small cosmopolitan capital city with a backdrop of almost-cliche scenery. We see whales and orca from our front porches and mountain goats and glaciers out the back. There are salmon swimming through town — bringing the bears with them.

Categories: News

CLIA Alaska President to return to family business

CLIA Alaska President John Binkley is stepping down to return to his family business.

Categories: August 2019

Sustainability on land and sea, CLIA Alaska’s priorities

CLIA Alaska President John Binkley reiterated the industry's commitment to sustainability at a May RDC breakfast.

Categories: June 2019

Sustainability is a business imperative

No industry has a stronger interest in protecting the pristine waters, amazing scenery and the Alaska communities we visit than cruise.

Categories: June 2019

Norwegian, Huna Totem break ground on new pier at Icy Strait

Executives from Norwegian Cruise Line broke ground on a second cruise pier at Icy Strait Point,

Categories: June 2019

Visitor industry expected to add 200 jobs in Anchorage

Cruise visitors are driving industry growth in Anchorage.

Categories: June 2019

Park visitation tops 2.9 million in 2018

Visitation to national parks in Alaska exceeded 2.9 million visits for 2018, the highest number of visits ever recorded.

Categories: June 2019

Wings Airways welcomes new investors

Juneau-based Wings Airways announced the establishment of a new ownership group.

Categories: June 2019

Alaska welcomes a queen

Alaska greeted the first Cunard ship in more than 20 years. The Queen Elizabeth docked in Kodiak and Anchorage.

Categories: May 2019 V. 2