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Skagway celebrates life of Mayor Carlson

There was a celebration of life for the late Monica Carlson where residents came and paid their respects.

Categories: May 2019 V. 2

CLIA takes lead on sustainability

CLIA Chair Adam Goldstein discussed the cruise industry’s commitment to sustainability in keynote speeches to The Economist’s 2019 World Ocean Summit in Abu Dhabi, and at ITB, the world’s leading travel trade show in Berlin.

Categories: May 2019 V. 1

2019 cruise season begins in Juneau under beautiful weather

Sunday saw the first of many cruise ships coming to Juneau this year as the Ruby Princess docked just south of downtown -- with about 3,200 passengers aboard -- according to Princess Line's Kirby Day.

Categories: News

CLIA launches campaign to personalize the industry

"We’re really trying to tell the whole story of cruise, and we think that story is so well told by the larger cruise community,” said Kelly Craighead.

Categories: May 2019 V. 1

Study Reveals LNG Cuts GHG Emissions by 21%

A study revealed that Greenhouse Gas reductions of up to 21 percent are now achievable from LNG as a marine fuel.

Categories: May 2019 V. 2

Study finds scrubbers work well

Carnival Corporation has installed scrubbers on more than 70 ships in its fleet, including those that operate in Alaska.

Categories: May 2019 V. 1

ATIA announces Marketing Committee members

he Alaska Travel Industry Association (ATIA) has named its new marketing committee.

Categories: May 2019 V. 1

CLIA Alaska, Juneau amicably settle long-running lawsuit

Juneau and Cruise Lines International Association Alaska have reached an agreement that will end long-running litigation over how a $5 head tax and $3 per passenger port development fee are spent.

Categories: April 2019

Statement regarding settlement reached with CBJ on the passenger fee lawsuit

(JUNEAU, AK, MARCH 14, 2019) – We are pleased to reach resolution with the CBJ and appreciate the considerable efforts by the Mayor, Assembly and City Manager toward what is a very positive outcome.  The agreement achieves our goal of…

Categories: Legal Action

Juneau, cruise industry reach tentative agreement on passenger fees

By: KTOO The City and Borough of Juneau has reached an agreement with an industry group representing cruise companies over the way it spends money collected from cruise ship passengers. The tentative agreement brings an end to almost three years…

Categories: Legal Action