Fairbanksans showed up in force for the Alaska Railroad Centennial kickoff celebration at a special First Friday event at the Fairbanks Railroad Depot.
Skagway’s largest tour company, and only railroad, plans to return to Canada this year for the first time since 2019. Here’s a look at what that means for people in Skagway and Canada’s Yukon Territory.
The Juneau Chamber of Commerce luncheon returned after the holiday break with its first speaker of the New Year, Lani Downs, Senior Director of Community Relations and Public Affairs for Cruise Lines International Association Alaska (CLIA).
Sustainability. It’s more than a buzz word for Alaska’s cruise and seafood industries. It’s a movement – a system that is interconnected with mutual respect so important to us it’s mandated by our state constitution. In Alaska, we brag about our sustainable, wild seafood, and the culture of respect that is uniquely Alaska.
The new cruise dock and terminal facility in Whittier is now underway, with a planned opening in 2024 for three popular cruise lines.…
Three cruise ships that visited Southeast Alaska this summer received awards for reporting whale sightings as part of a federal program.
The city of Juneau has signed an agreement with the major cruise lines that visit Alaska's capital city that is based on recommendations from a local tourism task force.
On Thursday morning around 10 a.m. the Holland America Cruise cruise line ship Nieuw Amsterdam docked a the port. This is the first cruise ship that has stopped in Anchorage since the COVID-19 pandemic and will be the only ship seen this season according to Visit Anchorage Community Engagement Director Jack Bonney.