Alaska will see an additional 35,000 cruise visitors in 2017, breaking an all-time record and slightly increasing Alaska’s global market share, CLIA Alaska announced.
Fifty-five percent of Alaska’s visitors last summer came aboard a cruise ship, where they had an experience of a lifetime.
The Senate Labor and Commerce Committee has decided to hold over the interim the so-called “Travel Alaska Act” until 2018.
The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority recognized two cruise lines – Disney and Princess –for their voluntary efforts to reduce air emissions in the Port of Vancouver.
A draft of the state’s new, five-year, economic-development strategy calls for increasing cruise ship visits by 10 percent.
Tlingit culture and the local Native corporation have been strong contributors to tourism’s recent growth in Hoonah.
Ketchikan broke a record May 19. With this new accomplishment, it sets up the opportunity to break it again and do even better.
Construction officially started on Norwegian Cruise Line’s next mega-ship, Norwegian Bliss, when the keel-laying ceremony took place at the MEYER WERFT shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
There’s a secret hidden in many of the place names of Alaska, invisible to those who speak no Russian.Scattered across the state’s landscape are traces of the Russian explorers’ opinions of the terrain, inserted into the place names and the lingo of today’s Alaskans. It can be difficult to trace…