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Bon Voyage 2023

Once again Alaska was the nation’s premiere cruise destination, attracting a record 1.64 million cruise visitors in 2023 who spent $2.44 billion in the state,…

En Route to 2024

This coming season looks more like a repeat of last year, tempered by single-digit growth, somewhere in the 3% to 4% range.

Working Together for a Sustainable Future

As part of their overarching sustainability focus, cruise lines have committed to not discharging untreated sewage anywhere in the world, during normal operations.

Destination Stewardship

Tourism Best Management Practices started in Juneau in 1997 and has since expanded to Ketchikan, Skagway, Wrangell and Haines. The program establishes neighborhood-specific guidelines to…

Making Tourism Work for Juneau

Twenty-six years ago, Princess Cruises shore operations director and Juneau resident, Kirby Day, did something so basic, and yet often overlooked in any community —…

Premier Alaska: Offering More Than Coach Rides

Tim Worthen and Peter Grunwaldt, who co-own Premier Alaska Tours, were featured in Alaska Business Magazine as two new inductees into the Alaska Business Hall…

Now Closed Until 2026

By midsummer in 2026, visitors will likely be traveling over a sophisticated new bridge that clears a geologic hazard that has become a poster child…

The Faces Behind CLIA Alaska

Renée Limoge Reeve is the Vice President of Government and Community Relations for Cruise Lines International Association Alaska.