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Here’s what to expect the second week of the season.
Last year ships were about 74% full, industry official says 90% projected for 1st quarter 2023.
City may see record number of tourists next year, but residents want cap on ships, businesses told.
Residents and local business have until Jan. 2 to submit ideas to the city.
Respondents generally report positive impact, but shine light on some challenges.
Capital city says farewell to its last ship of the season
New Royal Caribbean leader hosts meet-and-greet with Juneau tourism leaders as end of season nears
The list includes communication on scheduling, less landfill waste and a focus on local businesses
The plan for developing the land is still on track.
Coast Guard suspends search efforts
Politicians and industry officials lauded the move.
There’s about the same number of hulls, but less passengers aboard than pre-pandemic.
Here’s what to expect this week.
It spent over a day in Juneau after striking ice.
It’s heading to Seattle for repairs.
Government, industry officials in Seattle, Canda and Juneau set goal of net-zero emmisions by 2050.
The ship, due to arrive here Saturday, experienced an outbreak enroute from Miami to Seattle.
As cruise ships return, some residents remain wary.
Visitors and Juneau locals alike were excited for the arrival.
City officials predicting near-normal season, but many uncertainties linger