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Alaska will feel the effects.
Trying to stay afloat.
The ship has been cleaned and the crew has been changed.
Projections show more tourists coming next year.
The money from the program could go elsewhere under this new proposal.
Complaints about cruise ship emissions and violations are both on track for year-over-year decreases, according to numbers from the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation. As… Continue reading
This ship even has its own brand of gin.
The hope is for commerce and culture to coexist.
The judge’s ruling is up to interpretation.
Ruling provides clarity on how money should be spent.
There are still questions about specifics in the ruling.
The lawsuit between the city and the cruise industry won’t be resolved any time soon.
Each year over a million visitors travel to Alaska on cruise ships, which are essentially floating resorts. As you’d expect from any resort, they generate… Continue reading
It’s the highest number of violations handed out in all but four years.
As exhaust emissions poured from the Norwegian Pearl’s exhaust stack, so too did complaints to the Department of Environmental Conservation.
A teenager visiting Alaska on a cruise ship last week had the measles, health officials say, prompting concern that passengers may spread the rarely-seen virus… Continue reading
A second megaship will bring cruise ship passangers to Alaska starting next spring. The 3,883-passenger, 1,094-foot Norwegian Joy will reposition from China to Seattle for… Continue reading
Complaints over cruise ship emissions are rising, according to the Department of Environmental Conservation, partly due to excessive blue haze from cruise ship exhaust stacks.… Continue reading
Adventure cruise company UnCruise Adventures will spend as much as three quarters of million dollars to expand the spring tourism season.