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“I do not trust these corporations one iota,” says one attendee; others see signs of hope.
Documentary and talk slated for Friday at UAS; Saturday afternoon screening at Gold Town Theater.
In 6-3 informal vote, members ask tourism director for reduction strategy for 2026 and beyond.
1.65 million passengers representing 101% of ship capacity visited Juneau, preliminary figures show.
Limiting number of boats, speeds and “whale sighting guaranteed” marketing among recommendations
Online websites still touting troubled tour operator, while consumer agencies hold little power.
Longtime local tour boat company’s last purchase was Feb. 1.
Recently, Juneau resident Jennifer Pemberton penned an Anchorage Daily News op-ed describing a cruise that she took in August when she was required to pay… Continue reading
Appeal process can take anywhere from six to nine months before a decision is made, attorney says.
U.S. Coast Guard report also raises questions about agency’s handling of incident
A state judge has ordered a tourist shop outside Denali National Park to stop selling products labeled as “made in Alaska” after the state of… Continue reading
Last-minute cancellations without refunds, according to complaints
Final OK of multiyear process may occur this fall, replace existing capacity limits with new policy
Local operators and industry officials create committee to address impacts, potential limits.
Last year during the summer of 2022 I wanted to visit a few small towns in Alaska with the ferry. Air service to Gustavus was… Continue reading
It’s a federal crime to sell art that is falsely marketed as created by an Alaska Native or tribal member.
It remained out of commission for the past three years.
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.
Capital city says farewell to its last ship of the season