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Zip line tours to restart at Eaglecrest in late June
It remained out of commission for the past three years.
Cruise ships projected to be closer to capacity this season
Last year ships were about 74% full, industry official says 90% projected for 1st quarter 2023.
Leaders: Record cruise tourism, limits both possible
City may see record number of tourists next year, but residents want cap on ships, businesses told.
Final cruise ship of 2022 leaves Juneau
Capital city says farewell to its last ship of the season
City, cruise lines agree on goals to manage tourism impacts
The list includes communication on scheduling, less landfill waste and a focus on local businesses
Mid-season passenger numbers at roughly two-thirds capacity
There’s about the same number of hulls, but less passengers aboard than pre-pandemic.
Cruise ships are coming to Klawock
Tourist dies near Mendenhall Glacier
The death is not considered suspicious.
Protesters call for more enforcement of environmental regulations aboard ships
As cruise ships return, some residents remain wary.
2022 cruise season begins
Visitors and Juneau locals alike were excited for the arrival.
Modest welcome and big hopes for 1st cruise ship of the season
City officials predicting near-normal season, but many uncertainties linger
DIPAC to reopen doors to public
Put it there, chum.
Princess puts plans for ’contactless’ MedallionPay system on hold in Alaska
Businesses and municipal officials bristle at proposed no-contact system.
Cruise ships are returning to Juneau, will seasonal workers?
Businesses cite disruption, housing in challenging hiring market.
Huna Totem and Doyon announce new joint venture
Their aims are the promotion of sustainable, cultural tourism in transportation, lodging, and tour opportunities.
Dunleavy proposes grant for Alaska tourism effort
Proposal part of upcoming budget.
Grant process leaves city high and dry, but electrification plans still on deck
When will their ship come in?
Tourism survey yields ‘remarkable,’ ‘interesting’ data
Questionnaire shows little movement in public opinion despite visitor surge
After steep decline, transportation numbers are slowly taking off again
Passengers are coming back by boat, plane and bus, but not yet at pre-pandemic numbers.
They’re back: Large cruise ships return to Southeast Alaska
Juneau’s first large cruise ship since start of the pandemic arrived today.