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Alaska cruise ship dock permit issued; construction to begin

KETCHIKAN — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has issued a permit for a cruise ship dock in southeast Alaska, but the dock’s opening date is unclear, agency officials said. The permit was issued Tuesday for the 1,300-foot (400 metre), two-berth cruise ship dock in Ward Cove, about 300 miles (480 kilometres) south of Juneau, […]
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Seabourn heads back to Alaska & B.C. in 2020 with new voyages

Seabourn is gearing up for its return to Alaska and British Columbia in 2020 with several new itineraries, including a series or shorter seven-day voyages.
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Carnival Cruise Line to increase capacity in Alaska in 2021

Carnival Cruise Line is ramping up its presence in Alaska in 2021 with week-long voyages onboard the Carnival Freedom.
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Cunard adds 3 more Alaska sailings from Victoria, B.C.

Cunard has announced three additional sailings from Victoria, B.C. roundtrip to Alaska for 2020.
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Alaska air carrier suspends operations after 2nd crash

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – An Alaska air carrier involved in two deadly floatplane crashes in a week has voluntarily suspended operations, federal officials said Tuesday.
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Another year of Alaska cruising for Windstar Cruises

Tomorrow marks the launch of Windstar Cruises’ second consecutive Alaska cruise season, which runs from May 22 through Sept. 12 and includes the award-winning Signature Expeditions program.
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37 year old B.C. woman among six killed in Alaska floatplane crash

A 37-year-old woman from Richmond, B.C., has been identified as the Canadian killed when two sightseeing floatplanes crashed midair in Alaska earlier this week.
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One Canadian among four killed in floatplane crash in Alaska

Global Affairs Canada has confirmed one Canadian is among the four dead in a midair crash involving sightseeing planes in Alaska.
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Princess launches 50th season in Alaska + new limited-time sale

It’s a golden year for Princess Cruises, which just launched its 50th year sailing in Alaska with the arrival of Ruby Princess in Ketchikan and Juneau this past weekend.
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Norwegian Joy sets sail on preview cruises ahead of May 4 debut

On the heels of a US$50+ million renovation to make it almost identical to Norwegian Bliss, sister ship Norwegian Joy has set sail on the first of two inaugural preview cruises before its first official sailing out of Seattle to Alaska on May 4.
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