Alaska Marine Highway
The Alaska Marine Highway is a state operated ferry system that provides the area with convenient intercity transportation. The ferries of the Alaska Marine Highway travel a route so special it has been designated a National Scenic Byway and All-American Road. Bring a car, RV or motorcycle and explore more than a dozen communities in Southeast Alaska that are not accessible by road.
They have nine traditional ferries and two fast ferries that provide residents and visitors with an opportunity to experience the scenery, wildlife, and warm hospitality of 35 ports between Bellingham, Washington and Unalaska/Dutch Harbor on the Aleutian Chain. The Ferry system, provides transportation over a 3500-mile coastline in a setting that is unequalled in scenic splendor. All routes within the Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) are, collectively, a National Scenic Byway.
All vessels carry passengers and vehicles and have lounges and observation areas. Food may be purchased on board and most vessels offer cabin accommodations.
Stopovers are permitted at any port of call.
Southeast (Inside Passage): Ports of Call include; Juneau, Haines, Skagway, Sitka, Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Gustavus, Hoonah, Pelican, Kake, Yakutat.
Cross-Gulf: MV Kennicott provides service from Bellingham, WA, to key Southeast communities and then cross-gulf to Whittier and Kodiak.
Southcentral/Prince William Sound: The Southcentral ferries travel through Prince William Sound and into the Gulf of Alaska and Lower Cook Inlet. Ports of call include: Valdez, Cordova, Whittier, Home, Seldovia, Tatitlek.
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