Alaska Marine Highway System
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Coronavirus ferry travel advice
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You can use Ferrysavers to book an Alaska Marine Highway System ferry crossing around Alaska. All Alaska Marine Highway System are equipped with modern facilities and stylish interiors.
You can book ferries to Bellingham, Ketchikan, Haines, Skagway, Juneau, Prince Rupert, Wrangell, Petersburg and more with Alaska Marine Highway System.
About Alaska Marine Highway System
The Alaska Marine Highway System was found in 1963 and has been operating year-round since. The company owns eleven vessels, with additional ferries being planned. The Alaska Marine Highway System route provides regularly scheduled passengers and vehicles services to over 30 communities in Alaska, many of which are not easily accessible via the road system or not accessible at all.
The southern gateway cities of Bellingham, Washington, and Prince Rupert, British Columbia provide important links between Alaska and the "Lower 48." The mission of the Alaska Marine Highway System is to provide safe, reliable, and efficient transportation of people, goods, and vehicles among Alaska communities, Canada, and the "Lower 48," while providing opportunities to develop and maintain a reasonable standard of living and high quality of life, including social, education, and health needs.
Passengers traveling without vehicles must check in 2 hours prior to departure in Bellingham, and Juneau and 1 hour prior to departure at all other ports.
Alaska Marine Highway System Routes
11 Oct 2016Good trip
Saved driving miles and there were some good views from the deck. Would recommend.
Review by Anon