Gone until next summer

 

October 11, 2023 | View PDF

Cyni Crary

The last cruise ship of the season, the 650-foot Seabourn Odyssey, as seen from the Nolan Center, tied up at the City Dock on Sunday, Oct. 8. Wrangell was on the itinerary for more than 130 cruise visits this summer, ranging from 40-passenger Alaska tour boats to several ships with capacity to carry hundreds of guests each, such as the Odyssey with room for 450 passengers. If all of the ships had been full, the traffic would have totaled more than 28,000 visitors, about one-third more than the pre-COVID summer of 2019.

The last cruise ship of the season, the 650-foot Seabourn Odyssey, as seen from the Nolan Center, tied up at the City Dock on Sunday, Oct. 8. Wrangell was on the itinerary for more than 130 cruise visits this summer, ranging from 40-passenger Alaska tour boats to several ships with capacity to carry hundreds of guests each, such as the Odyssey with room for 450 passengers. If all of the ships had been full, the traffic would have totaled more than 28,000 visitors, about one-third more than the pre-COVID summer of 2019.

 

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