The move chips away at some of the last remaining big-ship cruises on Southeast Alaska’s schedule.
On Twitter, the company addressed Alaska politicians: “We are hopeful that through the support of the Alaska delegation and openness of mayors of Alaska port towns, we have the potential to resume voyages in September.”
What happens if a megaship loses power? The Coast Guard recently met with the cruise industry looking for answers.
Tour operators and seasonal businesses are busy getting ready for the anticipated 1.3 million passengers expected to arrive over the next five months.
The four-day trip between Vancouver, British Columbia, and Los Angeles will be the Norwegian Joy’s inaugural U.S. voyage. But some Assembly members questioned the company’s motives at Monday’s meeting.