Smaller Cruise Lines Plan Southeast Voyages as Case Count Rises - Juneau Empire
By Peter Segall
Tuesday, June 23, 2020 8:00am
Smaller cruise ship companies are planning socially distanced trips for Southeast Alaska even as COVID-19 cases in the region are on the rise.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shut down most of the tourist season in Southeast Alaska, but some companies are still planning limited voyages for the latter part of the summer. Most of the larger cruise lines have canceled their seasons entirely, but smaller cruise lines are trying to work with local municipalities to find a balance between public health and economics.