Passage on ferry MALASPINA, Ketchikan - Juneau (Alaska Marine Highway System)
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Cabins and Tents on the Alaska Marine Highway
Sleeping aboard an Alaska ferry is an adventure unto itself. Learn more about cabins and other options for spending the night on Alaska Marine Highway vessels. #ferrycamping #oceanview #alaskaadventures #alaskamarinehighway #akferry #alaskastateferry #ferryalaska #exploremoreofak #travelalaska
Alaska Marine Highway Routes
The ferries of the Alaska Marine Highway travel 3,500 miles of scenic coastal waterways -- a transportation system so special it has been designated a National Scenic Byway and All-American Road. Learn more about the Marine Highway's unique routes. #southeastalaska #insidepassage #southcentralalaska #princewilliamsound #southwestalaska #aleutianislands #alaskamarinehighway #akferry #alaskastateferry #ferryalaska #exploremoreofak
Amenities aboard the Alaska Marine Highway
The Alaska Marine Highway isn't your ordinary ferry system. This video explains some of the amenities you'll find onboard the vessels, from naturalists to heated solariums. #onboardamenities #alaskamarinehighway #akferry #alaskastateferry #ferryalaska #exploremoreofak
Alaska Ferry System, Alaska Marine Highway, Juneau to Haines (Ferry Tour)
Alaska Ferry System, Alaska Marine Highway, Juneau to Haines (Ferry Tour)
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I recently took the ferry from Juneau to Haines in Alaska. I recorded a video of the boat and describes some of the surrounding areas. I showed the ferry food and tables.
To ride the ferry one way without a car it cost me $50. I then rented a car and drove to Anchorage for my flight home. I did lots of hiking, exploring and fishing before going home though.
I hope this video is helpful, thanks for watching!
DRIVE that RV onto a FERRY, and CRUISE Alaska's Inside Passage!!!
Come aboard, and take a full tour of the Malaspina, an AMHS ferry, as we travel from Prince Rupert to Juneau through Alaska’s Inside Passage. It’s not as luxurious as a cruise ship, but it was a lot of fun, and we got to take along our minivan and motorhome. (We’ll even show you the car deck where those were stored!)
Adventure Travel with the Alaska Marine Highway
Adventure begins with a trip on the Alaska Marine Highway. Bring a bicycle or a kayak and explore the backroads and scenic fjords along the route. #bikealaska #bikeonferry #bikingwithfriends
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Alaska Marine Highway- trip to Alaska
Patrick Fisher Project: Haines, Alaska to Juneau, Alaska via the Alaska Marine Highway
On Sunday, August 2, 2015 I took the Alaska Marine Highway ferry from Haines, Alaska to Juneau, Alaska. This is a video I made of the ferry ride.
All footage was obtained using a GoPro Hero 4 Black.
The music in the video is by a musician out of Erie, Pennsylvania that performs under the moniker Wayne Harding. The song is titled May You Walk in Peace and it is off his EP All That You Have Lost.
Inside Passage with the Alaska State Ferry
Because of mechanical problems, a three day trip turns into a 6 day trip, from Bellingham WA to Skagway AK, August 2015. A beautiful trip, nevertheless.
Moving to Alaska! Part 5 boarding the Ferry in Bellingham
We made it to the Washington coast! We arrived early, as every good traveler should and checked in. Plenty of time to grab some groceries for the voyage as well as try out a new place to eat. Seriously, go to the Soy house. The place has some killer food. Stay tuned for the next video where we finally get settled in our bunk room.
Alaska Marine Highway Song by Sam Pflaum
An entry to the 50th Anniversary Song Contest by Ketchikan resident Sam Pflaum.
Alaska Marine Highway
During our 11 day trip to southeast Alaska, we spent 3 days aboard ferries of the Alaska Marine Highway. 2 days camping out in a tent on the back deck of the Columbia and one night in a room on the Matanuska. Besides having amazing panoramic views and great accommodations, my favorite thing about the ferries was there routes would take you to places the cruise ships couldn't go, where you could stay for a couple of days before hoping on the next one. I felt it was a huge advantage for exploring and just getting to know an area. Music by: Golden Eels Deep End
Part 4 of 5: Tour of Juneau, Alaska with John & Jeff
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Alaska's Water Highways (1978)
Excerpt from Alaska Review 16. In this segment, Alaska Review reports on the status of the state-owned Alaska Marine Highway System, its vessels, passengers and employees. Interviewees include: Bill Hudson, director of the Alaska Marine Highway System; John Sund of Ketchikan; Captain Gary Cramer of the M/V Taku; Captain Herb Story of the M/V Columbia; Ken Beselin, chief engineer of the M/V Columbia; Greg O'Clary of the Inland Boatmen's Union (IBU); Pat Tarte of the Port of Bellingham; Jube Howe of the Port of Seattle; Mary Fabry of Ketchikan, travel agent; Erv Hagerup, chief mate of the M/V Taku; and Len Laurence (misspelled in title screen) of Ketchikan, travel agent. Report contains views of coastal Alaska communities, marine highway vessels, dock workers, passengers, and scenes aboard ferries. (Color/Sound/2-inch quad videotape).
Airing from 1976 to 1987, Alaska Review was the first statewide public affairs television program in Alaska. The show was designed to explore public policy issues confronting Alaska, and to assist citizens in making decisions about the future of their land. Produced by Independent Public Television, Inc., (IPTV), the series eventually consisted of 16 one-hour shows, 46 half-hour shows, and one three-hour special broadcast. Funded through the Alaska Humanities Forum and State of Alaska, the series won multiple awards for public service and educational programming. IPTV dissolved in 1988. Videotapes for all finished productions and raw footage were later moved to the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), where they became housed with the Alaska Film Archives, a unit of the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives department in the Rasmuson Library at UAF, shortly after the unit was founded in 1993. The Alaska Film Archives is currently seeking funding to preserve and digitize all of the original full interviews gathered in the making of the Alaska Review series. Copies of finished productions are also held by Alaska State Library Historical Collections in Juneau. For more information, please contact the Alaska Film Archives at University of Alaska Fairbanks.
This sequence contains excerpts from AAF-4961 from the Alaska Review collection held by the Alaska Film Archives, a unit of the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives Department in the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks. For more information please contact the Alaska Film Archives.
Day 11-13 - Alaskan Ferry
Alaska Marine Highway Ketchikan-Bellingham Washington
Alaska Marine Highway: Experience Alask's Marine Highway by ferry along more than 3,500 miles of scenic costal routes. Explore the 33 communities served by the ferry system, each with a different flavor of Alaskan indigenous and modern culture, fascinating history and great scenery. See whales, glaciers,rare birds, and sea lions from the deck of the Alaska State Ferry.
South East Alaska travel via Alaska Marine Highway and enjoy the photographic opportunities.
This video was taken along the inside passage of the Alaska Marine Highway. We traveled via the Alaska Ferry system to Ketchikan, Juneau, an then to Whittier. The trip is wonderful no matter what the time of year is since the wildlife changes with the seasons. Alaska Marine Highway
The Alaska Marine Highway has to be one of our favorite adventures and one we have done several times. It connects into the Alaska State highway system, and railways giving you plenty of adventure all along the way. The distance, territories, and place one can see will boggle the mind. This article is meant to be a guide, and a motivational piece to get you the reader out of your house or apartment and on an adventure that does not have to be high cost unless you want it to be. First, you must look into the Washington state ferry reservations from Bellingham Washington using the Alaska Marine Highway reservation system. The website will give some general idea on times, dates of sailings, and costs of doing so. Now keep in mind that the state of Alaska will raise the prices during the most active time of the year, and July – August will be the most expensive time. You can learn even more details of this adventure here at Here our main website has many of our Alaska trips and worldwide adventures.
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The Malaspina was built in 1963 for the Alaska Marine Highway System. It holds 88 vehicles and 499 passengers. She has 46 four-berth cabins and 26 two-berth state rooms. During the off-season times she works the Bellingham to Skagway run, making stops in Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Juneau, Sitka (southbound trips only,) and Haines along the way. During the summer months she is replaced b the larger Columbia and moves up to doing day trips from Juneau to Haines and Skagway and back.
Enjoy the tour!
Juneau AK Cruise Ships
07/02/09 looking East.