Getting Around

Navigating Alaska’s Inside Passage

Large, traditional ferries operated by AMHS are, safe, comfortable and offer dining options, private cabins and expansive observation decks.

Cabins, with single or double bunks and private bathroom facilities, are available on most ships and vary in price according to size and location. For those cabins that do not include a private bath, public bathrooms and shower facilities are also available on most vessels.

Trying to save a few dollars during your Alaska vacation? Inside recliner lounges and the covered solarium on the upper deck offer less expensive sleeping options. Just be sure to bring a sleeping bag. For the more adventurous, small tents are allowed on the upper decks, where you can enjoy camping under the Alaska sky.

Most vessels, with the exception of the MV Lituya, offer food and beverage services. If your travel plans include a four-legged companion, please visit the “pets section” of the AMHS website.

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The Southeast Alaska Tourism Council is a cooperative marketing organization whose members represent the convention and visitors bureaus of Alaska’s Inside Passage.