2022 Alaska Ocean Leadership Award Recipients

Ward Cove Dock Group and Norwegian Cruise Line will jointly receive the Stewardship and Sustainability Award. This award is sponsored by Jason Brune, and honors an industry leader that demonstrates the highest commitment to sustainability of ocean resources. The Mill at Ward Cove is a partnership between Ward Cove Dock Group, LLC and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. that has built a two-berth, floating cruise ship dock and corresponding Welcome Center and Passenger Transit Facility in Ward Cove, near Ketchikan. When the Ketchikan Pulp Mill closed, Ward Cove was found to be contaminated with fuels, paints, and heavy metals as well as large quantities of sunken longs which affected the health of all local marine life.

2021 Southeast Alaska Business of the Year

The Southeast Alaska Community of the Year for 2021 is Haines Alaska. Haines has exemplified community resilience over the past year, coming together in the wake of natural disaster, pandemic disaster, closed borders, food and supply shortages, lack of transportation, and economic disaster.

First cruise ships dock at Ward Cove

Ketchikan has a new dock in town — well, outside of town. The first cruise ships to tie up at the two-berth Mill at Ward Cove arrived this month. That marks a milestone for the project to revitalize the former pulp mill site.

NCLH’s new Ward Cove cruise pier has environmental chops

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings said its newly developed double ship pier at Ward Cove, outside Ketchikan, transformed a superfund site into a sustainable, environmentally friendly facility.

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