General information

United States of America
Local time:
Moored Vessels:
Expected Vessels:
N 55° 21' W 131° 40'

Moored Vessels

Passenger Ship
02.10. 20:38
Passenger Ship
19.01. 02:18
Passenger Ship
21.01. 23:42
Passenger Ship
08.10. 19:45
26.07. 00:21
Passenger Ship
16.01. 20:21
Fishing Vessel
04.07. 18:53
Fishing Vessel
10.10. 00:18
Fishing Vessel
11.12. 20:30
Fishing Vessel
28.01. 23:20

Expected Vessels

30.01. 19:00

Sailed Vessels

Passenger Ship
28.01. 16:35
Passenger Ship
28.01. 13:05
Passenger Ship
28.01. 01:40

Latest news

City to start negotiating Berth 4 expansion for larger ships

Sun Aug 20 07:42:31 CEST 2017 arnekiel

The Ketchikan City Council voted Thursday to start negotiations with Ketchikan Dock Co. on ways to reconfigure Berth 4 of the downtown dock to accommodate larger ships. Ketchikan Dock Co. leases Berth 4 from the city. That berth would be the easiest and least expensive of the city’s four cruise ship berths to expand, according to a study the city commissioned. There were some concerns about expanding it, though. Some local business owners were worried about how the project might affect their waterfront properties.

Cruise ships return to Ketchikan dock damaged in June collision

Sun Jul 03 14:30:29 CEST 2016 arnekiel

Substantial repair work for Berth 3 at the port of Ketchikan was finished Tuesday afternoon — almost one week ahead of schedule — and the facility was able to receive cruise ships Wednesday. The Celebrity Infinity was being docked just before 2 p.m. June 3, when it scraped along part of the berth, damaging breasting dolphins and catwalks and puncturing the ship's hull above the waterline. Ketchikan City Manager Karl Amylo awarded a $928,580 repair contract June 7 to Anchorage-based Turnagain Marine Construction. The contract had a July 5 completion deadline.

Carnival cancels 15 port calls in Ketchikan

Sun Apr 20 11:04:11 CEST 2014 arnekiel

Ketchikan will have about 30,000 fewer cruise ship passengers this summer after technical issues will prompt one line to cancel 15 port calls. The Carnival Cruise Lines ship Miracle had 20 port calls scheduled this summer, the Ketchikan Daily News reported. But the ship has a technical issue that will lower its top speed from 21 knots to anywhere between 18 to 20 knots. The Miracle will make port calls in Ketchikan as originally planned on May 4, May 11, May 18, Sept. 7 and Sept. 16, according to the Ketchikan Visitors Bureau. But 15 other port calls between May 25-Aug. 31 have been canceled. The Miracle carries 2,124 passengers, according to the visitors bureau, and was expected to bring 42,480 passengers to Ketchikan. That number has been cut to 10,620 with the 15 canceled port calls. Officials have adjusted the total projected number of cruise visitors to Ketchikan this year to 850,377, down from 882,237.

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