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Air Travel

Highway Travel

Rail Travel

Passenger Ship Travel

Cruise travel
Almost a dozen cruise lines serve Alaska waters. Most cruise passengers see the Inside Passage -- the route along the islands stretching north from British Columbia past Ketchikan and Juneau and on to Haines and Skagway. Cruise liners commonly call at Glacier Bay National Park and Sitka as well.

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Weeklong cruises may be either round trip or one way. The round-trip cruises start and end in such ports as Vancouver or Seattle. The one-way trips start at a southern port and usually end in Southcentral Alaska at either Seward or Whittier, near Anchorage (or they make that trip in reverse). Passengers may extend their vacation by arranging rail or car trips before or after their cruise.

Ferry travel
The Alaska ferries carry many passengers -- with or without vehicles -- between many cities and villages on the Gulf of Alaska and Inside Passage.

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The ferry system, known officially as the Alaska Marine Highway System, also connects year-round with Prince Rupert, British Columbia, and Bellingham, Wash., an hour's drive north of Seattle.

A common journey has passengers boarding in Bellingham and going as far as Haines or Skagway, where they drive off the ferry and onto highways that connect with the Alaska Highway.

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