More Visits to Isolated Alaska

Monday, October 19, 2009

According to an October 18 report from the San Francisco Chronicle, this past summer a 644-ft-long residential cruise ship with condos costing several million dollars apiece anchored in Nome, Alaska for a two-day visit. Four other cruise ships also docked in Nome recently in a trend toward more vessel visits to the remote town.

(Source: San Francisco Chronicle)

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