Petersburg (Mitkof Island, Alaska)

Cruise Port schedule, map, terminals, news

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Region
Alaska

Local Time
22:34 26 Jul 2017

Coordinates
56.80917 N, -132.97650 W

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Petersburg is a small port town and the only settlement on Mitkof Island (Southeast Alaska). Petersburg Borough was created in 2013, encompassing both Petersburg and Kupreanof (on Kupreanof Island) - plus vast areas (mostly uninhabited) that stretch to the border with Canada and to the southern boundary of the Juneau Borough. The town has population of around 3,000.

Petersburg (Mitkof Island, Alaska) cruise port

Petersburg AK is located on the island's north end, where Wrangell Narrows and Frederick Sound meet. Petersburg is also located almost halfway between Juneau AK (at 190 km / 120 ml to the north) and Ketchikan AK (at 180 km / 110 ml to the south). In 2015 Petersburg had a population of 3,180 people on a total area of 119.2 km2 (46 ml2).

Private yachts and small cruise ships (accommodating up to 250 passengers) visit Petersburg from May through September. It has a high-quality tourist experience, with few of the tourist peaks or crowds experienced by the neighboring Sitka, Ketchikan or Juneau communities. This is partially by design and a result of the natural difficulty of landing big ships in Petersburg and traveling through treacherous waters at Wrangell Narrows, south of town.

In 2011, Seth Morrison together with a host of famous skiers filmed their unusual experiences helicopter skiing in the mountains located near Petersburg. Another well-kept secret in the area is sport fishing.


Highlights: Little Norway, Valhalla replica Viking ship, Le Conte Glacier

Petersburg cruise terminal

Cruise ships to Mitkof Island dock (anchor) at Petersburg - port town on the northern coast. Normally, larger liners tie up and refuel at the Petro Marine dock, or anchor near Petersburg.

Petersburg Alaska cruise ship terminal

For the first time in 2017, some of the cruise vessels docked to the outside of Petersburg;s new drive down dock. This dock is used by local fishing boats, but is fairly unoccupied in the mid-week.

The Petersburg cruise port map is interactive. It shows the port's exact location, along with the real-time cruise ship traffic (if any) in its vicinity - today, and right now. By zooming-out you can see other cruise ship ports located near Petersburg, Mitkof Island, Alaska.

If you lose the Petersburg location on the map, simply reload the page (also with F5 button). This feature is integrated with the CruiseMapper's cruise ship tracker tracking the vessels' current positions at sea and in ports.

Port Petersburg cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Petersburg, Mitkof Island, Alaska. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

Day Ships in port
Saturday
1 July, 2017
National Geographic Sea Lion(arriving at 01 Jul - departing at 01 Jul)
Tuesday
4 July, 2017
National Geographic Quest(arriving at 04 Jul - departing at 04 Jul)
Wednesday
5 July, 2017
National Geographic Sea Lion(arriving at 05 Jul - departing at 05 Jul)
Friday
7 July, 2017
American Spirit(arriving at 07 Jul - departing at 07 Jul)
Friday
14 July, 2017
American Spirit(arriving at 14 Jul - departing at 14 Jul)
National Geographic Quest(arriving at 14 Jul - departing at 14 Jul)
Saturday
15 July, 2017
National Geographic Sea Lion(arriving at 15 Jul - departing at 15 Jul)
Tuesday
18 July, 2017
National Geographic Quest(arriving at 18 Jul - departing at 18 Jul)
Wednesday
19 July, 2017
National Geographic Sea Lion(arriving at 19 Jul - departing at 19 Jul)
Friday
21 July, 2017
American Spirit(arriving at 21 Jul - departing at 21 Jul)
Wednesday
26 July, 2017
MS Bremen(arriving at 26 Jul - departing at 26 Jul)
Friday
28 July, 2017
American Spirit(arriving at 28 Jul - departing at 28 Jul)
National Geographic Quest(arriving at 28 Jul - departing at 28 Jul)
Saturday
29 July, 2017
National Geographic Sea Lion(arriving at 29 Jul - departing at 29 Jul)
2017 July