Bogoslof Island is one of the Aleutian Islands (Alaska USA) located in Bering Sea and formed as summit of a stratovolcano, rising about 1,8 km (1,1 ml) from the seabed. The island is located approx 56 km (35 ml) northwest of Unalaska Island.
Bogoslof Island is uninhabited and covers an area of approx 1,3 km2 (0,5 ml2). Its highest elevation point is 150 m (490 ft). Most of the island was formed by volcanic eruptions starting in early 20th century. The island is a breeding ground for seals, sea lions and seabirds (gulls, tufted puffins, guillemots, red-legged kittiwakes).
Included in the Bogoslof Wilderness, Bogoslof and Fire Island are also part of Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. In December 2016, on Bogoslof Island were recorded numerous short and frequent lava eruptions producing ash clouds and changing the island's geography and size. Island's northeast beach was fractured into 3 new islands.
The island continued to grow (tripled in size) and in January 2017 merged the 3 smaller isles again into a single circular island with a central vent. A major eruption (with short explosive pulses) occurred on February 19-20, 2017, producing up to 7,6 km (4,7 ml) high ash clouds.
Port Bogoslof Island 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 Bogoslof 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.
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