Novygen cruises will build a new docking facility in Whittier, Alaska

2022-05-16 0 By

Novygen Cruise Holdings announced Wednesday that it has signed a memorandum of agreement with Alaska Native Company Huna Totem to build a new cruise terminal and highland facility in Whittier.Whittier is just an hour and a half from Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city.After the completion of the terminal, novygen Cruise Holdings’ three brands, Novygen Cruises, Oceanic Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, will also have new berths here.The project also includes road and rail links to the docks, making it easier for visitors to travel to Alaska’s most beautiful part of the Prince William Sound, with faster access to Portage Glacier, College Fjord and the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel.Details of the agreement have not been made public, nor have dates for the start and end of the project, but it is likely to include amenities such as local retail stores and restaurants.It is reported that this is the second cooperation between Novjan Cruise Holdings and Huna Totem.The two sides already jointly built a cruise terminal at Icy Strait Point, near Alaska’s capital, Juneau.The Norvijn Timeless made its first port call here on August 7, 2021.