Icy Strait Point is a private cruise ship destination located on a remote island in the archipelago of Southeast Alaska. Located a mile and a half
from Hoonah (pop. 765), the only way to get here is by small plane or ferry, or your own private plane or watercraft. It is quiet, laid back, and
simply one of the most stunningly beautiful places in the world.
Built as a salmon cannery in 1912, Icy Strait Point had several incarnations before being restored by a local Native corporation into a private cruise
ship destination. It requires approximately 130 team members in a wide variety of jobs from tour guides, to ZipRider operators, to waitstaff, to
operate our site; therefore we are in full operation only when there is a ship in port (83 visits from mid-May to late-September). Some positions
work on non-call days but primarily our work week is 4 days per week, some days longer than others.
We offer numerous tours and excursions such as whale watching, kayaking, wildlife search, zip lining, cultural theater performances, fishing, walking
tours, etc. Additionally, we have three food and beverage venues and 12 retail shops. We are a one-day destination and do not offer overnight lodging.
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