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Checking in for boarding the Alaska Ferry
When you arrive at the terminal you will need to go inside and check in. At that time you will be asked for your name and your Booking Number and Code. Your reservation will then be located in the Alaska Marine Highway's main reservation system. You may also be able to print your boarding passes from your itinerary at home or from a Kiosk in the Terminal.

Please have your identification ready and at that time you will be given boarding instructions. The ticketing agent will print your boarding pass at that time.

Please follow the Check-in time noted on your confirmed Itinerary as some ports may change in season.

Failure to check-in by the appointed time could result in cancellation of your reservation.

Bellingham / Whittier (Cross Gulf)
3 hours (vehicle)   2 hours (passenger)

Ketchikan / Juneau
2 hours (vehicle)   1 hour (passenger)

Haines / Skagway
2 hours (Vehicle summer) 1 hour (passenger) 1 hour (Vehicle WInter)

South East Ports
Wrangell, Petersburg, Kake, Hoonah, Gustavus, Angoon, Sitka)  –  1 hour (vehicle) 1 hour (passenger)

Kodiak / Whittier (Prince William Sound)
2 hours (vehicle) 1 hour (passenger)

Prince William Sound Ports
Valdez, Cordova, Yakutat - 1 hour (vehicle) 1 hour (passenger)

Aleutian Chain Ports
1 hour (passenger) 1 hour (Vehicle WInter)
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