Stock Photo - The M/V Kennicott docked at the Sitka Terminal. Sitka, Alaska, USA. The Alaska Marine Highway System operates along the south-central coast of the state, the eastern Aleutian Islands and the Inside Passage of Alaska and British Columbia, Canada. Ferries serve communities in Southeast Alaska that have no road access, and the vessels can transport people, freight, and vehicles. AMHS´s 3, 500 miles (5, 600 km) of routes go as far south as Bellingham, Washington in the contiguous United States and as far west as Unalaska/Dutch Harbor, with a total of 32 terminals throughout Alaska, British Columbia, and Washington. It is part of the National Highway System and receives federal highway funding. It is also a form of transportation of vehicles between the state and the contiguous United States, going through Canada but not requiring international customs and immigration. . Photography by Jeffrey Wickett, NorthLight Photography. https:/northlight. blog/.

Stock Photo: The M/V Kennicott docked at the Sitka Terminal. Sitka, Alaska, USA. The Alaska Marine Highway System operates along the south-central coast of the state.

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