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Repairs to Pier 3 are being carried out by Turnagain Marine Construction (Photo: CLIA Alaska)

Ketchikan pier due to be repaired by July 5

Repairs are progressing at Ketchikan, Alaska's Berth 3, damaged on June 3 when Celebrity Infinity attempted to dock in high winds. The work began June 7 and the pier is contractually required to be useable no later than July 5.

Anchorage-based Turnagain Marine Construction was awarded the emergency repairs in the amount of $928,580.

Meanwhile, cruise ships have been using Ketchikan's three other piers or tendering passengers to the vicinity of Berth 3.

According to CLIA Alaska, between June 3 and July 5, 35 calls were booked for Berth 3, including scheduled tenders to that pier.

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