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Inter-Island Ferry Authority in a sentence

1. The Inter-Island Ferry Authority also serves as an important marine link for many communities in the Prince of Wales Island region of Southeast and works in concert with the Alaska Marine Highway.

2. and secondarily by the Prince of Wales Island-based Inter-Island Ferry Authority, which provides the only scheduled passenger and auto ferry service to the island.

3. The Inter-Island Ferry Authority serves Ketchikan with daily service from its homeport in Hollis on Prince of Wales Island.

4. On March 12, 2009, the Inter-Island Ferry Authority announced that ferry service to Coffman Cove would be suspended for the remainder of 2009.

5. Inter-Island Ferry Authority provides regularly scheduled year-round ferry service between Ketchikan and Hollis located on the Eastern coast of Prince of Wales island.

6. The Inter-Island Ferry Authority's central offices are located in Klawock.

7. Saturday runs of the Inter-Island Ferry Authority's M/V Stikine.

8. The second was the new Inter-Island Ferry Authority.

9. Historically, the Alaska Marine Highway (AMHS) intermittently served the port of Hollis, until the Inter-Island Ferry Authority began regular scheduled service.

10. The Inter-Island Ferry Authority (IFA) provides daily service on a three-hour, 36-mile route between Prince of Wales Island and Ketchikan.

11. The Inter-Island Ferry Authority's ship M/V Prince of Wales suffered a major propulsion system failure while her sister ship M/V Stikine was already in the shipyard for repairs.

12. In a similar manner, Inter-Island Ferry Authority ships have provided service to Annette Island when Lituya was under repair.

13. The Inter-Island Ferry Authority (IFA) is a ferry service in the U.S. state of Alaska with its headquarters in Hollis, Alaska on Prince of Wales Island.

14. The Inter-Island Ferry Authority was created in 1997 by the Prince of Wales Island communities of Klawock, Craig, Thorne Bay, Coffman Cove in addition to the communities of Petersburg and Wrangell.

15. The Inter-Island Ferry Authority owns two vessels: As of 2013, the IFA offers daily, round-trip service between Hollis, on Prince of Wales Island, and Ketchikan.

16. M/V Prince of Wales is a ferry operated by the Inter-Island Ferry Authority.

17. In 1997 six Southeast Alaska communities banded together to form the Inter-Island Ferry Authority.

18. Based on this design, Inter-Island Ferry Authority requested bids for the construction of its first ship with an option to purchase the second ship in its plan.

19. Inter-Island Ferry Authority's second ship MV Stikine was launched in 2006 to support the northern route during summers.

20. In 2012 Inter-Island Ferry Authority considered selling the ship to save money, but this was never executed.

21. M/V Stikine is a ferry operated by the Inter-Island Ferry Authority.

22. In 1997 six Southeast Alaska communities banded together to form the Inter-Island Ferry Authority.

23. With the help of substantial federal and state investments, the Inter-Island Ferry Authority built M/V Prince of Wales and launched service between Hollis and Ketchikan on January 13, 2002.

24. With this successful experience, Inter-Island Ferry Authority was able to gain funding for a ship for the northern route, Stikine.

25. Contracts between Inter-Island Ferry Authority and Dakota Creek Industries were signed on December 13, 2004.

26. During the winter, Inter-Island Ferry Authority made use of its two ships to maintain service on the southern route during maintenance periods.

27. Inter-Island Ferry Authority experimented with various traffic-building promotions, without success.

28. The Alaska Marine Highway System and the Inter-Island Ferry Authority provide each other with back-up capacity when their ships require maintenance.

29. In a similar manner, Inter-Island Ferry Authority ships have provided service to Annette Island when Lituya was under repair.

30. The Inter-Island Ferry Authority also serves as an important marine link for many communities in the Prince of Wales Island region of Southeast and works in concert with the Alaska Marine Highway.