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7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2016
Kodiak is a nice small town, easy to walk around. They had good souvenir and other shops. There was a good craft show in the Tribal Council Hall.
Kodiak is a nice small town, easy to walk around. They had good souvenir and other shops. There was a good craft show in the Tribal Council Hall. Read Less
13 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2016
You have to see the WWII Liberty ship. Easy walk to all the museums and Russian Church.
You have to see the WWII Liberty ship. Easy walk to all the museums and Russian Church. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2016
Took the bus into town and walked around. Visited the Baronof Museum, the Forest Service Center, the Orthodox Church and the Inuit Museum.
Took the bus into town and walked around. Visited the Baronof Museum, the Forest Service Center, the Orthodox Church and the Inuit Museum. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2016
The tour we wanted was full, so we walked the town. Good museum and churches to see. I think this is an "up and coming" port and they should offer more tours because it is gorgeous.
The tour we wanted was full, so we walked the town. Good museum and churches to see. I think this is an "up and coming" port and they should offer more tours because it is gorgeous. Read Less
13 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2016
Kodiak wasn't the most exciting stop and we were w a little tired, so walking to churches and the crowded wildlife center weren't the highlights for us. The fact that there was a McDonalds we could walk to put a spring in my ... Read More
Kodiak wasn't the most exciting stop and we were w a little tired, so walking to churches and the crowded wildlife center weren't the highlights for us. The fact that there was a McDonalds we could walk to put a spring in my kids' step. We lived without wifi or decent coffee for long enough, so it was a nice stop for many of the cruise passengers, albeit not exotic in any way other than the Big Mac was called the Denali Mac and cost $6.50. We chose to walk back to the ship, as did dozens of others. It was a really nice walk, just under 1 mile and fairly flat if you took the right path. It sure beat standing in line for the school bus transportation and was probably faster too. It was also a good way to see some of the places the locals worked and shopped. The sail away from the island was great. We saw so many great animals in the water from the ship without paying for an excursion. Read Less

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