Glacier Bay Cruise Ship 1998 Prospectus Administrative Record
Glacier Bay Cruise Ship Prospectus (1,130 KB .pdf)
The following documents constitute the primary administrative record of decision for allocation of cruise ship entries under the solicitation for cruise ship services issued February 19, 1998 (Cruise Ship Prospectus) and are available for downloading. Please note that there may be additional records related to this topic available under the Freedom of Information Act. Please contact the Glacier Bay Concessions Office (David Nemeth, e-mail us, Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve, P.O. Box 140, Gustavus, AK 99826, (907) 697-2624) for additional information.
Cruise Ship Prospectus (2000-2004 years) (2.1 MB .pdf)
Proposal: These are the proposals (offers) submitted in response to the prospectus, minus materials marked not-for-release by the offeror, materials generally available to the public (brochures, books, annual reports, etc.), pollution minimization plans, videos, and attachments which duplicated information in the body of the proposal. Some of these materials would be available on request.
Evaluations Documents: These are the primary record of evaluation for each proposal, prepared by the NPS.
Did You Know?
Mt. Fairweather is the tallest peak in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. With an abundance of moist air from the Gulf of Alaska colliding with this high coastal peak, Mt. Fairweather is also one of the snowiest places on Earth.