July 1, 2018
To contact one of our friendly Agents if you have a question or want to book a reservation, just give us a call or send us an email! The Hollis Terminal can be reached by calling 866-308-4848 or 907-530-4848 or by emailing [email protected]. The Ketchikan Terminal can be reached by calling 907-225-4848 or by emailing [email protected] or [email protected]
Welcome the IFA’s New Website!
June 1, 2018
Welcome to the IFA’s new Website! To make your experience with the IFA more enjoyable, we have upgraded our Website to be mobile friendly for Online customers and to be more informative for all of our travelers! The IFA is pleased to offer you quick access to our up-to-date travel information, local weather conditions and new online booking system! Welcome Aboard!
Parking Expansion Project 2018
April 1, 2018
Southeast Road Builders was awarded the job to expand the public parking lot located in Hollis at Clark Bay on Prince of Wales. The expansion will benefit both IFA and float plane customers. The job’s expected completion date is June 30, 2018. While work is being performed, some parking areas are closed off completely and the open spaces are limited to 3 days maximum and vehicles will be towed at owner’s expense if left longer. Contact SE Road Builders at 907-755-2258 for more information.
Update August 3, 2018: Parking is available but SE Road Builders recommends filling out sign-in sheet and leaving keys at IFA Terminal if parking vehicle in long term parking areas.
Explore Local Destinations
Coffman Cove is 78 miles from the Hollis Terminal traveling on a newly paved highway. With a population of approximately 200, Coffman Cove hosts a state-owned seaplane float, boat harbor and launch, RV Park, cabin rentals, guided fishing tours, and famous oyster sales. Learn more.
Thorne Bay is located 59 miles from the Hollis Terminal. Once the world’s largest logging camp, Thorne Bay now has a population of 434. A paved highway gives you a beautiful scenic tour toward fishing and tourist charters. Learn more.
Ketchikan is located on Revillagigedo Island and is considered Alaska’s First City, since it is the first one you arrive at when traveling north from the lower 48 states. Also known as the Salmon Capital of the World, Ketchikan is located in the Tongass National Forest and close to Misty Fjords National Monument. Learn more.
Hollis is 34 miles by sea from Ketchikan and the home port for the Inter-island Ferry Authority vessel with a convenient terminal for travelers. With a population of approximately 150, Hollis has a community recreation area on the Harris River with a half-mile boardwalk and foot trail through the forest. Learn more.
Hydaburg is 32 miles from the Hollis terminal and has a population of approximately 400. Populated in the 1700s by the Haida people, Hydaburg’s community relies on their culture and still continues a close relationship to the land and sea. Learn more.
Klawock is 25 miles from the Hollis terminal and has a population of about 850. Klawock’s name comes from Kloo-wah, a Tlingit Native from Moira Sound. Kloo-wah’s clan used Klawock for a summer fish camp and later moved there permanently. Learn more.
Craig was founded in the late 1800s and incorporated in 1922. The population varies winter to summer, and in winter approximately numbers 1,100 people. A fish saltery was built on Fish Egg Island in 1907 by Craig Millar, who the town adopted their name from. Learn more.
Prince of Wales Island
Find the Prince of Wales visitors’ guide here.