MV Hubbard

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The MV Hubbard is named after the Hubbard Glacier is a tidewater glacier located of the coast of Yakutat in the Gulf of Alaska. The vessel was designed by Elliott Bay Design Group of Seattle, Washington and constructed at Vigor Shipyard in Ketchikan, Alaska. The MV Hubbard is the second Alaska Marine Highway ferry built in Alaska, along with its sister ship the MV Tazlina. The MV Hubbard is currently still under construction and is scheduled to enter service as a day boat in Prince William Sound in the summer of 2020, providing service to the communities of Whittier, Cordova and Valdez.

A Side View of the <em>MV Hubbard</em>

The MV Hubbard is 280 feet long, seats up to 300 passengers and carries 53 standard vehicles. The MV Hubbard's onboard amenities include observation lounges with comfortable chairs, a covered heated solarium, a cafeteria-style restaurant, a children's play area and a quiet room. Click on the image to start a slideshow of all deck plans on the MV Hubbard or view our Vessel Information Table for more statistical information.