Alaska Statutes.
Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 11. Licensing
Section 255. Destination Resort License.
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AS 04.11.255. Destination Resort License.

(a) A destination resort license authorizes the holder to sell alcoholic beverages at a destination resort for consumption on the licensed premises in conjunction with the visitor activities provided by the licensee to cruise ship passengers and staff and other visitors while the cruise ship is in port at this resort. A destination resort license may not be transferred.

(b) The biennial fee for a destination resort license is $1,250.

(c) For purposes of this section, the term "destination resort" means a business that owns a site of at least 20 acres that is used principally as a destination for cruise ships and other vessels that carry a minimum of 50 passengers and that does not provide overnight lodging on its premises for visitors.


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