The last cruise ship of the season came through Juneau in mid-September, ending a season which begins in May each year. Throughout the summer there were typically three or four large cruise ships at the docks or at anchor in Juneau's harbor.
From Alaska Port Reviews.
Rough preliminary estimates from the industry suggest the number of passengers touring to Alaska were up by about 40,000 from last year, bringing the total close to 1,000,000 for the season:
Year to year percentage increases have been declining through time:
The Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Alaska, Anchorage, has released a useful report on the Southeast Alaska economy, with a section on the cruise industry: The Regional Economy of Southeast Alaska. Most cruise passengers are coming to Southeast.