It's quiet on the docks in Ketchikan. In this Southeast Alaska town that depends on cruise ships to make ends meet, that's worrisome.
Patti Mackey is the head of the Ketchikan Visitors Bureau. Any other May, she said, these docks would be abuzz.
"There would be several thousand people in Ketchikan at the same time getting ready to see the town — and spend their money," Mackey said.