The Cordova Times
Established in 1914, The Cordova Times is proud to be Prince William Sound’s oldest newspaper. Tribally owned since April 2016, the Native Village of Eyak publishes The Cordova Times print edition weekly on Fridays and serves digital readers with news seven days a week.
Based in the coastal fishing community of Cordova, Alaska, our news spans thousands of miles, reaching nearly every village across the state. Our readers enjoy a balance of statewide and local news, breaking news, in-depth fisheries reports, arts and festivals, and small-town features that speak to the heart.
In fall of 2016 the Native Village of Eyak purchased the Prince William Sound Marina. This for-profit business allows NVE to help provide additional storage services for the community. The travel lift allows for boats to be pulled out and launched from the premise, but also allows boats to be left in the slings for things like maintenance. Boats and trailers up to 45’ can be pulled out and blocked for storage. There are a variety of locker sizes in outbuildings that can be rented by the month.
The Native Village of Eyak purchased an LCM8 Landing Craft, the Eyak One, to provide Marine Transport Services in Alaska. The Eyak One is a 76 foot landing craft with a 41 foot deck, a 40 ton capacity and two deck cranes capable of lifting 8,000 pounds. Download the Eyak One flyer.
The Eyak One is available to provide the following services:
- Freight Expediting PWS, SE, Cook Inlet, Aleutian Peninsula
- Offshore Drilling with a 5-point anchoring system
- Site Mob/Demobilization of equipment and materials
- Remote environmental waste transport
- Remote construction staging platform or support vessel
- Commercial Fishing Services –100kw, 75t RSW, 4 fish tanks