American Cruise Lines
About American Cruise Lines
American Cruise Lines offers unique river boat cruises providing an experience that larger cruise ships cannot offer. American Cruise Line's small ship cruises take you up close and personal to the wildlife and landscapes that surround you. The small size of their ships encourages a camaraderie among guests and crew that creates a wonderful cruise experience. American Cruise Line ships are unique and the largest ship carries just 140 guests. The staterooms are spacious and all have large picture windows or balconies to view the ever changing scenery of charming towns and amazing scenery.
Each stateroom has a flat screen television with DVD player, a hairdryer, individual climate control in each cabin as well as wireless internet access throughout the entire ship. The comfortable lounges on these small ship cruises are a wonderful place to meet other guests, share stories with each other and enjoy the view from the large panoramic windows.
First-class dining is always on the menu on an American Cruise Lines ship. Their chefs have extensive credentials from some of the finest culinary institutes. Dining is an informal affair served in a glass enclosed restaurant where all guests have a panoramic view. The attire is resort casual and guests can sit where they wish and with whom they wish. The menus reflect many of the regional specialties using the finest local ingredients. The American staff offers friendly and exceptional service for a memorable and relaxing cruise vacation.
What is most unique about American Cruise Lines are the destinations they visit and the opportunity that guests have to become truly immersed in their surroundings. Cruising on America's rivers and inland waterways is a wonderful way to learn about America's history and culture as well as about the different wildlife and ecosystems that make the areas so enriching. Expert lecturers, including historians, biologists, and naturalists, all offer enlightening perspectives in an informal setting onboard as well as guiding guests onshore sharing some of America's favorite treasures and best-kept secrets. Enjoy the fall foliage on a Hudson River Cruise or the wonderful southern plantations on a Mississippi River Cruise.
American Cruise Lines small ships visit many unique destinations and unique ports including New England, the historic south, the Columbia and Snake Rivers, the Maine coast, Chesapeake Bay, the Mississippi River, The Hudson River, New England, the Mid-Atlantic and East Coast inland passages, the rivers of Florida and Alaska. They offer over 35 itineraries ranging from 6 to 14 days.
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American Cruise Line Highlights
American Cruise Lines are one of the few to offer a cruise experience on many of America's rivers and waterways. River boat cruises allow guests to explore the legendary rivers that many that helped shape the birth of the United States.
Wildlife and Local Beauty
A cruise on American Cruise Lines brings nature and wildlife to the forefront. The wildlife is as diverse as the rivers that you cruise on. Cruises on the Chesapeake Bay, the inland waterways of the south, the Mississippi River delta, the Hudson River and New England, the Columbia River and Alaska all boast a different variety of landscapes and wildlife that are sure to amaze adventurers young and old.
Small Ship Cruise Experience
American Cruise Lines river ships accommodate a maximum of 140 guests. The small size of these ships allows the crew to provide exemplary, personalized service in an intimate, relaxed and casual atmosphere. Onboard many friendships are formed as guests and crew mingle and share their adventures.
American History and Culture
Rivers were once the highways of historic America. A journey on an American Cruise Line ship allows guests to experience all of the cities and towns that were built as the country expanded and to learn about the history and culture that makes the United States what it is today.