American Cruise Lines Ships

American Cruise Lines have a large and expanding fleet of ships that are designed to get you into rivers and inland waterways of the East, Northwest and Alaska, where large cruise ships could never go. Check out the ships and their cruises below!

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The America Glory offers discerning travelers the most unique and modern style of small ship cruising. Each unique and off-the-beaten path port visited gives guests a glimpse into the cultural heritage that is the fabric of our great nation. The country-club atmosphere onboard allows guests to relax, and enjoy the company of fellow travelers who share their interests in American history and culture. The spacious public lounges and observation decks are frequented by guests who wish to mingle with friends new and old.
 
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A small ship cruise on the modern American Spirit is for the traveler who pursues the exceptional. Uniquely designed to navigate the inland waterways of the magnificent East Coast, the American Spirit brings passengers to some of the most fascinating places in America. In the intimate atmosphere onboard, guests find that fellow travelers share their passion for these historic places, and often become fast friends. It’s easy to relax and feel comfortable in the huge public spaces onboard.

 

 

 

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The American Star entered service in June 2007. Similar to the American Spirit, it will offer guests the same unique style of cruising that has become our hallmark. From charming small towns to gracious southern ports, the American Star will bring guests to places of historic interest and magnificent beauty. Onboard, each guest will be able to unwind in the friendly and accommodating atmosphere created by our staffamerican star deck plan april 2014 American Cruise Lines Ships

 

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We are proud to introduce the Independence, the newest addition to the fleet. While the passenger capacity will be the same as the American Star and American Spirit, the size of the ship will be larger, enabling the interior areas, including the staterooms and balconies to be even more spacious and deluxe. The Independence will also be fully stabilized, with Rolls Royce stabilizers, allowing us to reach even more fascinating destinations in smooth comfort.

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Cruises on the The Queen of the West

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The 230-foot Queen is propelled by a three-story-high churning paddlewheel. But unlike earlier paddlewheelers, the Queen of the West doesn’t rely on a steam engine. Instead, it is powered by a revolutionary hydraulic propulsion system that uses environmentally safe biodegradable hydraulic oil. The 45-foot-long bow ramp allows passengers to go ashore anywhere along the river, much as the 19th-century vessels did. Launched in 1995, the Queen of the West is the first overnight passenger sternwheeler to be built and operated in the West in 80 years.

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The first brand new overnight sternwheeler built for the Mississippi in nearly 20 years, Queen of the Mississippi will be the grandest ever boasting over sized staterooms larger than those of all former Mississippi riverboats, private balconies and all of the amenities today’s travelers expect.

Click here to Watch a video of the Queen of the Mississippi under construction

This new paddlewheeler will recreate the grandeur of past riverboats while possessing the latest safety, environmental and construction technologies. The ship will have the look of a traditional riverboat along with more amenities, a faster speed, and an unmatched level of comfort. Features include six unique lounges, a library, an elegant dining salon, elevator service to all decks, and exceptionally large staterooms.

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The Queen of the Mississippi is a historically accurate riverboat carrying only 150 passengers.  Designed to navigate America’s inland waterways and rivers, she will dock in the heart of each port, taking you where larger ships could never go.  Comfortable lounges and large observation decks are the perfect place for guests to relax and enjoy the company of fellow travelers who share their interest in American heritage. Glass enclosed dining salons provide an amazing, panoramic view to passing scenery.  The spacious staterooms feature large opening picture windows and roomy baths; many also have private balconies.

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Owner’s Suite stateroom aboard The Queen of the Mississippi

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The new Mississippi River Paddlewheeler from American Cruise Lines is nearing completion and is scheduled to begin cruising in Spring 2015. Built specifically to cruise the Mississippi River, the American Eagle will provide spacious accommodations for up to 150 guests as she navigates the historic Mississippi River.

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Amenities & Features: 

• Year Built: 2015
• Passenger Capacity: 150
• Spacious staterooms with floor to ceiling sliding glass doors and private balconies
• Complimentary Room Service
• Grand Dining Room comfortably seats all passengers at the same time
• Top Deck Café – Beverages, snacks, pastries available throughout the day
• Elevators to all decks
• Exercise area and putting green
• All of the latest navigation and safety equipment
• Authentic Paddlewheel
• Six spacious lounges

 

Staterooms

Welcome aboard the newest and grandest paddlewheeler on the Mississippi River. This luxurious new ship features over-sized staterooms with private balconies and amenities typically reserved for the finest hotels.

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Additional Amenities Include:

• Exceptionally Largest and spacious staterooms
• Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors to private balconies
• All interior entrances mean that every stateroom has a private view
• In room phones for complimentary room service and breakfast served on your private balcony
• Complimentary Wi-Fi in all staterooms
• Satellite TV and DVD player in all staterooms
• Gourmet coffee brewers in all staterooms

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