Grand Puget Sound

Puget Sound has become one of America’s most popular cruising destinations, with its beautiful mountains, smooth waters, and abundant wildlife. This extra long itinerary offers you the time to take in more of the region, and enjoy amazing sights, sounds, smells and tastes! In La Conner, enjoy a smoked salmon tasting, featuring my favorite food on this planet: smoked salmon chowder! Head up to the beautiful vistas in Olympic National Park in spring to see the mountain meadows covered in wildflowers. As you cruise the Sound, watch for whales, seals and eagles.

Cruise Details

Clock11 Days & 10 Nights

Double Occupancy from $6,470 pp/do*

Single Occupancyfrom $8,035 pp

CalendarSeptember 22, 2018 | October 2, 2018 | November 1, 2018 | May 9, 2019 | May 19, 2019 | May 29, 2019
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September 21, 2019 | October 1, 2019

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*Per person/double occupancy. Special single rates apply where listed. Excludes port fees.

Your Itinerary

    1Embark in Seattle, WA
    Welcome aboard the American Constellation!

    2Olympia, WA
    Olympia is Washington’s state capital, and you can visit the Capitol building today! Or take a walking tour of the city from the Westside to Downtown.

    3Tacoma, WA
    Tacoma is a city committed to the arts. The Museum District is home to six world class museums, including the Glass Museum, the Washington State History Museum, and LeMay – America’s Car Museum.

    4Cruising the San Juan Islands

    5Anacortes, WA
    Anacortes is much warmer than its neighbors, so you can make the most of your time here. Saunter over to Deception Pass State Park, one of the most photographed locations in Washington State. This park’s miles of scenic shoreline, serene trails, and abundant wildlife make this a rewarding destination for all visitors. You could also choose to explore Deception Pass by Jet Boat, listening to stories of the region while watching for bald eagle nests, Deception Island, and the Old Prison Rock Quarry. Or head over to La Conner for the SeaBear Smoked Salmon tasting, including their San Juan Sliders and smoked salmon chowder.

    6Friday Harbor, WA
    From the moment you step off of the ship your senses will electrify from the intoxicating aromas and majestic views of Friday Harbor. Take a step back in time and experience island life as it was over a century ago by visiting the San Juan Historical Museum. Or take a guided tour of the Whale Museum, including the beautiful Gallery of Whales. Their focus is the J, K, and L orca pods living in the San Juan Islands. Explore Friday Harbor’s diverse topography from pebbly beaches to monstrous mountains and lush valleys. This eclectic town has something for everyone!

    7Port Angeles, WA
    Enjoy the wonderful fresh air, interesting shops, restaurants, recreational opportunities, and marvelous views of the harbor and mountains. The convenient downtown is alive with friendly folks, flowers and outdoor art. If you’re in need of culture, visit the award-winning Port Angeles Symphony and the hilltop Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, a noteworthy museum of contemporary art. But Port Angeles is the entrance to the Olympic National Park. You could head up to Hurricane Ridge for spectacular views, or visit the turquoise waters of Lake Crescent.

    8Victoria, BC
    Our ship will stayed docked in Port Angeles, and we’ll enjoy a scenic ferry across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to visit Victoria – the only Canadian city on our cruise. Make sure you have your passport to enjoy this guided tour of Butchart Gardens with a picnic lunch, and city tour of Victoria.

    9Port Townsend, WA
    Forested islands, snow-capped mountains, and pristine beauty surround you as your ship cruises through the San Juan Islands and Admiralty Bay into the Victorian seaport town of Port Townsend. Explore Port Townsend’s vibrant downtown, designated a National Historic District, where you will have access to historical museums, art galleries, and specialty boutiques. Port Townsend is also home to the Fort Worden State Park. This turn-of-the-century army base offers an unmatched combination of natural beauty and historic wonders. Wander the park’s acres of beautiful beaches, wooded hills and open fields, framed by stunning vistas of the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

    10Poulsbo, WA
    Known as “Little Norway,” Poulsbo was settled in 1892 by Norwegian loggers and fishermen who likened the fjord-cut landscape to their homeland. Explore the heart of Poulsbo by taking a stroll along Front Street, featuring old world murals, numerous art galleries, and specialty shops. End your day with a walk along Poulsbo’s boardwalk, where you have the opportunity to view wildlife in their native habitat and majestic snow-capped Olympic Mountains off in the distance. The onboard historian will be sharing with you the history of the Suquamish people, and today you have the opportunity to visit the new Suquamish Museum, to learn more about the people and their way of life in the region. The tribe’s history from the last Ice Age to today is displayed on a cedar timeline.

    11Disembark in Seattle, WA
    Disembark after breakfast.

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Cabin Categories

Cabin Single Price Double Price
Owner's Suite (Private Balcony)$10,370 pp
Veranda Suite (Private Balcony)$9,565 pp
AAM (Private Balcony)$8,605 pp
AAC (Private Balcony)$8,060 pp
AAL (Private Balcony)$7,690 pp
AA$6,470 pp
Single (Private Balcony)$8,880
Single$8,035

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*Prices may vary due to seasonality

Onboard Experience

The American Cruise Line fleet of ships are the newest and most environmentally friendly small ships in the US. The cruise line prides itself on their hospitable staff, and that you’ll be graciously received no matter which ship you cruise on. The large staterooms with interior entrances ensure you have a relaxed, private area to watch the river from, or visit any of the many onboard lounges. Daily entertainment will be brought onboard, including musicians, historians and naturalists.

Regionally-Inspired Menus

American Cruise Lines uses fresh, local ingredients to show off the culinary glory of the region you’re cruising in. On the Mississippi River, that could mean Andouille Gumbo, a po’boy with red beans and rice, and bourbon pecan pie. In New England, you could find Littleneck clam ceviche on the menu followed by a spiced apple pudding with maple whipped cream. In the Pacific Northwest, you’ll find fresh fish on the menu, including shrimp bisque or Dungeness Crab cake, and a marionberry cheesecake that’ll make your mouth water! Your ship will provide you with a list of all the locally-sourced ingredients when you unpack.

Eagle Society

Once you’ve cruised aboard any American Cruise Line ship, you are an Eagle Society member. It’s free to be a member, but your loyalty to American Cruise Lines is greatly rewarded. You’ll receive Eagle Society luggage tags, and member-only gifts when you board each cruise. After 3 cruises, you’ll receive complimentary premium shore excursions. After 10 cruises, you’ll get a complimentary 11th cruise. There are special Eagle Society cruise dates every year. Plus all Eagle Society member benefits can be used when booking with USA River Cruises, plus you’ll still be eligible for our loyal customer benefits as well.

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