Full Steam Ahead This April: American Cruise Lines Opens Biggest Season yet On The Columbia & Snake Rivers

American Cruise Lines is celebrating the growth of US River cruising with its biggest season yet on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. Following recent major announcements about the company’s rapidly expanding fleet, including five more new US ships coming in 2024 and 2025, American continues to lead the US industry’s Read more…

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American Cruise Lines Opens 2024 Mississippi River Season & Announces More US Riverboats & Exclusive New Cruises (23rd February, 2024)

American Cruise Lines is pleased to announce that the company’s Mississippi River season opened yesterday, with the first guests of the season arriving in New Orleans. Over the next few weeks, all five of the company’s Mississippi riverboats will begin cruising on the Lower Mississippi. 2024 will mark the company’s Read more…

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American Cruise Lines Sail Into 2024 Visiting 125 US Ports of Call

American Cruise Lines has announced two new small ships and nine new small ship itineraries for 2024, featuring an array of new exclusive US National Parks cruises. Next year, American’s growing fleet will cruise in 35 states on 50+ itineraries, highlighting new explorations in the nation’s most beautiful national parks Read more…

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American Eagle Sets Sail from Boston: Celebrates Historic Christening on Buzzards Bay (28th August, 2023)

American Eagle, the first American Cruise Lines’ Coastal Cat was introduced to much fanfare last week in New England. During the inaugural cruise of the company’s newest small ship, guests, cruise line executives, Massachusetts Maritime Academy captains, and local dignitaries joined together for a historic christening ceremony at the Massachusetts Read more…

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American Cruise Lines – American Eagle Passes Sea Trials (Guilford, CT 1st August, 2023)

The 1st of 12 New American Cruise Lines Coastal Cats passes Sea Trials. American Eagle, has passed Sea Trials with flying colors. American Cruise Lines accepted delivery of the 100-passenger small ship from Chesapeake Shipbuilding on-time as scheduled. American Eagle is the 1st of 12 new Coastal Cats planning to Read more…

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